The Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management is designed at Level 4. It aims to equip learners with the knowledge of tourism, its principles, advantages and disadvantages and underlines the key concepts of tourism and current practice. It provides an all-encompassing view of the impact of tourism on rural, local, national and international destinations and uses case studies to further enhance this. These units have been designed to enhance employability prospects for learners, and equip learners with the knowledge to succeed in the industry.
Why should I embark on the EBMA Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management?
EBMA’s Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management offers career progression and excellent levels of support for postgraduate students that include:
- Positive, constructive and helpful advice;
- Realistic aims and outcomes;
- Impartial and Client Centred;
- Progression to the EBMA Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management;
The course is structured as follows:
- Unit 1: Tourism Impacts and Sustainability (15 Credits)
- Unit 2: Tourism Destinations (15 Credits)
- Unit 3: Marketing for Travel and Tourism (15 Credits)
- Unit 4: Financial Skills for Hospitality and Tourism (15 Credits)
Assessment is through an individual assignment. In order to pass this qualification, a learner must pass an assignment of each unit according to awarding organisation requirements.
Learners must fulfil the following criteria to be permitted entry on to the course:
- NCF/QCF Level 3 or A Level or
- Any overseas qualification deemed equivalent to one of the above.
This qualification provides a sound introduction to the world of business, and users of this qualification will be able to progress into a variety of careers including:
- Holiday Representative
- Senior Administration Officer
- Finance Administrator
- Customer Service Officer
- Reception Manager
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Last updated September 1, 2015