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National Diploma in Tourism (Management) Level 5

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This qualification is for people working in, or aspiring to work in the Tourism industry. You will gain valuable skills in marketing, business and an understanding of the operational intricacies required to work in managerial positions in the Tourism industry. Students will develop their skills in research, analysis and knowledge as they study towards this qualification.

Course Structure

The course is studied full time over 42 weeks. The course is arranged into six blocks of seven weeks duration. Students are required to achieve 132 credits to gain the qualification. The twelve modules which make up the blocks are listed below.

Course Content

  • Principles & Practice of Tourism
  • Tourism Enterprise Management
  • Customer Service Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Financial Management
  • Business Information Processing
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Tourism Destination Marketing

Career opportunities

  • Tourism Management Airlines
  • Tourism Information centres
  • Adventure Tourism enterprises
  • Tourism Marketing

Course entry requirements

Any one of the National Certificates in Tourism at level 3 or 4, with the exception of the National Certificate in Tourism and Travel – Core Skills, level 3.

Candidates may enter based on demonstrated equivalent knowledge and skills.

International students are required to have a minimum IELTS 5.0

Students may be offered the opportunity to sit the RBC entry test as an alternative to IELTS to demonstrate an entry level equivalence.

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