The purpose of BTEC Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management is to develop you as professional, self-reflecting individual able to meet the demands of employers in the hospitality sector and adapt to a constantly changing world.
The objectives of the BTEC Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management are as follows:
You will benefit from an innovative variety of assessment modes. Assessment is mainly via coursework, which can take forms such as traditional essays and reports, group project work, research and consultancy projects, presentations, posters, and design of digital materials.
Teaching and learning
Teaching and learning will be provided via a blended delivery model, offering class-based lectures and tutorials, workshop and field-based practical activities and online delivery.
When not attending lectures or seminars, you will also be expected to study through independent learning. Independent learning plays a vital role in your studies and involves research, such as reading books and journal articles, preparing assignments and presentations, working on individual and group projects.
During one term, you will typically be attending three modules of 15 credits each. A taught 15 credit module consists of approximately 10 hours of lecture content, 20 hours of seminar content and assessment practice. On top of this, you will be expected to spend around 10 to 15 hours per week on independent learning and completing assessments.
You will have access to a variety of materials to support you in your learning, such as books, journals, lecture notes and a wide range of e-resources.
You will be expected to have at least one of the following:
Plus you will usually have five GCSE subjects including Maths and English Language at grade C/grade 4 or above. We will normally accept Key Skills and Higher Diploma qualifications as the equivalent to GCSEs.
BTECs are work-related qualifications for students taking their first steps into employment, or for those already in employment and seeking career development opportunities. BTECs are widely recognised by the industry. The range of skills acquired on the course will be particularly relevant to hospitality management, leisure, and tourism sectors.
Graduates can also progress to a BA (Hons) Top Up degree in International Hospitality Management awarded by the University of Derby.
Pearson BTEC qualifications are nationally and internationally recognised by employers and professional organisations.
The recognition of the BTEC Higher National Diploma is a way for students to prepare for jobs and careers in their chosen field through membership of relevant professional bodies.
Students and graduates may be offered exemptions by professional bodies from parts of their own qualifications in relation to membership. Exemptions will be available from various professional bodies in the fields of hospitality, management and marketing.
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