The TQUK Level 4 Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management will develop learners’ knowledge and understanding of aspects of management and other topics relevant to the hospitality and tourism industry.
Areas covered include:
- Principles of sustainable development and the level of planning involved to achieve sustainable development in tourism.
- Planning and managing tourism across different destinations
- The hospitality and tourism industry and its operations, including holiday management.
- Nature, development and management of visitor attractions including tourist motivation theories and techniques available to manage visitor attractions and how they can be used to achieve sustainability.
- The function and structure of resort operations, the role and impact of quality systems and procedures in relation to services, health and safety and the legal requirements.
- The employability skills required for effective employment and development. Further knowledge of teams and groups.
- Leadership and communication skills required are also addressed in this unit.
Learners must achieve a minimum of 120 credits from five mandatory units
- Sustainability in hospitality and tourism
- Operations management in hospitality and tourism
- Management of visitor attractions
- Resort operations and management
- Employability and development in hospitality and tourism
There are no specific entry requirements however it is recommended that learners have a minimum of level three in related hospitality and/or tourism management qualification.
Face to Face Learning – £4995 + VAT
Face to Face learning takes a traditional approach to learning where our students will be attending regular taught sessions at an MKNCC Campus.
Blended Learning – £2495 + VAT
The Blended learning route offers students a hybrid which combines our state of the art distance learning platform with intensive workshops.
Distance Learning – £1995 + VAT
Distance Learning puts you in the driving seat, it gives you ultimate flexibility allowing you to manage your learning journey using our extensive online resources.
The qualification is assessed by internally set and marked assessments subject to external quality assurance. Where indicated in the unit specifications, the assessment must meet the requirements of the identified assessment strategy/principles. All learning outcomes must be met to achieve a pass.