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Top Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality

Tourism and Hospitality

If you have a flair for organization and love travel, then you might enjoy a course in tourism and hospitality. Taking a class can provide you with a knowledge base to help you determine the proper path for you and to excel within the travel and hospitality industries.

 

What is a course in travel and hospitality? This class equips you with the management, marketing and operational skills necessary to successfully fulfill a position within the travel or hospitality arenas. Being that both industries pull different aspects from several other fields, you will partake in an interdisciplinary course of study.

 

With its strong versatility, you can gain several beneficial skills and applicable knowledge through a course in travel and hospitality. You can apply said knowledge and abilities to different industries, especially within the realms of travel, hospitality and customer service. You also gain strong operational management knowledge, which can help you in whatever field you pursue.

 

There is no one set cost for a travel and hospitality course; the price varies dependent upon a few different factors. Your geographical location, the particular institution that you choose, and whether or not you study on campus are all factors that can affect the cost of the course.

 

The opportunities are nearly limitless with a course study in travel and hospitality. Naturally, some students pursue careers with traveling agencies, while others tend to excel in management positions within the food and hospitality industry. With its close ties to customer service, marketing and sales, some individuals find themselves in prosperous careers in marketing and sales positions for lodges, clubs, restaurants, casinos and other large venues.

 

With the world of opportunity that is opened through a course in travel and hospitality, it is definitely a decision worth considering. You can find some excellent options for course study. To get more information and to apply for a course, search for the program below and contact the admission office of the school of your choice directly by filling in the lead form.

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Hospitality and Tourism Operations Management

Fanshawe College
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada London

This two-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate is designed for university and college graduates who are seeking a career in the hospitality and tourism industry in the Canadian or North American hospitality industry. [+]

Best Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. This two-year Ontario College Graduate Certificate is designed for university and college graduates who are seeking a career in the hospitality and tourism industry in the Canadian or North American hospitality industry. This program will provide instruction in the regulations and standards of practice that govern the Canadian hospitality industry including food handling protocols, health and safety regulations, labour laws, and financial practices and procedures. Students will receive training and work experience in a Canadian hospitality service environment. The curriculum will focus on applied knowledge in the field of hospitality operations with emphasis on guest service, operations management, financial management and accounting, human resource management, and information systems. Students will develop their practical skills through the use of both manual and computerized front office systems and by serving and supervising in our fine dining restaurant Saffrons and quick service delicatessen Olive Oyles. Students will develop the critical thinking, multitasking, and problem-solving skills necessary to manage the operational needs of businesses of varying size and complexity. They will also enhance their leadership and customer services skills and develop strategies for supervising and motivating a team of employees in a Canadian hospitality workplace. Graduates will be familiar with numerous sectors (e.g., food and beverage, accommodations) within the tourism and hospitality industry and will gain practical experience in one or more of those sectors. They will be equipped with the knowledge and skills required to assume first-line supervisory and management positions in the hospitality industry. [-]

4 Week Essential Skills

Tante Marie Culinary Academy
Campus Full time 4 weeks July 2017 United Kingdom Woking

Our 4 week Essential Skills Course is one of the world's leading programmes at this level. Over 4 weeks, students will learn a range of core skills across every area of cookery - butchery, bakery, international cuisines. Graduates leave with solid foundations in all areas of cookery to enable them to produce great food in any environment. [+]

4 Week Essential Skills Our 4 week Essential Skills Course is one of the world's leading programmes at this level. Over 4 weeks, students will learn a range of core skills across every area of cookery - butchery, bakery, international cuisines... graduates leave with solid foundations in all areas of cookery to enable them to produce great food in any environment. What Level Will I Be When I Graduate? You only have to watch programmes like Professional Masterchef to realise how many cooks out there claim to be professionals, yet do not have the basic skills required to cook well. The core classics of basic cookery form the foundation of any great chef – skills such as making perfect Crème Anglaise, basic butchery, making pastry that melts in the mouth… These are, quite literally, the Essential Skills of cookery, which are covered on this course. Tante Marie’s Essential Skills course differs from other short courses which run over a few days or weeks in that it does not just teach you how to cook a week’s worth of menus. Instead, it teaches core skills, with an emphasis on understanding how, and why things happen. This means that students can fully identify and understand what is happening to the food as they cook it, and can make adjustments as they go along. The effect of this is that Tante Marie graduates are able not just to follow a recipe or copy a dish they have seen elsewhere, but have a complete ability to design their own menus, create their own dishes, and adapt their cooking skills to any environment. Students who complete this course and want to go on an gain work whilst travelling are well placed to turn their hand to any area of a kitchen environment – be it pastry or cuisine. And, if you are interested in doing seasonal work on the back of this course, why limit yourself to only being able to cook a week’s worth of menus which you repeat time and time again, when Tante Marie will teach you how to design and structure your own menus! Many of the students who complete this course, go on to do a ski season or other work whilst taking a year out – this provides an excellent way to utilise all the skills learned during the course and put them into practice in a real world professional environment. Our graduates are in high demand for their unsurpassed standards and professional discipline. What Will I Learn? Graduates from this course earn: Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering Tante Marie Cordon Bleu Essential Skills Certificate The Tante Marie Cordon Bleu Essential Skills Certificate includes the following core subjects: Professional kitchen practices Food hygiene Cakes, pastries and bakery Meat, game and poultry Fish preparation Vegetables Soups Stocks and sauces International cuisines Knife skills Presentation skills Menu design Costing and budgeting Buffet catering Canapés Classic skills and modern techniques As with all of our courses, the focus is on time spent in the kitchen, 'learning by doing!' The course consists of an introduction to working in a kitchen environment, followed by a phase of skill development. This will incorporate knife skills, familiarity with produce, and students will be introduced to a number of basic professional skills such as elementary butchery, fish preparation and pastry work, to an acceptable level. Students will also be trained in menu planning and presentation skills. A typical course schedule may be similar to this: Week 1 Time management - cooking a roast to bring everything together perfectly Basic butchery Working with fish - skinning Simple cakes and pastries - a range of mixing and cooking methods Vegetables Basic sauces and dressings Menu design Food Hygiene - CIEH Level 2 Week 2 Indian cookery Stocks Knife skills Skill development - building on week 1 Butchery to a more technical level Fish and shellfish - filleting Baking and patisserie Week 3 Advanced pastries Roulades Risottos Mexican cuisine Piping skills Advanced bakery and patisserie Week 4 Italian cuisine Fresh pasta Advanced pastries (continued...) Advanced bakery (continued...) Modern European cookery Cooking for large groups - buffets and events Graduation Lunch Assessment on the 4 week Essential Skills Course is carried out through a process of continuous monitoring throughout the course. Program Starts: 24 April 3 July [-]

