Tourism And Hospitality
The Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma program consists of 16 courses offered in 48 weeks of academic studies delivered in a total duration of 960 hours (20 hours per week) using many live examples from the industry along with case studies and projects to give the students a realistic understanding and insight in many of the fields that make up Tourism and Hospitality; students learn the concepts and skills related to the tourism, hotels, and restaurant operations, marketing and development; this includes food service, financial analysis, accounting, front and back office operations Tourism management, development, and marketing as well as the interrelation between hospitality and tourism.
Throughout the program, you’ll delve into a diverse range of topics, from understanding traveler behavior and marketing strategies to learning about hotel operations and restaurant management. Guided by experienced instructors, you’ll develop proficiency in creating memorable guest experiences, managing hospitality businesses, and navigating the intricacies of the global tourism landscape.
Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma was reviewed and approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Post-
Secondary Education and Future Skills.
Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma with Co-Op was reviewed and approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Post-
Secondary Education and Future Skills.
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Program Length w/ Co-Op:
Program Hours w/ Co-Op:
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60 Hours Hospitality Today: An Introduction
60 Hours Supervision in the Hospitality Industry
60 Hours Hospitality Facilities Management and Design
60 Hours Hotel & Restaurant Accounting
60 Hours Managing Front Office Operations
60 Hours Security and Loss Prevention Management
60 Hours Managing Service in Food and Beverage Operations
60 Hours Managing Hospitality Human Resources
60 Hours Revenue Management in Hospitality Operations
60 Hours Hospitality Sales and Marketing
60 Hours Managing Housekeeping Operations
60 Hours Convention Management and Service
- 60 Hours Tourism: The Business of Hospitality and Travel
- 60 Hours Essentials of Tourism
- 60 Hours Tourism Planning
- 60 Hours Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism
1. What is the primary focus of the Tourism and Hospitality Management program?
The program is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the tourism and hospitality industry, including customer service, event management, travel trends, and sustainable practices.
2. What topics will the program cover?
The program covers a wide range of topics, including customer service excellence, marketing strategies for the tourism industry, hotel and restaurant management, event planning, cultural tourism, and sustainable practices.
3. Can I specialize in a specific area of tourism and hospitality?
While the program covers a broad spectrum of topics, there are opportunities to delve deeper into specific areas based on your interests. You can explore fields such as hotel management, event planning, ecotourism, or cultural tourism.
4. What kind of career opportunities can I pursue after completing this program?
Graduates of the program can pursue roles such as hotel manager, event coordinator, travel consultant, hospitality manager, and more. With the skills acquired, you'll be well-prepared to work in hotels, resorts, event planning companies, travel agencies, and other hospitality-related businesses.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to demonstrate the following:
- Knowledge of Tourism and the hospitality industries
- Recognize/Explain the classification of the various operations in the fields of tourism, hospitality and travel
- Thorough knowledge of food and beverage service operations
- Use computer applications in the hotel Front Office and Food & Beverage POS System
- Participate/assist in the operation of different departments in hotels/resorts, including rooms, food & beverage & Marketing
- Perform duties of the various front of house positions in food & beverage with a good understanding of standard operations
- Explain the hotel/resort front and back of house departments and their roles in a successful hospitality operation
- Explain the concept of Tourism General Policy
- Demonstrate knowledge of the various tourism products and their operation including your own city and their effect on travellers
- Design a marketing plan for Tourism and Hospitality sectors
- Explain different dynamics of the tourism and hospitality industry sectors and their day-to-day operations
- Demonstrate knowledge of the interrelationship between Tourism and Hospitality and their effect on economies
- Explain the role of Tourism Development and Cycles