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Top Certificate Programs in Tourism and Hospitality

Tourism and hospitality is a field in which a variety of disciplines are studied and brought together to create a solid understanding of the service industry. As part of a global market that changes regularly, it is important to be aware of travel trends and the impact that a small change can make within the entire industry.

What is a Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality? This certificate focuses on concentrations that are currently in demand, creating a specialized niche for those wanting to further their career in the service industry. It allows the student to develop their skills and knowledge in capacities that are instrumental in their chosen area.

The benefits of acquiring a Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality include learning more about planning and how to make correct decisions for situations that are often presented without warning. Students learn how to predict upcoming trends, allowing them to better create an environment that best suits their clientele. They can also increase their knowledge base concerning event planning, management, operations, organizing financials, marketing, and legal aspects of tourism and hospitality.

Different academic institutions may vary in cost based on the time frame expected to fulfill requirements, as well as the school’s location. Before applying for a Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality, thoroughly research the school and the length of time it will take for the preferred program.

With a Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality an individual can either branch into or further their career in a position as a facilities manager or as the manager of a resort or other similar establishment. It can boost those who work within the industry in the legal realm, helping to keep ahead of new developments to understand potential legal pitfalls that may come along with those changes. A certificate of this type can also give marketers and operations managers a competitive edge.

 

There are now international programs with online options, making any location convenient when applying to earn a Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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19 Results in Tourism and Hospitality

NBCC

International Travel and Tourism professionals know that personal growth starts with fresh scenery and a sense of adventure. They explore new social, geographical, and cu ... [+]

Program Overview

International Travel and Tourism professionals know that personal growth starts with fresh scenery and a sense of adventure. They explore new social, geographical, and cultural terrains. Our program combines classroom work, industry attachments, practical work experience, and international travel. While most other travel and tourism programs include a branded packaged tour for their students, this innovative program sees you researching, developing, and facilitating an international tour of your own design. You'll gain marketing and sales skills to develop and implement tourism destination products in the areas of sport, culture, adventure, entertainment, recreation, food, education, and history. International Travel is both a science and art; experts are needed to fulfill dreams today.... [-]

Canada Saint Andrews
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Full-time
1 year
Campus
CSM Academy International

This course is designed to provide students with a basic foundation for further studies towards a career in the Hospitality Industry. ... [+]

This course is designed to provide students with a basic foundation for further studies towards a career in the Hospitality Industry.

There are total 3 modules in total, modules are designed to address key areas for students entering the hospitality industry and are a mix of both theoretical and practical skills. The qualification also acts as a progression route towards the Diploma in Tourism & Hospitality Management in future.

Course Duration Full-time: 3 months Part-time: 4 months Course Structure

There are a total of 3 modules have to be completed and passed for the award of the Certificate in Hospitality Services.

Delivery Mode

The course is delivered face-to-face, in classroom mode.... [-]

Singapore
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Full-time
Part-time
3 - 4 months
Campus
The Private Hotel School

Upon successful completion of the Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management, students can enrol for the Advanced Certificate in Hospitality Management. This Higher Cer ... [+]

Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management - one-year full-time studies

Introduction

Upon successful completion of the Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management, students can enrol for the Advanced Certificate in Hospitality Management. This Higher Certificate matches the job profile of operational staff in entry-level positions, gaining experience to later fill positions with supervisory responsibilities in the hospitality industry.

What's included:

Tuition fees, Chef's uniform (Chef's Jacket, chef's trousers, neck tie, white apron, black skull cap) School uniform (lady's scarf/men's tie, golf shirt, formal blazer, formal slax/pants, formal waistcoat, formal long or short sleeve blouse/lounge shirt, formal pencil skirt), knife bag, Chef's knife, utility knife, kitchen scissor, dish cloths x2, TPHS sling bag, photocopies, additional class notes & handouts, all kitchen ingredients, First Aid certificate, student card, name badge, free internet access on campus, orientation week, Graduation, fieldtrips, student lounge with computer access, small classes with personalised attention, qualified experienced instructors, own TPHS e-mail address + remote access, learning and work based learning, practical kitchens as well as other leading facilities nearby, safe parking and safe class environment with beautiful surroundings,interactive student campus life.... [-]

South Africa Stellenbosch
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Full-time
1 year
Campus
ICAE: International College of Advanced Education

Certificate IV in Hospitality is a one year course comprising one semester of on-campus study, followed by one semester of paid Industry Placement (students can elect to ... [+]

Certificate IV in Hospitality

Certificate IV in Hospitality is a one year course comprising one semester of on-campus study, followed by one semester of paid Industry Placement (students can elect to do unpaid IP if desired). This qualification provides students with a pathway to work as a supervisor in hospitality organizations such as restaurants, hotels, motels, clubs, pubs, cafés, and coffee shops. In Darwin’s booming hospitality industry, students undertake their Industry Placement in food and beverage or accommodation service. Most students have a hospitality job within a few weeks of commencing their course, and many choose to stay with that employer for their IP. Possible jobs in Industry Placement include:... [-]

