Registered by the South African Qualifications Authority ID No 88063, National Qualifications Framework Level 5.
– Certification –
Graduates receive the IHS Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management with an AHLEI certificate for each subject completed, as well as the Specialisation Certificate in Food and Beverage Management.
– Admission requirements –
National Senior Certificate (NSC) with admission to study a Higher Certificate or equivalent.
The hospitality industry makes a significant contribution to the national and global economy. As such, the industry requires competent managerial staff who possess the required skills and knowledge for successful food and beverage management.
Students achieving this qualification are competent to apply hospitality-specific frontline and management skills with specific focus on food and beverage management.
Delivered as a distance learning programme, qualifying learners will through a combination of academic and work-integrated learning, acquire the necessary competencies required to fulfil roles in lower- or middle-management positions within food and beverage industry.
What does the programme cover
Students are required to complete seven compulsory modules. One of these modules includes 12 weeks of practical work experience in the hospitality industry. Other elective modules are available so talk to us so we can design a learning pathway that suits your needs.
- Food Safety: Managing with the HACCP Process
- Management of Food and Beverage Operations
- Purchasing for Food Service Operations
- Supervision in the Hospitality Industry
- Planning & Control for Food & Beverage Operations
- Work-Integrated Learning
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Last updated March 30, 2016