March & September
Full-time/Evening classroom based
Laksamana College of Business
The Higher National Diploma is best suited for students who have has some academic experience within hospitality, however the two year programme is also designed for students who have never taken a hospitality subject. The course focuses on the management aspect of running various hospitality businesses, such as hotels, restaurants, and event management. The programme adapts fundamental business subjects and concepts, like marketing, business management and finance, and places them in a hospitality setting.
- Designing a food and beverage service, implemented by our Culinary School Restaurant
- Practical leadership and management skills
- Planning and managing an event
Upon the completion of Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management, students have direct entry into second year of:
- BA (Hons) International Tourism Management
BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management
- 4 GCE O Level Passes in English medium subjects or 2 in Malay
and 2 in English medium subjects
- Pearson BTEC Level 2 Certificate
- BDTVEC Pre-National Diploma
- NTEC Diploma or equivalent
The Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management offers students five specialist pathways designed to support progression into relevant occupational areas or on to degree-level study. These pathways are linked to Professional Body standards and can provide professional status and progression to direct employment.
The Level 5 Higher National Diploma offers the following specialist pathways for students who wish to concentrate on a particular aspect of hospitality:
- Culinary Arts Management
- Food and Beverage
- Accommodation and Revenue Management
- Innovative Marketing and Sales
BTEC offers career-based qualifications designed to give students the skills they need to move on to higher education or to go straight into employment. BTEC develops a range of practical skills and knowledge which help learners to prepare for and progress in their chosen career.
Classroom style teaching combined with the project work and practical, work-related activities help to develop student’s behaviour and skills which can include teamwork, creative thinking and presentation skills.
More employers and Higher Education institutions than ever before are choosing BTEC-qualified candidates for their academic and practical. knowledge and skills