Vocational Travel & Tourism Course

Chichester College
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom Chichester

Travel and Tourism offers students the opportunity to study a wide range of units related to the worldwide travel and tourism industry. [+]

Best Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. Travel and Tourism offers students the opportunity to study a wide range of units related to the worldwide travel and tourism industry. Students will have the opportunity to participate in visits, a residential trip and vocational projects. The course is particularly suited to those students who enjoy both written and practical coursework and who are looking to work in the travel and tourism industry or progress to a university course. Due to our many fantastic contacts, including British Airways, Virgin, other airlines, cruise ships, hotels and tour operators, we are able to visit many organisations which are an important part of our Travel and Tourism course, as are UK and overseas residential visits. You will also train on our very own section of a Boeing 737 passenger jet and develop a broad understanding of the travel and tourism industry as well as excellent customer service skills. There are additional costs for a uniform and relevant tools/ equipment ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 16 (+) years old, 5 A*-C GCSE in English, Maths and relevant subjects, or equivalent. Successful interview with course leader or Chichester College designated officer IELTS 5 from an approved SELT test centre, no element below 5(Government changes might be applicable) Compulsory supplements and other entry requirements may be applicable as per study area. Note: It is highly advised to check the entry requirements of your university of choice to ensure progression. Five highlights Experienced, professional, dynamic and well travelled lecturers Excellent facilities: College Travel and our very own plane! Opportunity to study extra course e.g. Preparation for Cabin Crew Residential visits to UK Destinations and European Cities Supportive pastoral care and career advice The Benefits All our vocational qualifications are recognised by UK universities The Extended Diploma qualifications are equivalent to three A-Levels The Access to Higher Education courses are an ideal one-year route for mature students to apply to university HNC/HND are low-cost alternatives to year one and year two of university Assessment is mostly coursework based [-]

Executive Leadership Course in Hospitality Innovation

Hospitality Innovation Program
Campus Full time 1 week September 2017 Spain Marbella

HIP will share the latest innovative trends, both academic and practical from the innovation and management perspective, with its participants. The executive course is focused on 5 specific themes: Leadership, Hospitality, Gastronomy, WholeSale FoodService & Blue Ocean Innovation. [+]

HIP is an exciting one-week high-end innovative executive course developed as a result of the unique partnership between Hotel Management School Maastricht (HMSM) & Ronda Mountain Think Tank ( RMTT). HIP will share the latest innovative trends, both academic and practical from the innovation and management perspective, with its participants. The executive course is focused on 5 specific themes: Leadership, Hospitality, Gastronomy, WholeSale FoodService & Blue Ocean Innovation. These themes are interrelated and this relationship will be researched in the exciting and challenging overall project assignment the participants receive at the beginning of the course. MONDAY THEME I: BLUE OCEAN INNOVATION ‘Unique process on how to create uncontested market space and make the competition irrelevant. We provide a variety BOS Value Innovation inputs and usage of strategic tools. TUESDAY THEME II: INNOVATIVE LEADERSHIP Share the next step in Leadership development and detect the leader within yourself. Join the excitement of the Leadership Lab and make your move to ignite your potential’ WEDNESDAY THEME III: LUXURY INNOVATION What is the Art of Luxury? Share the next steps in Hospitality and latest trends from the Luxury segment. Explore the surprising art of increasing guest satisfaction and revenues at the same time.’ THURSDAY THEME IV: RESTAURANT TECH ‘Explore the excitement and potential of innovative e-marketing and communication in the food industry! Go beyond culinary theories & discover the experience of fueling creativity through technology‘ FRIDAY THEME V: WHOLESALE FOOD SERVICE ‘Complete blurring of food retail and food service activities, Cash & Carry vs Delivery service, International partnerships, Big data, e-commerce become key factors’ Dates and Prices PRICE 1,950.00 € PRICE & PAYMENT Tuition fees are 1,950 euros ( taxes included) including documentation, attendance to additional workshops, networking events, lunch and coffees. We can offer special prices for accommodation and transportation, if need it. The completion of enrollment and payment must be made and paid as deadline, 15 natural days before the beginning of program. [-]

