Course in Tourism and Hospitality in Asia

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Tourism and Hospitality

If you’re looking to continue your personal development with a multitude of study options either online or in a classroom, law courses are for you. Specific study topics typically include intellectual property, commercial law and regulatory theory.

Those who are interested in the tourism and hospitality industry have a great deal to gain from an academic program. This course of study may cover everything from marketing to customer service, as well as specialized industry specific topics such as food services, vehicle rentals, and tourist sites.

Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.

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English Language Program (ELP)

Glion Institute of Higher Education
Campus Full time 16 weeks February 2018 Switzerland Glion Montreux + 1 more

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 [+]

Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality in Asia 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 [-]

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).

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).... [-]


Course in Hotel and Hospitality Management

MECAT
Campus Full time September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Whenever we travel, dine out, or spend an evening away from home, we are enjoying ‘hospitality’. This course will help you discover various aspects of housekeeping, food and beverages and facilities management. It will provide you with knowledge about different business and operational functions of the industry. [+]

Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality in Asia 2017. About the Course Whenever we travel, dine out, or spend an evening away from home, we are enjoying ‘hospitality’. This course will help you discover various aspects of housekeeping, food and beverages and facilities management. It will provide you with knowledge about different business and operational functions of the industry. Target Audience Leaders, Supervisors, managers, and all employees in the hotel and hospitality industry Learning Objectives This course focuses on developing professional competences such as effective communication and customer service, information technology, teamwork and leadership. In addition, general management of a hotel as an organization including food and beverage, operations, strategic human resource management, and sales and marketing in the hotel and hospitality industry. Optional Online/Distance Learning Attendance Students are also permitted to enroll in this course on an online/distance learning basis. [-]

Airline Cabin Crew

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

This course is ideal for young professionals looking to get a head start in the profession, introducing the skills and responsibilities expected by the world’s leading airlines. [+]

Description This course is ideal for young professionals looking to get a head start in the profession, introducing the skills and responsibilities expected by the world’s leading airlines. Special emphasis is given to customer service and procedures for handling unusual situations during flight, with the final module of the course giving useful tips for completing the recruitment process. Introduction to the Airline Industry Regulatory Context of the Airline Industry Organization Structures in Airlines Airport Transport and Flight Operation Flight Operation The Aircraft Cabin Theory of Flight and Altitude Physiology Crew Responsibilities and Cooperation Organization Structure and Board the Aircraft Communication on Board the Aircraft Cabin Crew Duties in Normal Operations Managing Abnormal and Emergency Situations Perspective on Air Transportation Safety Turbulence and Cabin Decompression Emergency Landing and Evacuation Medical Emergencies Onboard the Aircraft Medical Emergency Equipment Onboard the Aircraft Performing CPR, AED and Heimlich Manoeuvre Flight and Cabin Crew Incapacitation Dangerous Goods Air Transportation of Dangerous Goods Handling Dangerous Goods in the Aircraft Cabin Aviation Security Coordinated Efforts to Increase Aviation Security Unlawful Interference Customer Service and Interaction with passengers Creating a Customer Service Environment Serving Passengers with Additional Needs Airline Catering and Onboard Retail Services Organization of Airline Catering Serving Meals Onboard the Aircraft Cabin Crew Professional Development The Cabin Crew Professional and Life Style Choices Cabin Crew Professional Development [-]

Passenger Ground Services and Altea DC- Customer Management

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Full time Part time 80 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai + 1 more

Learn what it takes to work at one of the airline industry's most visible airport positions and obtain the skills you need to provide assistance and related passenger services at the check-in, gate and concourse of your airport. [+]

Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality in Asia 2017. Description Learn what it takes to work at one of the airline industry's most visible airport positions and obtain the skills you need to provide assistance and related passenger services at the check-in, gate and concourse of your airport. The course is designed to complement the training requirements outlined in the IATA Airport Handling Manual (AHM), the IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) and the IATA Passenger Services Conference Resolutions Manual (PSCRM) Introduction to Airport & Airline Ground Operations The Airport as an Operational System Airline Ground Operational Requirements International Passenger & Baggage Carriage Regulatory Framework Camputer Reservations and Departure Control Systems Function The Computer Reservations System The Departure Control System The AMADEUS System Check-In Procedures for Passengers and their Baggage (Airport & Off-Site) Passenger Acceptance Baggage Acceptance Arrival and Transfer Services Conditions of Carriage, Boarding Procedures and Close-out Messaging Conditions of Contract for Carriage of Passengers and Baggage Passenger Boarding Procedures and Flight Close-out Messaging Introduction to Dangerous Goods Regulations International DG Regulatory References Restrictions and Limitations Classifications, Packaging, Marking and Labeling Dangerous Goods Emergency Procedures Managing Passenger Interactions Importance of Customer Service to the Business Handling Passenger Interactions Efficiently Aviation Security Requirements for Passengers and Baggage ICAO International Conventions Passenger & Baggage Security Procedures The Passenger and Baggage Reconciliation Procedures Bomb Threats and Responses to them Enhanced Passenger Facilitation Purpose of Advance Passenger Processing CUSS, CUTE, CUPPS Roles of PGSAs in a Fast Travel Program Future in the... [-]

