Hospitality training courses and schoolsTotal 122 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United Kingdom.
Hospitality Management programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Umpire Cruise ShipTraining Centre/Campus:
London, England, United KingdomPhone No.:
CAD for cruise ship employees Workshop (Certificate)Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring V
The AutoCAD Civil 3D Fundamentals training guide is designed for Civil Engineers and Surveyors who want to take advantage of AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software’s interactive, dynamic design functionality. The AutoCAD Civil 3D software permits the rapid development of alternatives through its model-based design tools. You will learn techniques enabling you to organize project data, The total fees is 1500GBP but you are to pay 1000GBP first and balance when you arrive U.K.
Cruise Yacht and Ship and Vacancies Workshop (Certificate)Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring V
The AutoCAD Civil 3D Fundamentals training guide is designed for Civil Engineers and Surveyors who want to take advantage of AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software’s interactive, dynamic design functionality. The AutoCAD Civil 3D software permits the rapid development of alternatives through its model-based design tools. You will learn techniques enabling you to organize project data and also work in a cruise ship sailing from U.K to the Caribbean.
Do contact me via email for more information and requirements. You will have to book online with the sum of 1000GBP and balance paid after visa is issued.
Bromley CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Bromley, Orpington, England, United KingdomPhone No.:
020 8295 7000
Travel and Tourism (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course offers the unique opportunity to gain the National Diploma 90 in Travel and Tourism. The Diploma 90 is the most comprehensive course offered in this field and looks at every area of this vast and exciting industry, therefore students will gain an insight into a wide range of job roles and gain the necessary skills and knowledge in order to understand how the industry operates.
The course includes:
The business of Travel and Tourism
The UK as a destination
Customer Service in Travel and Tourism
Marketing Travel and Tourism products and services
Long-haul travel destinations
UK visitor attractions
Hospitality operations in Travel and Tourism
Hospitality and CateringCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This is a one year programme to introduce students to the vocational field of catering. There will be the opportunity to achieve a full certificate which will include credits in catering, food service, functional skills and work skills. Trips and experiences outside of the College environment are provided to enrich your hospitality and catering knowledge.
Course units include:
Introduction to hospitality industry
Customer service in the hospitality industry
Introduction to food commodities
Basic food preparation
Preparing for an interview
Working in a team
BTEC Subsidiary in Hospitality (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This is an intensive learning course which is aimed at young people who want to go directly in to employment at the end of the course.
It offers the opportunity to gain a hospitality qualification in one year coupled with employability skills. Learners will gain an insight into the many different areas of this exciting yet competitive industry and gain the following qualifications if successful: BTEC Level 3 in Hospitality is the core qualification. Learners will develop their skills and will look at customer service procedures across the hospitality industry including hotels, restaurants, cafés and bars. Work based Learning - NCFE Certificate in Employability Skills Level 2 Learners will be assessed on their ability to carry out various tasks effectively, which could be anything from using ICT to interacting with customers. Some practical assessment is carried out in the work placement. Students will achieve the NCFE Certificate in Employability Skills, which is aimed... [Read More]
Hospitality and Tourism Management (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Hospitality and Tourism Management Degree is accredited by the Institute of Hospitality. This confers the international recognition of a quality standard in respect of hospitality, leisure and tourism management education programmes that are relevant to the needs of industry and which meet accepted Institute of Hospitality international benchmark criteria. Furthermore, it also provides a respected quality standard that is recognised worldwide and confers unique benefits to the successful organisation.
University of SurreyTraining Centre/Campus:
Guildford, Surrey, United KingdomPhone No.:
+44 (0)1483 300800
Hospitality Services MarketingCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This module provides an introduction to hospitality marketing. It develops an understanding of the role of marketing as a business philosophy, viewing marketing as a systematic thought process.
Hospitality and Tourism Operating SystemsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This module provides an understanding of the way that hospitality operations function through the adoption of a systems approach. You will analyse a series of hospitality operations, identifying key systems and their interrelationships.
