National Diploma in Hospitality Management course – Gain three diplomas and a certificate in just 18 months of study!

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The National Diploma in Hospitality Management (level five on the national framework) is a widely recognised and highly regarded qualification, not just in New Zealand, but overseas as well.  Crown Institute has been offering the course for over twelve years now and we’ve seen hundreds of graduates gain exciting jobs in a variety of different areas in the hospitality industry.
The Crown course is comprised of four fourteen-week terms, a total on just 56 weeks.  Each term students gain a thorough understanding of skills required to work in the hospitality sector including…

  1. Commercial accommodation management
  2. Business management
  3. Food and beverage management
  4. Human resource management

Along with the National Diploma in Hospitality Management students also gain the City & Guilds (London) Diploma in Reception Operations and Services and the National Certificate in Hospitality Front Office Level 3.
Our students are encouraged to take part in Crown‘s Work Experience Programme as part of their training.  This gives you the opportunity to network with people working in the hospitality sector and gain a real insight into different areas of the industry.  Click HERE to find out more about the programme.
And by completing just three more business papers, you can also achieve the New Zealand Institute of Management (NZIM) Diploma in Management (level five).
That’s three diplomas and a certificate in only 18 months of study!
Some of Crown Institute’s recent graduates are working on Super Yachts, running their own establishments, training new recruits and working in some of Auckland’s prestigious hotels.
To find out more about studying hospitality at Crown Institute, contact Crown Institute on 0800 357 316 or info@crown.ac.nz.  Our next courses start 2 September 2013.

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Crown is first-rate in the field of business, hospitality, travel and tourism, and is one of the longest-running tertiary institutes in New Zealand. Having been established since 1972 (that’s 48 years of teaching!) our fundamental principles of providing caring and innovative training have not changed one bit! However, we’re not stuck in the times, either. In fact, we are constantly improving our practices! We keep our courses and teaching methods fresh and relevant through Crown’s strong connection with reputable partners in the industry.

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