Australia Darwin
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Full-time
1 year
Campus
Whistler Adventure School

The WAS Ski (and Snowboarding) Guide Training Program is designed to allow students to specialize in one field of guiding. The Ski Guide Training program allows students ... [+]

Program Highlights

The WAS Ski (and Snowboarding) Guide Training Program is designed to allow students to specialize in one field of guiding. The Ski Guide Training program allows students to focus and prepare for entry into examination at the ACMG level. The students will be taught by qualified guides from the basic skills through to multi-night trips in technical alpine terrain. Students applying to this program must pass a WAS skills test and submit a skills resume including the ability to link turns on a blue run, ski varied off-piste snow conditions in control and know how to switch between uphill and downhill mode. Additionally all students must have a basic level of fitness including the ability to walk uphill for one hour at a moderate pace. This program is a sequential set of courses designed to develop the students' ability, skills and decision making while working towards becoming a ski guide. Students will need to practice after each course and build a resume of ski trips and backcountry experiences. Location: On Campus & Sea to Sky mountains.... [-]

Canada Whistler
Open Enrollment
6 months
Campus
Whistler Adventure School

The WAS Rock Guide Training Program is designed to allow students to specialize in one field of guiding. The Rock Guide Training program allows students to focus and prep ... [+]

Program Highlights The WAS Rock Guide Training Program is designed to allow students to specialize in one field of guiding. The Rock Guide Training program allows students to focus and prepare for entry into examination at the ACMG level. Students applying to this program must pass a WAS skills test and submit a physical & skills resume. This program is a sequential set of courses designed to develop the students ability, skills and decision making while working towards becoming a rock guide. Students will need to practice after each course and build a resume of rock climbs and multi pitch experiences. Course Breakdown: Course hours vary from 15 hours to 67.5 hours per course plus a 45 hour co-op work placement. Location: On Campus & Sea to Sky mountains. Location: On Campus & Sea to Sky mountains.... [-]

Canada Whistler
September 2020
6 months
Campus
Whistler Adventure School

The W.A.S Alpine Guide Training Program covers a multitude of objectives aimed at preparing students for a career in guiding through three (3) hands-on courses and one Gu ... [+]

Program Highlights The WAS Alpine Guide Training Program is designed to allow students to specialize in one field of guiding. The Alpine Guide Training program allow students to focus and prepare for entry into examination at the ACMG level. Students applying to this program must pass a WAS skills test and submit a physical & skills resume. This program is a sequential set of courses designed to develop the students ability, skills and decision making while working towards becoming an Alpine guide. Students will need to practice after each course and build a resume of alpine trips and back country experiences. Course Breakdown: Course hours vary from 15 hours to 67.5 hours per course plus a 45 hour co-op work placement. Location: On Campus & Sea to Sky mountains. WAS Guide Skills Pre-test Policy All WAS Guide Training programs takes students into vast & challenging terrain as part of their education. As such, WAS requires students to meet the prerequisite skills as outlined by their chosen program. Students are required to supply a resume of their skills with their application verifying they have met the program prerequisites. Further, students will be evaluated by WAS instructors at the start of their program to ensure they meet the basic skill standards outlined by the programs. Students who do not meet the prerequisites will not be allowed to continue in the program. For more information or questions, please contact the WAS Operations Manager. Alpine Guide Students will require a reasonable base level of... [-]

Canada Whistler
Open Enrollment
6 months
Campus
Whistler Adventure School

The WAS Adventure Tourism program consists of seven courses which follow the curriculum of the leading certification agencies in each discipline. The courses will educate ... [+]

Program Highlights

The WAS Adventure Tourism program consists of seven courses which follow the curriculum of the leading certification agencies in each discipline. The courses will educate students on safe backcountry travel and take students into all terrain types from rivers to mountains from rock walls to alpine peaks. Students will be immersed in all aspects of the world of adventure tourism. Each course can be completed individually or combine all seven courses, including a co-op work placement, for a full program graduation. Course Breakdown: 67.5 hours per course plus a 200-hour co-op work placement. Location: On Campus, Sea to Sky rivers and mountains.

Program Summary

Program Name: Adventure Tourism Program Hours: 605 (Full Time) Length of Study: 12 Months Credits: 22.5 Credential: Certificate CIC Eligibility: One-year study permit and co-op work permit. Work and Study permits expire upon graduation. Entry Requirements: Minimum 18 years old & Proficiency in English. Physical & Skill resume required. Intake dates: April & October... [-]

Canada Whistler
Open Enrollment
Full-time
Campus
Saddleback College

This program is soundly based on the travel and tourism industry and prepares students for careers related to ticketing, reservations, major tourist areas and resorts, fa ... [+]

Saddleback College offers an associate degree or a certificate program that will prepare you for entry into Travel and Tourism occupations. This program is soundly based on the travel and tourism industry and prepares students for careers related to ticketing, reservations, major tourist areas and resorts, fares and routes, tour promotion and planning and all modes of travel including air, cruising, rail and car. Public interest in leisure and travel has made Travel and Tourism a rapidly changing and growing field that offers many opportunities for the well trained individual.