Fundamental Skills in Journey Pricing and Ticketing

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Full time Part time 70 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai + 1 more

You will develop new skills through practical exercises and with the support of reference materials to become the travel professional your customers trust. [+]

Description Interpreting fare rules and e-ticket data elements is key to satisfying and retaining customers. With the abundance and complexity of today's fare options, travel customers expect you to provide a service that is accurate, quick and affordable. This course teaches the language of fare construction and fare rules so you provide your customers with the best advice and the lowest fare for their air itinerary. You will develop new skills through practical exercises and with the support of reference materials to become the travel professional your customers trust. Introduction The passenger Air tariff Training Extract Essential terms IATA Resolutions in fare construction IATA geography and global indicators IATA areas and sub-areas Routings Pricing units Fare selection Children and infant fares Single segment surcharges One way through fare construction Round and circle trip fare construction Single segment Q surcharge Taxes, fees and charge Special fares Consolidator and Net fares Documents Interpretation of data elements in standard traffic documents Electronic miscellaneous documents Ticketing The electronic Ticket Currency Currency Rules Neutral units of construction (NUC) Conversion of the NUC amount into local currency Payments Credit Cards Billing and Settlement Plan [-]

Foundation in Travel and Tourism

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Full time Part time 80 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai + 1 more

Study the basics of the travel and tourism industry and understand what it takes to become a successful travel agent. [+]

Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality in Asia 2017. Description Study the basics of the travel and tourism industry and understand what it takes to become a successful travel agent. Improve your customer service and sales skills in order to better advise clients about when and where to travel based on their needs. Learn how to provide the best flight, accommodation and tour options, and how to ensure clients fulfill all necessary travel requirements. The Travel and Tourism Industry and the Travel Professional Business Requirements and Commercial Skills Geography in Travel Planning Marketing and Selling Travel with Geography Travel Formalities Travel Documents The Travel Information Manual (TIM) Air Transport Essentials Airline Products and Services Important to Passengers International Air Transportation Regulations Land Tranport: Introduction to Rail Products Rail Products Around the World Land Transport: Car & Camper The Car Rental Industry Hotels Products and Services Water Transport: Ferries and Cruise 1 Cruising: A Growth Industry Tour Packages 1 Tours and Tour Components Tour Booking Conditions and Limitations of Liability Serving the Travel Customer Customer Service and Technology Fundamentals in Air Fares and Ticketing IATA Geography and Global Indicators Fare Selection OW Through Fare Construction Round Trip and Circle Trip Fare Construction Ticketing Taxes, Fees and Charges Children and Infant Passengers Special or Promotional Fares Consolidator and Net Fares Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) Global Distribution System (GDS)- AMADEUS / GALILEO / SABRE [-]

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 -... [-]

Course - International Tourism: Cultures and Behaviour

Russian State University For The Humanities
Campus Full time September 2017 Russia Moscow

Annotation: This course explains how national cultures influence social behavior and why tourists and hosts behave the way they do. In order to understand the behavioral differences among [+]

Course - International Tourism: Cultures and Behaviour

Language: English

Time of courses: Autumn / Spring

Annotation: This course explains how national cultures  influence social behavior and why tourists and hosts behave the way they do. In order to understand the behavioral differences among international tourists and hosts,one must learn about the concept of human behavior in tourism and the factors that influence this behavior.

The first half of the course is devoted mostly to the theoretical aspects covering diverse definitions and theoretical approaches to the study of human behavior. The concept of human behavior is multidisciplinary. It has borrowed many ideas developed in other scientific disciplines, such as psychology, sociology, social psychology, anthropology, economics, marketing, and management. One of the topics here is cultural factors as the most significant determinants of international tourist behavior,  and, therefore, this topic has been also included into the course syllabus. The second half of the course is the analysis of culture in a multidisciplinary tourism context and the application of the concept of culture to the abstract psychological concepts of perception, attitude, or satisfaction, all of which have different meanings in different cultures, creating problems. This part  offers  solutions to a number of exiting problems by emphasizing the importance of being culturally aware and sensitive to international tourist markets’ needs and understanding how the cultural background of these markets influences tourist experiences. One of the most important topics in this part of the course is in-depth analyses of case studies which are all international... [-]


English Language Courses Specific to Hospitality and Tourism Industry

David Game Management School Thailand
Campus Full time Part time June 2017 Thailand Bangkok

We have taken into consideration of the important nature of hospitality and tourism within the context of Thailand and have developed English Language Courses that are tailored for students and working professionals who would like to build their careers within the sector. [+]

English Language Courses Specific to Hospitality and Tourism IndustryWe have taken into consideration of the important nature of hospitality and tourism within the context of Thailand and have developed English Language Courses that are tailored for students and working professionals who would like to build their careers within the sector. As such, the Courses will focus on the usage of English Languages as relevant to the working environments in hotels, restaurants, resorts, travel agencies and tour companies. The Courses are 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. We offer the Courses at two levels:... [-]