LRM Study Abroad Program

Les Roches International School of Hotel Management - Marbella, Spain
Campus Full time 20 weeks September 2017 Spain Marbella

A semester abroad is more than an academic adventure, it’s an experience that can enrich your life and change your career path. Many students, particularly from Canada and the US, come to Les [+]

Best Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. Hospitality Programs A semester abroad is more than an academic adventure, it’s an experience that can enrich your life and change your career path. Many students, particularly from Canada and the US, come to Les Roches Marbella for their Semester Abroad. In this program, students of hospitality management or business programs can be based here for 20 weeks and learn the Swiss approach to hospitality by taking up to five academic courses. One of the courses involves working in the different hospitality departments of Les Roches. Other benefits: Learn from highly-qualified and experienced international faculty Develop industry-relevant practical skills through experiential learning Develop cross-cultural communication skills: over 60 nationalities on campus Develop independence and leadership skills Improve foreign language skills Live abroad: experience a new environment RANKING Les Roches is ranked by industry hiring managers of luxury hotels among the top 3 hospitality management schools in the world for an international career (TNS, global research, 2013). It is accredited at university level by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), one of the leading US accreditation bodies. A UNIQUE PLACE TO STUDY HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS Spain is one of the most welcoming places in the world, not surprisingly we find it’s ranked: 1st holiday destination, 2nd most visited country and 3rd with most hotel rooms, in the world. So when it comes to Hospitality Management, Spain knows how to do it! At Les Roches Marbella you will find a unique experiential-learning approach, rigorous educational methods and multicultural learning environment to instill a sense of excellence in our students. Our state-of-the-art campus in the beautiful Mediterranean city of Marbella (one of Europe’s top luxury destinations), is home to students from more than 60 countries who all share a common passion for hospitality. [-]

English Hospitality Preparatory Program

Les Roches Jin Jiang International Hotel Management College
Campus Full time 27 weeks September 2017 China Shanghai

This program is designed to help students reach the minimum IELTS academic English level of 5.0, required for entry into the undergraduate and the postgraduate programs. By using the Cambridge University Touchstone methodology, students will receive the highest and newest level of English training available on the market The course will provide students with relevant skills in English Language, Comprehension, Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking and will also introduce them to terminology and particular vocabulary of the hospitality industry. An introductory computer course will be given to familiarize students with necessary computer operations and skills, preparing them with a successful foundation for the core hospitality program. For this program lecturers will use the latest teaching technology: Mimio (interactive whiteboards).</p> <p>Students will be placed in the appropriate level according to their English level evaluated by a pre-admissions exam equivalent to the IELTS English Exam at the beginning of their studies. There are in total three different levels and each level is a 9-week course (one quarter). Students who show a significant improvement may be able to skip a level. At the core of this program lays the interaction between the students and the teacher which is facilitated with Mimio interactive whiteboards, the latest in teaching technology. [+]

9 WEEKS PER LEVEL

Intakes are 4 times per year (February, May, September and November).

This program is designed to help students reach the minimum IELTS academic English level of 5.0, required for entry into the undergraduate and the postgraduate programs. By using the Cambridge University Touchstone methodology, students will receive the highest and newest level of English training available on the market.

The course will provide students with relevant skills in English Language, Comprehension, Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking and will also introduce them to terminology and particular vocabulary of the hospitality industry. An introductory computer course will be given to familiarize students with necessary computer operations and skills, preparing them with a successful foundation for the core hospitality program. For this program lecturers will use the latest teaching technology: Mimio (interactive whiteboards).... [-]


English Language Program (ELP)

Glion Institute of Higher Education
Campus Full time 16 weeks February 2017 Switzerland Glion

Glion offers two English programs on the Glion London campus where students are guaranteed 100% immersion in an English speaking environment and an opportunity to discover the world of hospitality and events in London, the European [+]

Best Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. Glion offers two English programs on the Glion London campus where students are guaranteed 100% immersion in an English speaking environment and an opportunity to discover the world of hospitality and events in London, the European capital of business and tourism. These programs are tailored to help students fulfill the entry requirements to study the undergraduate or postgraduate programs at Glion Institute of Higher Education in Switzerland or London. ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM Our English Language Program provides international students with the skills to improve English fluency in academic, professional and social situations. This 16-week program focuses on intensive English learning while also teaching students important hospitality industry terminology and knowledge. Our experienced teachers know that each student has different strengths and areas of development; they will help them improve their English grammar, vocabulary, speaking, listening, pronunciation, reading and writing. English Language Program dates - 2nd February 2015 - 29th May 2015 - 24th August 2015 - 18th December 2015 Accommodation Students will be accommodated on campus at the University of Roehampton where Glion London is based. Program fees - February 2015 - £7,100.00 - August 2015 - £7,200.00 Fees include - Tuition fees and teaching materials - Airport pick-up from either Heathrow Airport or Gatwick Airport - IELTS examination fee on completion of the programe - Accommodation: Single rooms with en suite bathroom [-]

