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International Hospitality Management Business Diploma

IHMB

International Hospitality Management Business Diploma

This is a 2 year course with over 450 hours of tuition.
On completion trainees would have gained over 1500 hours practical attachment.
The tuition and practical attachment guarantee an all rounded graduate, competent in running large scale hospitality operations from day 1.

 

Duration: 2 years

12 A.H & L.A modules with 400hours intensive tuition per year and over 1500 hours practical attachment over 18 months.

Examinations:

Completion at the end of each module facilitation week and assignments. 12 Certificates + one International Hospitality Business Management Diploma awarded on successful completion of the 12 modules.

Course Outline

250 - Supervision in the Hospitality Industry

Gives supervisors and aspiring supervisors the information they need in the hospitality industry. Covers how to recruit, select and train, increase productivity, control labour costs, effectively etc.

103 - Hospitality Today: An Introduction

Helps you understand the broad range of factors that influence and affect tourism. Includes research and marketing methods.

241 - Food and Beverage Management

Shows how to profitably manage a food service operation in order to satisfy guests. Employees learn how to give guests the highest priority as all details of food and beverage are planned, implemented and evaluated.

338 - Housekeeping Management

Shows what it takes to make this vital department. A very thorough detailed text of this important revenue centre.

333 - Managing Front Office Operations

Increase front office efficiency and helps sales grow with the knowledge gained from this course. Includes yield management techniques and the latest computer technology.

304 - Leadership and Management in the Hospitality Industry

Designed to acquaint you with leadership issues facing today's hospitality industry. Includes goal setting, power and empowerment.

465 - Planning and Controls for Food and Beverage Operations

Helps you take charge of the complexities of controlling food, beverages, labour and sales income.

262 - Basic Hotel and Restaurant Accounting

Straight, simplified approach makes learning the fundamentals of financial record keeping a snap. A classic text designed by the best author Raymond Cote.

356 - Managing Hospitality Human Resources

Covers the latest strategies attracting a wider range of applicants, minimising turnover, reducing productivity losses, and much more.

354 - Training and Development in the Hospitality Industry

Shows you how to develop, conduct, and evaluate one-on-one and group training that will reduce turnover, improve job performance and help your organization attain goals.

473 - Hospitality Sales and Marketing

Builds a top-flight sales team with creative, successful sales and marketing programs that really work.

281 - Hospitality Facilities Management and Design

Shows how to handle today's engineering and maintenance concerns. Covers all major facility systems. Saves you money and lots of guest complaints.

Entry Requirements

At least 5 'O' Levels including English or 2 'A' Levels.
Age: 18 years and above.

Fees

Please note the following: 

1. Fees Structure 

The International Hospitality Management Diploma is a two-year program and the fees are as follows. The fees 
cover the tuition, textbooks and examinations.

 
Payment Plan 1 Payment Plan 2 Payment Plan 3 Payment Plan 4
       
$6,000.00 
(Once off payment) 
$3,250.00 
( 2 instalments in a year)
$1,700.00 
( 4 instalments in a year)
$600.00 
( 12 instalments in a year)
       
Total Fees Per Year 
$6,000.00
Total Fees Per Year 
$6,500.00 
Total Fees Per Year 
$6,800.00
Total Fees Per Year 
$7,200.00

*Program fees are paid in advance all the time. Payments are done from the 1st of the month to the 7th. Failure to pay the fees will result in interest charges to your account.


2a. Daily Uniforms 
As a school we groom individuals who are neatly attired and groomed at all times. The day to day uniform requirements are as follows:
 
Ladies Gentlemen
Black suit (with slack or skirt) Black Suit
White shirt White shirt
Scarf (colour to be agreed on as a group)  Tie (colour to be agreed on as a group)
Closed, black shoes Formal,Black Leather Shoes



2b. Chefs Uniforms
All of our trainees will have training sessions in the kitchens as part of their practical lessons. Therefore they have to 
purchase one set of the Chefs uniforms from the school. This goes for $100.00 for 1 Chef’s Jacket, 1 Chef’s Trousers, 1 Mushroom Hat, 1 Apron And 1 pair of Safety Shoes.


3. French and Digital Skills Passport
All of our trainees are encouraged to obtain an additional internationally spoken language as well as knowledge on the use of computers. As a school we offer the following programs and they are charged for separately. 
  • Delf A1 Diploma (in association with Alliance Francaise) -$360.00 for a year
  • Digital Skills Passport ( In association with E-Learning Solutions) - $250.00 for the 10 modules
*These programs are compulsory unless the trainee has already done the programs and can submit the qualifications with their application.


Payments can be done at the school in cash or into the following accounts. 

Banking Details
RTGS NOSTRO FCA DEPOSITS ECOCASH
Stanbic Bank, Belgravia Branch
Account Name:Decanter Enterprises
Account Number 914 000 1066 780
Stanbic Bank, Belgravia Branch
Account Name: Decanter Enterprises
Account Number: 914 0000 907 994
*151*2*3*161479#
Ref #: Trainee’s Name

We look forward to welcoming you to our school and we hope you will enjoy your time with us as you make your vocation your vacation.


 


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