International Diploma in Hotel & Hospitality Management

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Qualification Number             102/226232/002

Hospitality Management focuses on ensuring customer safety and comfort in a hotel, restaurant or entertainment facility. Hospitality management centres on customer satisfaction that would lead to his loyalty and repeated business. Students in hospitality management usually have the opportunity to receive hands-on experience in real hospitality organisations. Hospitality management integrates theories from similar disciplines like: commerce, business administration and supply chain management and logistics.This program provides a well-rounded curriculum geared to provide initial employment skills and the potential for future management growth. Studies focus on general business management courses applied to hotel and restaurant settings in the first year. The second year consists of hospitality management courses such as food and beverage cost controls, hospitality law, and a Hotel Simulation course.
Career Prospects
Hospitality Management graduates have found employment in hotels, motels, restaurants, food service departments, golf and country clubs, tourist facilities such as ski resorts, private and industrial catering firms, and in a wide variety of other organizations involved in food services such as hospitals, schools and universities. Some graduates also operate their own hospitality businesses such as restaurants, hotels, private catering and convention planning firms.

Eligibilty:  12 + &  Competency in English Language
Duration : One Year / Two Years  (As per Candidate requirement)

Course details :

Term 1
Introduction to Tourism
Principles of Service Management
Business Communications
Hospitality Computer Applications
Business Mathematics

Term 2
Food and Beverage Operations
Accommodations / Lodging Industry
Technical Writing
Financial Accounting
Introduction to Economics

Term 3
Food Production Principles
Human Resources Management
Introduction to Marketing
Management Accounting
Cost Controls

Term 4
Restaurant Operations
Management Principles
Industry Work Experience
Hospitality Law
Organizational Behaviour
Hospitality Sales Management