The aim of the Higher Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality, with specialisation in the accommodation sector, is to equip learners with knowledge, skills, values and attitudes that will enable them to
become confident and independent and to make responsible contributions to the ever changing industry of Tourism and Hospitality.
The Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality in the Accommodation Sector promotes the enhancement, marketability and employability of learners and has the purpose of providing benefits to the
economy by developing citizenship, increasing social and economic productivity providing specifically skilled/professional people and transforming the redressing of legacies of inequity. Additionally,
it provides opportunities for continued personal intellectual growth, gainful economic activity and valuable contributions to society in the fields traditionally associated with financial services
Experiential learning is critical to teaching and learning and is an important and integral part of your formal training. You need to complete 200 notional hours
of experiential learning during the programme.