Intensive English Language & Service Program

Les Roches International School of Hotel Management - Bluche,Switzerland
Campus Full time 6 - 12 months February 2017 Switzerland Crans-Montana

The English Language programs at Les Roches are designed for students who need extra preparation to reach the English requirements for admission to the hospitality management undergraduate or postgraduate [+]

English & Hospitality Courses The English Language programs at Les Roches are designed for students who need extra preparation to reach the English requirements for admission to the hospitality management undergraduate or postgraduate degrees. INTENSIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND SERVICE PROGRAM This program prepares students to meet the formal English language requirements for entry into the BBA program at Les Roches. In addition to the English courses, this two-semester program focuses on hospitality operations with practical and academic classes. - Duration: 2 semesters (BBA 1A & BBA 1B) - Intakes: January/February and July/August - English level: TOEFL 400 or equivalent INTENSIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM This program prepares students to meet the formal English language requirements for entry into the undergraduate or postgraduate hospitality programs at Les Roches. The one-semester program focuses on Intensive English learning in small groups and includes some aspects of Hospitality and Tourism. - Duration: 1 semester – possibly 2 depending on the requirements - English level: TOEFL 400 or equivalent [-]

Hospitality Management Professional Programme

European School of Economics
Campus Part time 6 months January 2017 Italy Rome Spain Madrid United Kingdom London USA New York Milan + 7 more

The Professional Programme in Hospitality and Tourism Management at the European School of Economics provides a strong foundation in the knowledge and tools in business and management that are necessary to excel in this prime growth area. [+]

Best Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. The Professional Programme in Hospitality and Tourism Management at the European School of Economics provides a strong foundation in the knowledge and tools in business and management that are necessary to excel in this prime growth area. Participants will explore the economic impact of tourism and hospitality in a range of international contexts, and consider the evolving social, cultural, economic and political factors, which influence the industry. This programme will explore in depth the role of Customer Service, Personnel Management, Hospitality Management and International Marketing and Tourism. Participants will be able to analyse and evaluate the policies and principles that best promote a customer-focused culture and learn how to successfully manage a team to obtain this objective. Participants will also develop the skills that will enable them to predict potential trends and pitfalls within the industry and design and develop effective strategies to adjust their marketing strategies accordingly. Modules Offered*: - Contemporary Hospitality - International Marketing & Tourism Studies - E-Business & E-Commerce - International Business Decision Making * Modules may be subject to change Course Duration: 3 month in class course + minimum 3 month internship Mode of Delivery: Each module requires 3 in-class hours per week, for a total of 12 /15 weekly hours (Monday-Friday) Level of Instruction: Undergraduate (A High-School Diploma or equivalent is required to access this course). Course Assessment: Group Project and Presentation Entry Requirements: Application form High-School Diploma Résumé / CV Intermediate command of the English language (TOEFL / IELTS is a plus) Photocopy of passport / ID document Three passport-sized photographs Non-refundable £50 application fee Maximum Number of Attendees: 30 (In order to provide a unique learning experience with a ratio between Professor to students, no more than 30 students will be admitted into this programme) Internship Programme: Upon successful completion of the programme participants may opt to take a 3-month internship fitted to their profile and career objectives. An assessment with the ESE Placement Officer will determine their eligibility for a placement. Intensive English Course (optional): ESE London offers an English Foundation Course, which starts 5-weeks prior to the commencement of the programme's start date. Students can choose to participate in one or more weeks, and may decide to do full or half-day instruction. Credits & Recognition: Upon completion of the programme, participants will be awarded an ESE Certification of successful completion of the programme. Application Process: To apply for the course, candidates are required to fill out an online application form and submit a non-refundable application with a fee of £50.00. [-]

Associate Degree of Hospitality Management

College of Southern Idaho
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Twin Falls

The Hospitality Management Program at the College of Southern Idaho prepares Graduates for Hospitality Industry Success [+]

