Course Code: TH1HE199 UCAS Code: N860 Hospitality Management - HNC* Duration1 Year Day/s of weekMonday Time09:30 - 17:30 Next course dates Start dateLocationDuration / Fees 11 Sep 2023 University Centre 1 Year / £7,000 Apply now 09 Sep 2024 University Centre 1 Year / £7,000 Apply now Overview Is this course for me? What will I learn? How will I be assessed? Key information Where could this course take me? Course SummaryThe B&FC HNC Hospitality Management provide exciting opportunities for you to study to enable you to progress to or within a role in Hospitality. This programme provides you with a platform to begin or enhance your career and incorporate both practical elements and theoretical concepts that are highly desirable in a range of roles in the sector but also gives you a strong range of transferable skills, relevant to many employment opportunities. You will benefit from the expertise of the curriculum team who have excellent experience in the sector, and are also actively involved in developing the workforce of the future. Class sizes are normally small and again this is very beneficial, affording the opportunity for a tailored personal learning situation and plenty of help and support. * Course subject to approval. For more information, visit our dedicated page. Entry RequirementsThe academic requirement for entering this programme is normally 64 UCAS points: A BTEC Level 3 qualification in Hospitality or Business 64 UCAS Points = BTEC Extended Diploma: Grade MPP or BTEC Diploma: Grade MM A GCE Advanced Level profile that demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. 64 points = 2 x A Levels at Grade C Mature students will be considered if you can demonstrate Other related Level 3 qualifications Related work experience in a relevant role Qualification ObtainedBTEC Higher National Certificate in Hospitality Management Industry Placement and Field TripsYou will be expected to be working in the hospitality sector for the one day a week or equivalent, in order to meet the requirements of the Work Experience unit and inform other assessments. Learning and Teaching MethodsThe range of learning methods will include Case studies to illustrate how a range of concepts, theories and perspectives can be applied in the explanation and evaluation of real life examples. Peer learning workshop sessions will be facilitated in order to foster collaborative active social learning, the co-creation of knowledge and the sharing of good practice, allowing you to explicate their ideas, arguments and perspectives. Lectures will be used to provide current developments in hospitality practices and processes, theory, and the wider social-political context in which these are located. Lectures will aim to promote an understanding of a range of perspectives that influence the nature of the hospitality industry. The embedding of guest speakers and educational visits will be an integral feature of the programme, as these serve to give you valuable insight and the development of relevant skills and behaviours. Expert Tutors Every course request should nominate a course tutor who is responsible for delivering the course and that the marketing team can use as a case study. What will I learn? Modules at level 4 Module TitleCodeCreditsOptional? The Contemporary Hospitality Industry TH4MD358 15 No Managing the Customer Experience TH4MD359 15 No Professional Identity and Practice TH4MD360 15 No The Hospitality Business Toolkit TH4MD361 15 No Leadership and Management for Service Industries TH4MD362 15 No Managing Food and Beverage Operations TH4MD363 15 No Managing Conferences and Events TH4MD364 15 No Work Experience TH4MD365 15 No How will I be assessed? Assessment MethodLevel 4Level 5Level 6 Coursework 100% 0% 0% Exam 0% 0% 0% Practical 0% 0% 0% Other Costs and Equipment NeededYou will need clothing and footwear suitable for working in the sector. There will be a variety of trips and other activities that may incur a small fee. Tuition Fees Please click here to find out more about tuition fees for this course. Regulation and Accreditation Accrediting Institution: N/A Awarding Body: Pearson Regulatory Body: Office for Students (OfS) Terms and Conditions Read our full terms and conditions for more information. Learning Methods Learning MethodLevel 4Level 5Level 6 Scheduled 256 0 0 Independent 864 0 0 Placement 80 0 0 Total 1200 0 0 Further Studies Successful students will be able to progress to HND Hospitality Management, and from there onto a BA(Hons) top up through B&FC. Employment opportunities are strong, with team leader / supervisor roles available to them on completion of level 4, and management roles following level 5 or 6. Career Opportunities Career pathways include: Hospitality Management Bar Management, Hotel Assistant Management, Visitor Attraction Departmental Management Events Management Conference management, Entertainment and sporting events, Exhibition management Food and Beverage Bar/Pub Manager, Coffee Shop Manager, Restaurant Manager Food and Beverage Manager, Site Manager Accommodation and Revenue Management Front Office Manager, Hotel Manager, Resort Manager, Hotel Operations Manager, Revenue and Sales Manager, Reservations Manager, Head of Housekeeping Events Events Manager, Special Events Manager, Conference and Banqueting Manager, Events Project Manager, Innovative Marketing and Sales Marketing Manager, Product and Sales Manager, Sales and Marketing Manager, Assistant Product Manager. Sales Development Manager General Assistant General Manager, Duty Manager, Assistant Hospitality Manager, Hospitality Customer Relationships Manager Meet the Tutor - MARK BELFIELD Industry Background: 20 years’ experience in the hospitality industry ranging from restaurants to corporate conferencing and events. Areas of Expertise: Hospitality Leadership and Management, Nutrition and Health Enjoys teaching at B&FC because: It provides the opportunity to develop and nurture future starts within the industry.