About this course:
This Programme offers a perfect balance of operations and academics with hand-on training towards cruise services. It is designed for individuals who aspire to begin a career in cruise hospitality management or would like to assume greater responsibilities in the tourism & hospitality sector but seek professional training to formally recognize their skills. Participants will acquire an integrated knowledge of the best industry practices and the operation of cruise. It covers a variety of content, which includes hands-on practicum, practical placement, career preparation, and English language modules.
The objective is to enable prospective students to gain a thorough understanding of this unique and niche employment area and have a critical awareness of the issues that underpin best practice.
This diploma ensures that the students develop vocationally relevant managerial skills needed for cruise employment. It englobes real world exposure and hand-on practical through work-based learning. Students who complete this programme will be well-rounded and prepared to thrive in a career in hospitality and cruises.
Term 1 (15 weeks)
– Basic of Cruise Ship
– Effective Customer Service & Corporate Grooming
– Food & Beverages Services
– Culinary Theory
Term 2 (15 weeks)
– Restaurant Setting and Management
– Alternate Communication in the T & H Services (Spanish)
– Cruise Housekeeping
– Health & Safety Standards
Term 3 (~12 Weeks, Flexible)
Practical Training / Internship Placement, include on-going assessment by faculty and supervisors of student skills and ongoing student evaluation of their experiences.
Professional Development including CV preparation, job interviewing skills and networking opportunities.
Accreditation: The Awarding body is the Confederation of Tourism & Hospitality (CTH) located in the United Kingdom. This programme is also approved by the Mauritius Qualifications Authority (MQA).
CTH Level 2 (UK)
NQF Level 6 (Mauritius)
Cost: The program fee has been fixed at $3500 USD for international students and at 95000 MUR for Mauritian students. Expenses such as housing and living expenses are not including in the price mentioned above.
Admission Requirements: To apply, students must submit: an application form, a copy of passport (or National Identity Card for Mauritians), and a copy of school results with a minimum of ‘O’ level or equivalent.
Placement: Students are guaranteed an internship placement in the third term, in addition to a career preparation module.
There is a high chance that students will be placed in full-time positions upon completion of the entire programme. Full time placement after the programme is based on the student’s level, qualifications, and availability of positions at that time.
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