Hospitality Careers-A World of Opportunities The Hospitality Management Program at the College of Southern Idaho prepares Graduates for Hospitality Industry Success The hospitality industry is experiencing dynamic growth. This expansion of hotels and restaurants throughout the world has increased the demand for qualified, knowledgeable employees who are ready to excel in the world of lodging, food service, tourism, and travel. The Hospitality Management Program at the College of Southern Idaho provides the perfect start for students looking for a competitive edge in the hospitality industry. We believe that the educational experience should include preparation and training for leadership roles and successful careers in the variety of career paths available in today’s rapidly growing and changing hospitality industry. The program includes a foundation of the basic philosophies and skills of the hospitality industry along with real world applications and “hands on” practices. Among the most important attributes of the successful professional in the hospitality industry are customer service, effective communication, creativity, flexibility, the ability to get along with others, and a good work ethic. Our goals in the program are to develop students as critical thinkers, problem solvers, and team players. The Hospitality Management Program at CSI uses materials from the Educational Institute of the American Hotel & Lodging Association as well as the Manager First program from the National Restaurant Association. Students who successfully complete these courses earn globally recognized certificates from both associations, in addition to college credits applicable toward an Associates Degree. CSI’s hospitality courses are part of the Business department. The hospitality industry provides a wonderful direction for students seeking a career focus for their area of interest. With more than 200 different job opportunities, the $103.6 billion hospitality industry has a career to fit every interest. Hotels and restaurants need sales and marketing professionals, accountants, engineers, human resource specialists, meeting planners, chefs, security directors, and managers for every service department from front office to housekeeping. CSI’s Hospitality Management Program works with students to develop an educational path that’s right for them. We also participate with Walt Disney World and Cactus Petes Casino and Resort for in-depth internship programs. Advisory Committee A committee made up of hospitality industry professionals and experts consult with the CSI program's administration on a regular basis to ensure that the program meets quality excellence requirements as far as industry needs and requirements are concerned. [-]

Academy Professional (AP) Degree in Hospitality and Tourism

Dania Academy, University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 Denmark Randers

Are you service-minded and extrovert? Do you enjoy project work in international teams? Do you want to build a professional network in the tourism industry? Then our Hospitality & Tourism Management Programme is the education you are looking for. [+]

Best Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. Are you service-minded and extrovert? Do you enjoy project work in international teams? Do you want to build a professional network in the tourism industry? Then our Hospitality & Tourism Management Programme is the education you are looking for. Degree obtained AP Degree in Hospitality & Tourism Management Duration and ECTS credits The education is a two-year, full-time programme that corresponds to 120 ECTS Credits. The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) is a common European standard, 60 Credits of which correspond to one full year of studies at higher education level. Purpose The purpose of the programme is to qualify graduates to independently develop, plan and implement tourism and travel services for companies operating in national and international environments. The programme is the perfect education for students who are planning a middle-management career in the tourism and travel industry or other service based businesses. Teaching Methods The teaching methods aim at developing students’ independent, innovative and cooperative skills. The classes are small (typically between 20 and 32 students) and students are encouraged to contribute actively to classroom discussions. Project work and group work are essential parts of the studies. Attendance to lectures is compulsory. During the programme a number of tests and exams must be passed to move on to the next term. Job Opportunities There are several career opportunities if you choose to study Hospitality and Toruism. The list is long but it also depends on your industial experiences. Here are some job titles that our former students are having today: Hotel Manager Restaurant Manager Marketing Manager Tourism Manager Event Coordinator Hotel Reception Manager Project Manager Consultant Self Employed Sales Manager Conference Manager Guest Relation Manager Entry requirements AP Degree Programme in Hospitality and Tourism Management Admission to this programme requires relevant vocational training or upper secondary education (university entry level) including: Mathematics or Business economics at lower intermediate level (Danish C-level) and English at upper level comparable to English level B of a Danish upper secondary examination. English language proficiency International applicants must pass an internationally-approved test *. We accept these tests with the following minimum scores: IELTS: 6.0 TOEFL Internet based: 80 TOEFL paper based: 550 Cambridge test: CAE: A, B or C grade Oxford Placement test: 140 (min. 70 in each part) Oxford Online Placement test: B2 (min. 70 in each part) TOEIC: 700 Applicants holding Nordic entrance exams, an International baccalaureate exam or applicants who have English as their native language are exempt from this requirement. *(the test is taken in the applicant’s country of origin or residence – not at Dania). [-]

Russian for Tourism Industry

Derzhavin Institute
Campus Full time 1 week Open Enrollment Russia St. Petersburg

This course type comprises 10 afternoon lessons in a mini-group. The course could be taken only in combination with [+]

This course type comprises 10 afternoon lessons in a mini-group. The course could be taken only in combination with the Standard group course. This course is geared towards the needs of wide range of professionals involved in the tourism industry (receptionists, front-desk personnel, shop assistances, hotel managers, etc). Russians are more and more interested in the main European tourists’ destinations. And since an average Russian tourist doesn’t have a great command of foreign languages, it’s getting really important to those who work in the travel industry to be able to communicate in Russian. The course covers the most frequent situations in a hotel and summer and winter resorts. Based on the authentic materials and rich in real every-day conversations this course will help you become more efficient in your job. - Minimum admission age: 16 - Course starts: upon request - Minimum course duration: 1 week - Levels available: block 1 A 2.2 - B 1.2, block 2 B 2.2 - C 1.1 - Timetable: Mon-Fri, 9.30 a.m – 1.00 p.m. (Standard group course). Mon-Fri 13:30 – 15:00 - Number of students per class – 3-5 (min. 2) Additional mini-group afternoon course "Russian for Tourist Industry" Block 1 (levels A 2.2. – B 1.2.) Maximum duration 2 weeks Topics: - hotel services - in the airport - ski resorts - in the restaurant and shopping Price per week: 150 euro Block 2 (levels B 2.2. - C 1.1.) Topics: - company presentation (hotel sevices) - arrival and departure, excursions - trainings with ski instructor - extreme sports, insurance Price per week: 150 euro [-]