Tourism and Hospitality ManagementCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The School of Health and Social Science Doctorate in Professional Studies (DProf) has been developed with specialist pathways to reflect the complex developmental work of senior professionals in disciplines that are aligned to our school. It is equivalent in value to the traditional PhD which means that at its successful completion you will achieve the title of Dr. The DProf is specifically relevant to experienced professionals as it is possible to gain credit based on past professional achievements towards the doctoral programme.
Specialist pathways include:
Health, Environment, Risk, Disaster Risk and Response, Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Criminology, Sociology, Social Work, Housing and Regeneration, International Relations, Social and Public Policy, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Sport and Biomedical Science.
The Doctorate in Professional Studies (DProf) is for advanced practitioners who wish to undertake research within their own professional c... [Read More]
Management Strategies in Hospitality and TourismCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This module aims to provide students with an understanding of the principal theories and models used in strategic management focussing on the Hospitality and Tourism business sector. Hospitality and Tourism Management can only be successful in the long term provided managements activities and processes are directed towards a shared goal and purpose with a clear understanding of all the business issues. The use of case study materials will allow both personal and group research into varied hospitality / tourism organisations. Students also develop an ability to apply strategic thinking and decision making theories to these operations whilst appreciating the difficulties and effects of making changes within an organisation. Develop an analytical and integrated approach to strategic issues found within hospitality and tourism Understand the balance between a creative approach to management and the rigours of effective control. Apply the theories of strategic management to the re... [Read More]
International Tourism and Hospitality Management (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Hospitality and tourism are closely-related areas of an economic and social phenomenon that have developed a critical role in the world economy. The industry has become one of the major players in international commerce, and represents at the same time one of the main income sources for many developing countries with economic and employment benefits.
This course not only offers you the opportunity to develop the knowledge and management skills that hospitality and tourism professionals require but also to provide the context and the socio-political analysis that is increasingly needed in a fast-changing environment worldwide.
Once you have successfully completed this MA course you will be equipped to seek employment in one of a variety of hospitality and tourism fields from marketing and management, through to an involvement in the growing area of sustainable tourism.
Hospitality Management (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course seeks to provide you with an overview of the hospitality industry and the principles of strategic management in the industry. To complement and enhance your academic studies we aim to run an active programme of visiting speakers and trips into industry, giving you a real understanding of how a business operates.
Specialist studies in hospitality management include hospitality operations, hospitality business formats, the structure and characteristics of the hospitality industry, managing core products and services, and managing operational performance. You will also study essential strategic business subjects including financial management, strategic management and marketing. You will also focus on the important areas of global sustainability and governance.
A unit in research methods will help you to prepare for your 16,000 word Masters dissertation. This involves you undertaking a substantial piece of independent research into a topic of your cho... [Read More]
HRODC Ltd.Training Centre/Campus:
Wolverhampton, , United KingdomPhone No.:
Hospitality Supervision and Leadership (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is aimed at individuals working in the hospitality sector who want to develop their supervision and leadership skills in order to take on more responsibility in the workplace.
The course covers the following:
- Supervising staff
- Maintaining hygiene and safety
- Controlling resources
- Leading a team to improve customer service
- Developing productive working relationships with colleagues
International Tourism and Hospitality Management (Master Degree)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The Masters in International Tourism and Hospitality Management has been developed in recognition of the importance of tourism as one of the worlds largest growth industries. This course has been designed to enable those who wish to enter management level roles in the industry to gain skills, knowledge and expertise alongside a highly relevant academic qualification. It will prepare students by developing critical thinking, appraisal skills and the practical application of academic models relevant in todays international tourism and hospitality industry.
Benefits of the Course
The course will prepare students for entry to senior management roles where self direction, originality in problems solving and the ability to act autonomously in planning and implementing tasks at a professional level are essential.
The course focus is on actively encouraging students to apply management principles and concepts within the context of contemporary national an... [Read More]
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