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Advanced Diploma in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management

Advanced Diploma in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management
Advanced Diploma in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management (Chinese)

 

Structure

 

1. Business Law

– This unit covers the basic concepts of the legal system in Singapore. It will discuss about the different components of business law including legal system in Singapore, contract law, Tort of negligence, and company law.

 

2. Human Resource Management

– This unit provides students with the knowledge of the different activities used in building human resources within an organization. This includes recruitment & selection management, designing compensations and benefits programs, planning for training & development of staffs. This unit also include the topic of the Human resource Practices in contemporary logistics management.

 

3. Business Information Technology

– This module covers the concept of hardware and software components and concepts of information technologies used in real business world. Concepts of computing system, operating system, networking system, the Internet, information security and database management technologies will be covered.

 

4. Strategic Hospitality Management

– This units aims to give learners a critical understanding of the nature , scope, function and organisation of facilities management in the hospitality business; the management of events’; the design and development of hospitality facilities; principles of environmental best practice; Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the management of hotel premises; legal obligations and how to measure the performance of hospitality facilities.

 

5. Project Management

– The unit aims to give learners a critical understanding of the stages of a project; how to analyse the project work content and risks in order to obtain estimates and tenders; detailed project planning; monitoring and control; project team structures and management strategies; managing quality and change; closure and review of projects.

 

6. Tourism Operation Management

– This unit aims to give students critical understanding of the key features of operations management in the Travel, Tourism and Hospitality (TTH) industry; the role of operating systems in delivering customer service; the role of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the development of operational systems; the key features of services and their implications for operations; standardisation and its impact on operations, service and consumer satisfaction; the role of front-line staff; health and safety responsibilities for employees and guests.

 

 

Entry Requirement

 

* above 18 years old

 

* Applicant must holds a diploma in hospitality field;

OR a recognized diploma from other filed with 2 year’s working experience;

 

* Language Requirement for English taught Class:applicant must pass the GCE ‘O’ Level English   OR   a Pass with a recognized Certificate in English;

 

* Language Requirement for Chinese taught Class:Pass in GCE ‘O’ Level Chinese OR recognized Certificate in Business field taught in Mandarin;

 

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Duration:

8 months (Part Time)

 

Intake:

Every month

 

Graduation Requirement:

Candidates must successfully complete all six subjects to be awarded the Advanced Diploma

 

Teacher Students Ratio 1: <12

 

Course Fee

Please Refer to Course Fee Breakdown Table

 

Teaching Mode:

Face-to-face Classroom teaching

 

Awarding Body:

Windsor Management College

 

Midum Language:

This course is taught and assessed in English or Chinese.(subject to application)