Stand-alone Diploma qualification
or your pathway to an ICMS Bachelor of Hospitality Management
For those with a love of people and travel, it’s hard to go past a career in hospitality. The Diploma of Hospitality Management equips you with the skills needed for a successful career in the diverse and fast-paced hospitality industry. As your career develops, the knowledge and experience gained while studying the Diploma of Hospitality Management could take you to workplaces as diverse as international hotels, resorts, cruise ships, and restaurants. Others have taken the plunge and opened their own hospitality business.
The Diploma of Hospitality Management offers you a stand-alone qualification through the Aspire Institute or, should you wish to further your studies, you could choose to use your diploma qualification as a pathway into a bachelor program at ICMS, with completed specialisations and subjects counting towards your degree. Upon successful completion of the Diploma of Hospitality Management you will receive advanced standing for subjects in an ICMS bachelor degree.
All Aspire students are part of the ICMS student community, with lectures held at our Northern Beaches campus. Aspire students receive dedicated academic support, including study skills.
What you will learn
- Develop technical and theoretical knowledge and concepts of the hospitality industry in some depth
- Develop basic academic and applied research skills within a hospitality context
- Identify appropriate sources of data for problem solving in a hospitality industry context
- Explain the importance of ethical and sustainable hospitality practices in a global context
- Describe solutions to routine hospitality industry situations
- Name specialist hospitality technology
- Present project findings in both written and personal presentation forms to diverse hospitality industry audiences
- Apply technical business knowledge to a range of hospitality industry contexts
- Use business management principles and motivational factors to diverse individuals and teams in the hospitality industry
- Appraise performance of self and others within a hospitality setting
|Course Name||Diploma of Hospitality Management|
|UAC Code||TBC April 2020|
|Campus||Northern Beaches Campus, Manly*|
|Duration||1 year (or part time equivalent)|
|Study Mode||on campus|
|Start||Feb, May & Sept|
|Annual Indicative Student Enrolments||n/a (new curriculum)|
|Entry Requirements||Domestic Students|
*News: The Aspire Institute has recently opened a new City Campus https://www.icms.edu.au/contact-us/our-campuses/city-campus-0 in the heart of Sydney’s business district. As well as the campus in Manly, students enrolling in this course for February 2020 will now have an option to attend specified business subjects in the city, subject to availability.
|Subject Type||Subject Code||Subject Name|
|CORE||BUS101A||Pathway to Success|
|CORE||MGT101A||Management Solutions for a Changing World|
|CORE||ACC101A||Financial and Commercial Literacy|
|CORE||STA101A||Data Informed Decision Making|
|SPECIALISATION||THE101A||Introduction to Tourism, Hospitality & Events|
|SPECIALISATION||HOS101A||Rooms Division Operations|