Business Management and Hospitality

The Pearson BTEC International Level 3 Extended Diploma in Business and Hospitality is a course intended for students who prefer to pursue applied learning in order to further their education, with the goal of eventually entering the business sector. The course content has been created in consultation with academics to ensure that it supports progression to higher education. Furthermore, employers and professional bodies have been consulted to confirm that the content is also relevant to current practice.

The hospitality management diploma is an internationally recognised course developed as a progression route to the professional qualifications offered by the Institute of Hospitality.

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The course reinforces our link to Switzerland and the Swiss hospitality industry, deemed to be the best in the world. Our students are already heading off to Les Roches, EHL and Glion in Switzerland and now we want to give them the best possible chance of success for their future pathways and careers.

Megan La Caze, Head of Secondary

The units in this course have been designed to support students in progressing to a range of sector-related courses in higher education and to link with relevant occupational areas. These units cover a variety of content areas such as human resources, accounting, management, retail, marketing, front office, and accommodation operations.

The course also includes a work experience unit, allowing all students to benefit from practical experience in the sector. We are delighted to be working with Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management, who will provide our students with practical experience and work experience in top world-wide hotels, including the Jumeirah Group.

Assessment of this BTEC qualification in Business and Hospitality is conducted continually throughout the course, providing students with feedback on their progress as they work towards the assessment and grading criteria. The assessment approach allows for a diverse range of activities, including assignment and project work, case studies, workplace assessment, role play, and oral presentations, to be used as evidence for assessment. Delivery strategies will reflect the nature of work within the business and hospitality sector, encouraging learners to conduct research and assessments in the workplace or in simulated working conditions wherever possible.

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