This is a full-time, one year programme resulting in the award of a Higher National Certificate (HNC) in Hospitality Management, Level 4. This course is a stimulating and challenging programme of study that is both engaging and memorable for students. The varied approach to assessment supports progression to Level 5 and links assessments that are relevant to the local economy. The qualification is designed for students who want to develop their knowledge and skills with the aspiration to work in an international hospitality environment. The HNC is made up of modules which aim to introduce students to the subject of Hospitality Management whilst developing the skills required at this level. These skills include both verbal and written communication, information technology, numeracy, critical thinking and employability.
UCAS Course Code: N203
– Managing Customer Experience
– Professional Identity Practice
– Contemporary Hospitality Industry
– The Hospitality Business Toolkit
– Leadership and Management for Service Industry
– Managing Conference and Events
– Managing Accommodation Services
– Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
The requirements for applicants progressing from full-time education are 32 UCAS points/NVQ3 or equivalent Level 3 qualification. Some applicants come through the experiential route (relevant work or life experience). We have a long and successful record of supporting mature students, many of whom left formal education some time ago.
Students can progress onto BTEC Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management Level 5.
A variety of assessment methods are used, including:
– Individual & Group presentations
– Assignments based on simulated or case-study work
Your Tuition fees cover the majority of costs associated with your programme (including registration, tuition and assessment).
There may be some extra costs that you might need to make or choose to pay.
Books (you will have access to books from your module reading lists in the HE library, but you may want to buy your own copies).
Printing and photocopying.
If your programme includes a work placement, you may be required to pay for a Basic or Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.