Short Courses in Management

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time Part time February 2017 South Africa Johannesburg

Short Courses in Management [+]

Best Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. Title Duration Price Admission Requirements Contact Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management: Project Management) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (Project Management) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) (Asset-based Socio-economic Development ) Three consecutive days. The actual contact time is eight hours per day R3900 NQF 4 qualification or working for/ managing a social enterprise​ Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) (Business Incubator Management ) Three blocks spaced one month apart for 15 days (four days, six days and 45 days). The actual contact time is eight hours per day. Total 112 hours R17500 NQF 6 qualification plus three to five years’ experience as a middle manager within a social economy organisation (SEO) or Small and Micro Enterprise (SMEs) or government department or agency dealing with business development​ Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Advanced Cultural Tourism (Advanced Cultural Tourism ) 200 hours 4 days contact R7000 Community Based Cultural Tourism CUT2​ Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Applied Entre- preneurship for Local Economic Development (LED) (Applied Entre- preneurship for Local Economic Development (LED) 6 Months R15000 Grade 12 Experience in the fields related to public administration, economics or business Applicants will be subject to an internal selection process The SLP "Introduction to Local Economic Development" as a pre-study is recommended​ Dr Marius Venter mventer@ uj.ac.za Applied Information Systems (IT Project Management (Introduction)) 3 Days R8000 Grade 12. 12 months working experience. Lucinda Zaayman lucindaz@ uj.ac.za Applied Information Systems (IT Project Management (Intermediate)) 40 Hours (over one semester) R15000 Grade 12. 12 months working experience. Lucinda Zaayman lucindaz@ uj.ac.za Applied Information Systems (IT Project Management (Advance)) 10 Days (over one year) R21500 Grade 12. 12 months working experience​. Lucinda Zaayman lucindaz@ uj.ac.za Applied Information Systems (IT Management) 40 Hours (over one semester) R12500 Grade 12. 12 months working experience. Lucinda Zaayman lucindaz@ uj.ac.za Business Management (Short Course in Project Management ) 5 Days N/A Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Yvette Boys bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Short Course in Risk Management ) 5 Days N/A Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Yvette Boys bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Man- agement: General Management ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Business Analysis ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Operations and Productivity ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Risk Management ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Change Management ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Higher Certificate in Business Management: Project ) 1 Year R38660 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​. Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (General Management) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management: Business Analysis) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (Business Analysis) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certif- icate in Business Management: Operations and Productivity) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management(Operations and Productivity) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management: Risk Management ) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (Risk Management)​ Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Business Management (Advanced Certificate in Business Management: Change Management) 1 Year R34740 Higher Certificate in Business Management (Change Management) Refiloe Kose bmshortcourses@uj.ac.za Centre for Small Business Development (CSBD) (RAA Entrepreneurial development) Six Months Full-Time Programme R1950 Grade 12 with Certificate Endorsement​ Sibongile Thunzini adminraa@uj.ac.za Centre for Small Business Development (CSBD) (Small Business Enrichment Programme) 12 Day Business Man- agement Programme implement- ed over a three month period R2500 Own registered business with minimum of two years business operations​ Muzi Fakude muzif@uj.ac.za Centre for Small Business Development (CSBD) (Financial Management and Costing) 5 Days R2500 Own registered business Muzi Fakude muzif@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) ( Advance Social Entrepreneurship Practice) 11 Months. There will be four blocks throughout the year of five days per each block, The actual contact time is eight hours per day R18500 NQF 5 qualification plus at least 5 years’ experience and hold a managerial/ supervisory position within a social economy organisation or government department or agency Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Centre of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Economy (CSESE) (Emerging Social Enterprise Management) Three months. Seven days one day per week. The actual contact time is eight hours per day R8800 NQF 4 qualification and working for/ managing a social enterprise​ Vongani Manganye csese@uj.ac.za Certificate in Sports Law & Management (Certificate in Sports Law & Management) 1 Semester R8500 ​Bachelor’s degree M Steyn madeleins@uj.ac.za Civil Engineering