Certificate Course in Tourism and Hospitality
The Certificate Course in Tourism and Hospitality is a basic level qualification for both school leavers and those who are employed. The Course is available on both a full-time and a part-time basis. The full-time mode is suitable for school leavers. The part-time mode is meant for people who are already employed.
Modules taught in Course
- Tourism operations
- Hotel and restaurant operations
- Introduction to marketing in tourism and hospitality
- Introduction to customer service skills
Students are expected to have successfully completed the qualification of Certificate of Secondary Education (Maw 6) or its equivalent and should be at least 17 years of age. It is also expected that students should display appropriate level of English Language proficiency. Therefore, they are expected to have either successfully completed Levels 1 and 2 Courses in "English for Hospitality and Tourism Industry" at David Game Management School or possess the equivalent such as IELTS with an Overall Band Score of 5.5.
At the end of the Course, the students will sit for the examinations of the UK based Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality (CTH), UK (www.cthawards.com). Therefore, upon passing of the examinations for all the four modules taught in the Course, students will be awarded an internationally recognised Certificate qualification by the Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality (CTH), UK.
The successful completion of the Course will enable students to progress on to either the Diploma in Hospitality Management or the Diploma in Tourism Management at David Game Management School. Alternatively, students can also gain entry on to a first year Degree Programme of a University in the UK.
The Certificate Course is a qualification in itself and provides a common foundation for developing a career at an operational level within Tourism and Hospitality. Job opportunities will be at basic administrative/ junior executive level in a diverse range of business such as airlines, tour operations, hotels, resorts, restaurants and catering.
Last updated February 1, 2018