Level 4 & 5 in Hotel and Hospitality
Prepare for an exciting career in the hospitality industry through the bleneded learning Hotel Management course.
Students on our blended learning Hospitality Management program will undertake a Level 4/5 240-credit course, designed to prepare students with the skills needed to be a competent employee in the hospitality industry. During the Hotel Management program, students will have the ability to access tutor support and webinars, a social learning forum, and additional materials to help in the completion of their diploma. For more information on the support available to students, visit our Student Resources page.
Each module consists of 40 guided learning hours of material with an additional 30-50 hours worth of optional materials that comprise of recommended exercises, recommended readings, Internet resources, and self-testing exercises.
Upon passing the online assessments and written assignments, students will be awarded a ATHE diploma and will be able to top up to a bachelor’s degree.
To enrol in a Level 4 course, you must be at least 18 and have a full secondary education. Before enrolling in level 5, you must complete level 4.
The fee for enrolling onto the Level 4 & 5 (combined) course is £3500.
Students can make payment using one of the following methods:
- Credit or debit card
- Bank transfer
- Interest free monthly instalments
- Western Union
All course material, including blended learning modules and written assignments
Personal tutor support with 1-2-1 Skype sessions
Dedicated student support
Access to a blended social learning forum
Assignment marking and feedback
Free CV writing help on completion of the course
Total Fee £2400
Flexible monthly payment plan
Reserve a seat £600
Refundable in the event of not being able to fulfill the minimum program requirements.
What is Included in The Cost of My Course?
- All course material, including online modules and written assignments
- Personal tutor support with online sessions
- Dedicated student support
- Access to an online community learning forum
- Assignment marking and feedback
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List of Universities with Progression Paths
Some of the universities, where previous Qualifi graduates gained entry or have formal progression arrangements include:
- Anglia Ruskin University
- University of East London
- University of Gloucestershire
- De Montfort University
- University of Bolton
- University of Lincoln
- University of West of Scotland
- University of Wolverhampton
- Birmingham City University
- University of Derby
- University of Northampton
- Arden University
- University of Law
- Bath Spa University
- Bangor University
- Leeds Beckett University
- University of Bedfordshire
- BPP University
- Buckinghamshire New University
- University of Chichester
- Cardiff Metropolitan University
- University of Cumbria
- Glasgow Caledonian University
- Northumbria University
- University of Huddersfield
- Liverpool John Moores University
- London South Bank University
- The Open University
- Staffordshire University
- University of Portsmouth
- University of New England – Australia
- Wrexham Glyndwr University
Example of Progression Routes:
On completion of this course students have the opportunity to complete the third year of a degree programme (BA Top up) from a range of UK universities. The Top up programme can be blended learning or studied on campus.
Students can apply to any university offering the BA Top up, listed below some universities that offer the BA Top up programme in Hotel and Hospitality:
University of Derby
International Hospitality Business Management (Top-Up)
BA (Hons) International Hospitality & Tourism Management
University of Central Lancashire
Management in Hospitality BA – Top up
University of Sunderland
International Tourism and Hospitality Management (Top-Up) BSc (Hons)
University of Northampton
International Tourism Management (Top-Up) BA
Level 4 Module listing
Food and beverage operations
Students will gain an understanding of the processes involved in food and beverage operations, including practical aspects of food and beverage production and service.
Food safety and hygiene
Students will understand the need to comply with regulations and effectively manage procedures for ensuring food safety.
Hospitality and hotel housekeeping
Students will understand the role of the housekeeping department within a hospitality setting. This unit will identify the importance of the housekeeping department and the impact it has on the hospitality operation.
Students will be able to understand the importance of a customer focused hospitality establishment in a competitive environment by carrying out research on customers’ requirements and expectations. Students will also gain skills to deliver excellent customer service and evaluate the benefits of exceeding customers’ expectations.
Front office operations
Students will understand the role of the front office department within a hospitality setting. This unit will identify the importance of the front office department and the impact it has on the overall hospitality operation.
Accounting and cost control
Students will understand the principles of costing within hospitality and the contents of key financial statements used, along with the basic accounting techniques used to produce and analyse them.
Global tourism and hospitality
Students will understand the size and scope of the global tourism and hospitality industry. The unit examines the influences that affect it and the growth of its brands within international markets.
Students will be able to understand the key principles of the marketing concept and relate the role of the marketing mix to the hospitality industry. Students will understand the marketing cycle and be able to devise a promotional campaign.
Students will understand the concept of employee engagement and the key components. Students will be able to assess how employee engagement can have an impact on the overall business performance by introducing specific strategies and practices.
Training and CPD
Students will be able to use different methods for identifying the need for training in a hospitality setting. Students will understand how individuals learn in different ways and the importance of selecting the most effective training method. Students will then be able to plan, design, deliver and evaluate the effectiveness of a training session or program. The students will also be introduced to the concept of Continuous Professional Development and the need and relevance for it in a hospitality setting.
Level 5 Module listing
Food and beverage supply chain management
Students will understand supply chain systems and procedures, and how organisations use these to procure, produce and prepare food and beverages within the hospitality industry, both domestically and globally. This unit demonstrates how supply chain management is essential for efficient operation and for achieving a competitive edge.
Students will be able to understand the concept of quality and quality management and apply it in a hospitality setting. Students will be able to analyse, evaluate and implement a quality management system in a hospitality organisation.
Events and conference management
Students will understand the operational issues that underpin successful events and conference management. This unit examines a wide range of events and discusses the processes and considerations involved.
Customer relations management
Students will understand the importance of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to hospitality organisations and recognise the necessary processes to ensure its effectiveness.
Students are able to gain an understanding of the key principles of management behaviour and a range of management styles, roles, responsibilities, characteristics and skills. Students will be able to understand the effectiveness of different organisation structures by studying the design and culture within a hospitality setting.
Current issues in HRM
Students will be able to understand the key principles of Human Resource Management (HRM) and the current issues Human Resource (HR) managers have to consider when carrying out their role and responsibilities. Students will also understand how current legislation has an impact on the HR function in Hotel and Hospitality Management.
Students will be able to understand what the key elements of revenue management are and how this affects the pricing of hotel bedrooms. Students will also be able to implement the practices of yield management in a hotel and set an overbooking policy.
Corporate social responsibility
Students will be able to understand key principles of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development. Students will learn about the impact hotels have on social, cultural and environmental factors and how the hotel industry can make a difference by implementing practices and procedures to be more sustainable.
Students will understand the nature and impact of current and potential Contemporary issues that affect the hospitality industry. This unit will demonstrate the need for organisations to be flexible and to adapt to rapidly changing environments and customer demands.
Students will understand how to create a business plan for a hotel or hospitality organisation. Students will learn where the business is positioned in the current market, measure the performance and suggest opportunities for growth.
Level 4 sample certificate
Level 5 sample certificate
During the course of study for their diploma in Hospitality Management, students will gain skills in food and beverage supply chain Management, accounting and cost control, marketing in Hotel and leisure, and more. Upon successful completion of the course, students can pursue positions at hotels, restaurants, resorts, and other associated properties in the Hotel and Hospitality industry.