This Professional Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management programme aims to develop in students an integrated and critically aware understanding of the management issues involved in Tourism and Hospitality organisations, and assist them to take effective roles within them.
In accordance with the QAA benchmark statements on the provision of Professional Diploma in Business, Management and Engineering, the Professional Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management programme will give students an understanding of the Tourism and Hospitality Industry and the key functions within the sector as well as provide the knowledge and skills to enter employment in the industry.
Course Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of the programme students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
| The local, national and international context within which Tourism and Hospitality organizations operate and the interdependencies between tourism and hospitality activities and other sector activities;
| Theory and practice underpinning the structure, organisation and management of Tourism and Hospitality organisations including regulatory requirements;
| Theory and practice of the technical aspects of Tourism and Hospitality management at both a strategic and operational levels within organisations;
| The procedures and practices involved in planning and strategizing;
| The principles of consultancy and the theories and practices found in leadership.
|1||The Strategic Impact of the Business Environment|
|2||Managing Events for Hospitality and Tourism|
|1||Business Strategy for Hospitality & Tourism|
|2||Quality Management for Hospitality and Tourism|
| Diploma in Tourism Management Level 5 or
| Diploma in Hospitality Management level 5 or
| Students should hold a regulated academic or vocational qualification equivalent to a UK Level 5 in the related fields or equivalent.
Full Time / Part Time