Heavy investment in new facilities, by international hotel chains and other hotel groups, continues to provide first-class career opportunities, at management level, for those with the appropriate experience, knowledge and qualifications.

This hospitality management programme provides the essential knowledge required by those who will eventually seek managerial positions within the industry.


Course Structure

Certificate in Hotel & Catering Supervision Subjects

1 Fundamentals of the Hotel & Catering Industry

2 Housekeeping & Accommodation Studies

3 Restaurant Services

4 Front Office Operations & Administration

5 Food & Beverage Management

(The ICM Certificate in Hotel & Catering Supervision is awarded on completion of all the above subjects)

 

Diploma in Hospitality Management Subjects

1 Hotel & Catering Law

2 Accounting, Purchasing & Cost Control

3 The Human Resource in Hospitality

4 Hospitality Management

5 Marketing for Hospitality & Tourism

(The ICM Diploma in Hospitality Management is awarded on completion of all the above subjects)

 

Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management Subjects

1 Strategic Management in Hospitality

2 Customer Service (New)

3 Economics & Hospitality

4 Organisational Behaviour & Hospitality Management

5 Environmental Management in the Hospitality Industry

(The ICM Advanced Diploma in Hotel & Catering Management is awarded on completion of all the above subjects)

 

Associate Degree in Hospitality Management

The Associate Degree in Hospitality Management is awarded on completion of the above subjects and a 6,000 word work or industrial based research project.

 

 

About Parks

The Parks sample site is designed as a simple site that can be routinely updated from the front end of Joomla!.

As a site, it is largely focused on a blog which can be updated using the front end article submission.

New weblinks can also be added through the front end.

A simple image gallery uses com_content with thumbnails displayed in a blog layout and full size images shown in article layout.

The Parks site features the language switch module. All of the content and modules are tagged as English (en-GB). If a second language pack is added with sample data this can be filtered using the language switch.

Parks uses HTML5 which is a major web standard (along with XHTML which is used in other areas of sample data).