Complete An IIE Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management
IIE School of Hospitality & Service Management offers a IIE Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management course for individuals interested in study Hospitality and pursing a career in the industry.
The IIE Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management course gives you the chance to follow your interests in limitless locations, allowing you to enjoy unforgettable experiences and a highly rewarding career in Hospitality.
This IIE qualification provides students with the required operational, interpersonal and analytical skills to ensure that they can fill entry-level positions in the hospitality industry, where they can advance with further experience to fill supervisory or junior management positions in hospitality and service-focused operations.
This course is full-time.
- Certification: Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management (NQF Level 5, SAQA ID 115450) | Minimum Credits: 120
- Duration: 1 year
- Intakes: March and July
- Language: English
- Campuses: Rosebank and Stellenbosch
- Entry Requirements: Grade 12 with Higher Certificate Entry
Uniforms and manuals included.
The IIE Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management consists of 9 modules:
- Introduction to Hospitality Management
- Introduction to Front Office and Rooms Division Management
- Food and Beverage Studies
- Digital and Academic Literacies
- Hospitality Service Management
- Work Integrated Learning
- Basic Hospitality Accounting
- Food Service Management
- Hospitality Legal Requirements
If you are interested and wish to apply, simply click here.
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