Science (Concrete Testing) 3 Days R10000 Grade 12 Recognition of prior learning will be based on the candidates’ experience in concrete technology or related field for a period of at least 1 year Mr J Bester jannesb@uj.ac.za Community Based Cultural Tourism (Community Based Cultural Tourism ) 200 hours 4 days contact R7000 ​Introduction to Cultural Tourism CUT 1​ Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Compliance Management (Compliance Management) 1 Year R10500 A Bachelor's degree or equivalent 3-year qualification on NQF level 7 M Steyn madeleins@uj.ac.za Hospitality Management (Block Release) (Hospitality Management (Block Release)) 3 years with a block of 6 weeks in each year N/A Grade 12 or equivalent and must be employed in Hospitality Sector Anisah Deen anisahd@uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Advanced Programme in Organisational Consulting (Online)) 11 Months R10000 Honours degree in Human Resources Management, Industrial Psychology or Psychology. Have at least three years’ relevant work experience.​ Stephan Ferreira sferreira@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Human Capital On-boarding for HC Professionals*) Six to eight months R10000 A formal post-school qualification in the field of Human Resources is not compulsory however would be beneficial. The assumption is that the majority of Human Capital (HC) practitioners would at least have a qualification (occupational or foundational) but not necessarily in the field of Human Resources. Stephan Ferreira sferreira@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) – Specialist Programme*) Six to eight months R10000 A formal post-school qualification in the field of Human Resources is not compulsory however would be beneficial. The assumption is that the majority of Human Capital (HC) practitioners would at least have a qualification (occupational or foundational) but not necessarily in the field of Human Resources.​ Stephan Ferreira sferreira@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Short Course in Practical Psychometry) Six months (full time) (January – June/July – December) R38000 Honours Degree in Psychology or Industrial Psychology with the completion of the module Psychological Assessment. Stephan Ferreira sferreira@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Emerging Leader – Leadership Development*) Six to twelve months R20000 An appropriate NQF level 7 qualification or a professional degree is required. Further to this a minimum three years working experience is required and prospective students must be recommended for further leadership development by their head of department.​ Elmarie Stapelberg leadership@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Executive Leadership Development*) Six to twelve months R40000 The company nominates the candidates. The candidate must already be in an executive management leadership position. Elmarie Stapelberg​ leadership@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Senior Leadership Development* ) Six to twelve months R50000 The company nominates the candidates. The can- didate must already be in a senior management leadership position. Further to this, it is accepted that if a candidate is provided by the organisation for further senior leadership development that the candidate comes with certain knowledge, understanding cognitive, professional and general skills required for this SLP. UJ reserves the right to​ Elmarie Stapelberg leadership@ uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Junior Leadership Development*) Six to twelve months R40000 The company nominates the candidates. The candidate must already be in a junior management leadership position. Further to this, it is acceptedthat if a candidate is provided by the organisation for further junior leadership development that the candidate comes with certain knowledge, understanding cognitive, professional and general skills required for this SLP. UJ reserves the right to accept nominees or not. Elmarie Stapelberg leadership@uj.ac.za Industrial Psychology and People Management (Just in Time Senior Leadership Capacity Building*) 10 half hour sessions (15 minutes presentation: 15 minute discussion) to complete the SLP over a time period of nine months R7000 Appointed into a formal senior management position, being a member of an executive/ senior management team. Elmarie Stapelberg leadership@ uj.ac.za Information & Knowledge Management (Short Course in Knowledge Management) 3 Days R6980 ​Grade 12 Deidre Wessels infoman@ uj.ac.za Information & Knowledge Management (Short Course in Strategic Competitive Analysis Management) 3 Days R6980 Grade 12​ Deidre Wessels infoman@uj.ac.za Introduction to Cultural Tourism (Introduction to Cultural Tourism) 240 hours 5 days contact R7000 Grade 12 Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Introduction to Tourism (Introduction to Tourism ) 600 hours (full-time) 280 hours over 14 weeks(part-time) R25000 Grade 12 Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Introduction to Tourism Management Functions (Introduction to Tourism Management Functions) 600 hours (full-time) 280 hours over 14 weeks(part-time) R25000 Grade 12​ Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Introduction to Toursim Management and Development (Introduction to Toursim Management and Development) 240 hours 5 days contact R7000 Grade 12 Jeneshri Naicker jeneshrin@uj.ac.za Marketing Management (Introduction to Retail Management) Minimum six months N/A ... 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Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management