Employment Opportunities: Travel Counselor Meeting Planner In-house travel Consultant Reservation Sales Agent Ticket Agent ... [-]
USA Mission Viejo
September 2020
Full-time
32 weeks
Campus
ISB International School Of Business Dublin

This programme is designed for undergraduate business students who have a particular interest in Tourism and Event Management. This is a study abroad program for a durati ... [+]

This programme is designed for undergraduate business students who have a particular interest in Tourism and Event Management. This is a study abroad program for a duration of three months. Students study these subjects in the context of Ireland which adds to their previous knowledge in these areas. They continue to build on their knowledge and skills in the areas of management, communication and economics in a multi-cultural context.

Tourism Marketing Management & Organisations Event Management Social and Economic Aspects of Ireland Business Communication Skills Tourism & Event Management Project Tourism Marketing

The aim of this module is to enable international learners to apply a broad understanding of the theory and practice of tourism marketing to a foreign workplace environment.... [-]

Ireland Dublin
September 2020
Full-time
1 semester
Campus
IUT Valence

Certificate in International Tourism Management French art de vivre in the Rhône Valley - One semester after which you will be able to manage general skills (Tourism fina ... [+]

Looking for training in tourism?

In the Rhône Valley, France, among vineyards close to the ski slopes and not far from the Mediterranean sea? To acquire skills in the production and marketing of tourism products. To develop skills for strategic tourism and hospitality management. To acquire the skills and expertise to develop tourism products. To learn about the trends and skills needed in the tourism industry.

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Certificate in International Tourism Management French art de vivre in the Rhône Valley

One semester after which you will be able to manage general skills (Tourism finance management, web marketing, processing of statistical surveys, French as a foreign language), but also specialised skills, such as oenology, (wine tasting and marketing), gastronomy, event planning.... [-]

France Valence
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Full-time
1 semester
Campus
Columbia West College

Learn English, earn a Professional Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism Management and land a 12-month paid internship! Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity t ... [+]

Learn English, earn a Professional Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism Management and land a 12-month paid internship!

Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to advance your career in the hospitality and tourism industry!

Now you can study ESL at Columbia West College in fabulous Los Angeles and Hospitality and Tourism Management at Vatel/CIBU in sunny San Diego, PLUS land the paid internship of your dreams!

CWC Tuition: Depends upon length of study. Please see tuition chart for details.

Vatel/CIBU Tuition:

$11,750 Hospitality and Tourism Management certificate program 12-month paid OPT AND SO MUCH MORE! 2016 Start Dates February 1st, 2016 August 29th, 2016 About CWC: ... [-]
USA Los Angeles
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Full-time
21 months
Campus
David Game Management School Thailand

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 ful ... [+]

Certificate Course in Tourism and HospitalityThe 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

Entry requirementsStudents 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.The CertificationsAt 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.Academic ProgressionThe 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,... [-]

Thailand Bangkok
June 2020
Full-time
Part-time
Campus
International Hotel and Tourism Industry Management School

I-TIM’s one-year certificate program in Hotel and Tourism Operations is primarily designed for people who already have a degree in another field but wish to work either i ... [+]

One-Year Certificate in Hotel and Tourism Operations

I-TIM’s one-year certificate program in Hotel and Tourism Operations is primarily designed for people who already have a degree in another field but wish to work either in the hotel or travel and tourism industry.

Program

Students will follow the syllabus of the Certificate in Hotel and Tourism Industry Management. This introduces the concept of Hotel and Tourism Management, examines the practical, business functions of a hotel from a supervisor/junior management perspective, tourism management, European culinary and restaurant service and management.

By the end of the first year students will understand the practical elements of the running of a modern hotel. Students will also have an understanding of the social and economic environment in which hotels operate and the role of organizations within that environment. Moreover, they will gain an understanding of both restaurant services and European culinary techniques.... [-]

Thailand Bangkok
June 2020
Full-time
1 year
Campus
edX

Gain the skills and knowledge to drive sustainability in the tourism industry, the largest industry in the world! ... [+]

Gain the skills and knowledge to drive sustainability in the tourism industry, the largest industry in the world!

Did you know the tourism industry is one of the largest industries worldwide? It faces many challenges, especially in taking on responsibilities to become more sustainable.

The societal importance of tourism has grown significantly in recent decades. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, tourism represents over 9% of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and accounts for nearly 8% of global employment. But tourism is more than just a powerful economic force. It is also closely linked to major global changes in culture, politics, technology and the environment. It affects the quality of life and well-being of individuals and regions and plays an important role in the community, regional and urban development. Bringing sustainable tourism into practice benefits the whole community.... [-]

USA Cambridge
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Full-time
Part-time
10 - 12 weeks
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