Tourism School Bad Gleichenberg
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2017 Austria Bad Gleichenberg

The four-semester College was established by the Steirischer Hotelfachschulverein for students having successfully completed upper secondary schools (Matura/Abitur) and applicants having passed the College entrance exam who wish to focus on vocational training in the field of tourism. In terms of organisation and accommodation the College is connected with the Hotel School and the Higher Institute of Tourism. [+]

The four-semester College was established by the Steirischer Hotelfachschulverein for students having successfully completed upper secondary schools (A-level) and applicants having passed the College entrance exam who wish to focus on vocational training in the field of tourism. In terms of organisation and accommodation the College is connected with the Hotel School and the Higher Institute of Tourism. Schooling lasts for four semesters. The school year starts in September and ends on the first Saturday in June. (The College entrance exam can be taken at the Tourism Schools.) The College of Tourism and Leisure imparts general education and specific commercial studies, training in the fields of tourism and gastronomy, specialist studies in at least two foreign languages, knowledge and proficiency in the field of guest service, food and beverage operations and in the field of administration and customer service. Practically orientated training guarantees a thorough preparation for employed and self-employed jobs in the various lines of the hospitality and leisure industry and in intermediate and higher commercial administration. Additionally, the courses of the College of Tourism and Leisure focusing on Third Foreign Language provide sound knowledge and skills in the fields of competence in communication, hotel and travel agency correspondence and specialist terminology with reference to tourism management in three languages. Our graduates pursue jobs that require a high degree of responsibility and independence in developing regional and supraregional tourism concepts, in planning, coordinating and supervising operational procedures and specific electronic data processing operations, in negotiating and drafting contracts as well as in all business operations calling for foreign language correspondence. We are determined to meet the ever-growing job demand for more professionally trained English-speaking tourism experts by offering a two year programme for students eager to meet the challenges of globalization. Since October 2002 students enrolling at our college have had the opportunity to opt for the new branch of the college where tuition is exclusively in English language. We firmly believe that in-depth training in English is a natural and necessary step to increasing professionalism in one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Also gaining a high level of competence in English is simply a must for everyone in the hospitality field to cope with the impact of the global economy and to guarantee career advancement. Major factors like internet research classes, in-depth training, computer-supported lessons and internships with hospitality enterprises will contribute to the success of this programme. The College of Tourism and Leisure Industry is a non-profit, degree-granting institution of higher education, supported by the Styrian Chamber of Commerce. Though our legal status is private, our curriculum is recognized by the government and we are under the supervision of the Ministry of Education. Our students are enrolled in four-semester programmes featuring courses for executives in the field of hospitality and tourism. The college offers ours students quality career training by combining class room theory with practical, on-the-job experience. On-campus accommodation and tuition are available at a most competitive price. The courses comprise theoretical and practical teaching in a great variety of subjects of which the following ones are among the most important: English, French, Spanish or Italian, Accounting and Financial Management, Data Processing, Marketing, Economics in the Tourist Industry, Cooking and Serving, Food and Beverage Management and seminars in Tourism Management, Hotel Management, Information Technology as well as Cultural Animation. Practical Training (internship) of three months’ duration at tourist enterprises between the second and third semesters is compulsory. Entrance requirements for the college: General certificate of upper secondary education qualifying for university entrance. TERMS OF ADMISSION Applicants are invited to an entrance interview by appointment in Bad Gleichenberg. It is this that decides on whether admission will or will not be granted. By August those admitted will receive an information leaflet on necessary equipment, dress code and term dates. PRACTICAL TRAINING DURING THE SUMMER BREAK Practical training of a minimum period of 12 weeks is compulsory for all students during the summer break between the second and third semester. It may be carried out in a tourism-related establishment ( - kitchen, service, reception, administration, travel agency - ) in Austria or abroad. The final exam cannot be taken without proper practical training. STUDENTS’ RESIDENCE AT THE TOURISM SCHOOLS The Tourism Schools are run as a private, future-orientated boarding school. As a consequence, our students acquire key qualifications like teamwork, personality development, social skills, leadership qualities and a sense of responsibility. The campus comprises a surface of 25,000 m2 and is situated directly at the park of Bad Gleichenberg. On campus there are students from more than 25 nations. So you have the possibility to get to know foreign cultures, other traditions and customs and last but not least to make friends and create networks for life. By living and studying together on campus the students learn very important soft skills such as team spirit, tolerance, respect, etiquette and leadership. Perfect infrastructure, teachers with work experience and a great number of opportunities for additional training make this college the ideal basis for your future. We offer you a comprehensive program including sports and wellness (fitness rooms, modern sports hall), music and cultural activities in a modern campus environment equipped with free WIFI. In addition you can take part in different excursions. SNIFFLE DAYS Visit us for free for one day and stay a night on our Campus. This way you may get to know our school, students, teachers and employees at the same time! [-]

Summer Academy

Glion Institute of Higher Education London
Campus Full time 2 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom London

The Glion Summer Academy offers a first-class introduction to the world of luxury hospitality. [+]

Best Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. SUMMER ACADEMY, 2-WEEK PROGRAM The Glion Summer Academy offers a first-class introduction to the world of luxury hospitality. Starting in London, the first week includes field trips to world-renowned hospitality companies, including a professional visit to a 5 star London establishment and a tour of Wimbledon. At the start of the second week you will travel to our spiritual home, Switzerland. Here you will learn what it takes to put together an event, visit local attractions, and see first-hand how Swiss chocolate is made. In this two-week summer program, you will: Gain insight into the global tourism industry and top-level careers in hospitality Learn skills in hospitality and event management Develop competencies in project management in a multicultural environment Details Duration: 2 weeks Dates: : 3 - 15 July 2017 Location: starts in London, ends in Switzerland Accommodation Students will be accommodated on campus at Glion London, located on the grounds of the University of Roehampton. Situated in South West London just 45 minutes from the West End, this campus offers a multicultural university environment set in 152 hectares of open green spaces and parkland with heritage listed buildings. Costs: GBP 4000 The program includes: Tuition Fees and teaching materials/uniforms (practical). Accommodation: in London single room with en suite bathroom. In Switzerland shared double room with en suite bathroom. Full board (all meals) including meals during excursions. Airport pick-up upon arrival from either Heathrow Airport or Gatwick Airport. Transfer from Glion London to Heathrow or Gatwick Airport. One way flight from Heathrow or Gatwick to Geneva. + Rail transportation to/from the Glion campus. All excursions, field trips, outdoor activities and cultural visits. Travel card in London. Program Certificate. End of studies celebration event. Admission Requirements Aged between 15-17 years English level: If English is not your mother tongue or if you have not spent the last 3 years in an English speaking school, please provide an IELTS certificate with a minimum overall score of 4.5 or equivalent qualification. All English certificates must have been issued in the last 12 months prior to admission. Must hold a valid passport. Nationals of any country can apply and follow the required process for obtaining a visa for the United Kingdom and Switzerland. [-]