OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management


The objective of the OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management qualification is designed for tourism industry professionals with the specialist knowledge needed to advance their careers or for graduates entering the tourism and hospitality sector to gain the skills required to manage business operations. Learners can use the qualification to analyse complex management challenges and apply and adapt expert skills and technical terminology to suggest solutions based on best practices and current research.

Successful completion of this qualification will enable learners to progress into or within employment and continue their study towards a relevant Master’s programme with advanced standing. The qualification also provides learners with a contemporary, critical, and international programme that supports their development as managers with a lifelong-learning orientation.

  • All the important management theories and models are covered in this course. As a result, the students will gain a better understanding of the various management techniques that are applicable in the workplace.
  • Will be helpful to the students to develop their problem-solving skills through the practical application of the various management models and theories.
  • A nationally – recognised qualification, the credits earned at this course can be transferred to other courses, if the students want to pursue MBA or any other Masters.
  • On successful completion of the course the students will be able to demonstrate their proficiency in the various management practices which will improve their chances of making a successful career progression.

OTHM is an established and recognised Awarding Organisation (Certification Body) launched in 2003. All qualifications of OTHM is approved and regulated by Ofqual (Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) and recognised by Qualifications Wales. OTHM is also a full member of Federation of Awarding Bodies (FEB). UK universities recognise OTHM qualifications and allow OTHM graduates to join relevant Bachelor Degree Final year/Master/MBA top-up programmes.

  • Access to our cutting-edge learning management platform where you can access vital learning resources and communicate with the support desk team.
  • Quality learning materials such as structured lecture notes, study guides, practical applications which includes real-world examples, and case studies that will enable you to apply your knowledge. Learning materials are provided in one of the three formats, such as PDF, PowerPoint, or Interactive Text Content on the learning portal.
  • Formative assessment feedback will be provided by the tutors to improve the learners’ achievements.
  • Assessment materials are accessible through our online learning platform
  • Supervision for all modules
  • Multiplatform accessibility through online learning platform. This facilitates SBL in providing learners with course materials directly through smartphones, laptops, tablets, or desktops, offering students the opportunity to study at their convenience.
  • Time-constrained scenario-based assignments
  • No examinations

The qualifications have been made available to all without any artificial barriers that deny the access and progression. The primary requirement is to get through the interview, and they are expected to hold the following

  • An honor’s degree in related subject or UK level 6 diploma or an equivalent overseas qualification
  • Learner must be 18 years or older at the beginning of the course
  • Mature learners (over 21) with management experience
  • International students whose first language is not in English, they will need to have score of 5.5 or above in IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

Learners completing the OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management will allow progress to:

  • Master’s top-up programs at many universities in the UK and overseas with advanced standing; or
  • Directly into employment in an associated profession

Further information is available here 

https://www.othm.org.uk/university-progression.html

 

The qualification provides enormous opportunities to learners who are looking for a career and professional development.

The highlighting factor of this qualification is that:

The learners attain career path support who wishes to pursue their career in their denominated sectors;

It helps in providing a deep understanding of the tourism and hospitality sector, and to manage the organisations; which will in-turn help in enhancing the learner’s insight to their chosen sector.

The Qualification provides a real combination of disciplines and skills development opportunities. The Learners attains in-depth awareness concerning the functioning, aims and processes of the organisation. They can also explore the way to respond positively to this challenging and complex tourism and hospitality environment. The learners will be introduced in managing the wide range of tourism and hospitality functions using theory, practice sessions and models that provide the valuable knowledge. As a part of this suite of qualifications, the learners will be able to explore and attain hands-on training and experience in this field. Learners also attain the ability to face and solve issues then and there by the exposure to all the Units. The qualification will also help to

 

  • Apply scientific and evaluative methods and to develop those skills.
  • Find out threats and opportunities.
  • Develop knowledge in managerial, organisational and environmental issues.
  • Develop and empower critical thinking and innovativeness to handle issues and difficulties.
  • Practice judgement, own and take responsibility for decisions and actions
  • Develop the capacity to perceive and reflect on individual learning and improving their own, social and other transferable aptitudes and skills.

The OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management consists of 6 mandatory units for a combined total of 120 credits, 1200 hours Total Qualification Time (TQT) and 600 Guided Learning Hours (GLH) for the completed qualification.

Learners must request before enrolment to interchange unit(s) other than the preselected units shown in the SBL website because we need to make sure the availability of learning materials for the requested unit(s). SBL will reject an application if the learning materials for the requested interchange unit(s) are unavailable.

Learners are not allowed to make any request to interchange unit(s) once enrolment is complete.


Reference No : J/616/2693

Credit : 20 || TQT : 200

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ ability to analyse the role of technology within the tourism and hospitality industry, including the evaluation of the impacts of latest and emerging technology on organisational operations. Learners will consider the emergence of the e tourism concept and analyse the influence of social media from both consumer and organisation perspectives.

Reference No : L/616/2694

Credit : 20 || TQT : 200

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ ability to analyse the role of tourism and therefore the visitor economy in modern international tourism destinations from a variety of theoretical perspectives. Learners will gain a critical understanding of broader perspectives required to manage and market tourism within the modern international city, and to implement their tourism and marketing strategies.

Reference No : R/616/2695

Credit : 20 || TQT : 200

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ critical understanding of the principles of tourism policy and how these relate to issues of development. Learners will evaluate theories of international development and apply these to a tourism context. Learners will also apply development indicators and create proposals for tourism projects to address development problems.

Reference No : Y/616/2696

Credit : 20 || TQT : 200

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ ability to critically analyse the role of technology within the tourism and hospitality industry, including the evaluation of the impacts of new and emerging technology on organisational operations. Learners will consider the emergence of the etourism concept and analyse the influence of social media from both consumer and organisation perspectives.

Reference No : H/616/2698

Credit : 20 || TQT : 200

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding of a spread of theoretical and empirical approaches to organisational behaviour within the tourism and hospitality industry. Learners will examine concepts of culture and its multifaceted impacts on managerial behaviour. Learners will review and analyse issues that managers must meet and resolve. Learners will gain a close grounding in managing in several cultural contexts and within the management of diverse individuals, groups and teams.

Reference No : D/616/2697

Credit : 20 || TQT : 200

The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ research skills, examining and critiquing a spread of research paradigms and techniques, along with their application to tourism and hospitality research. The unit will provide learners with the abilities and knowledge required to spot and investigate problems and issues within tourism and hospitality and to use appropriate research methods.

Delivery Methods

School of Business London follows online learning methodology which makes it as flexible and easy method of delivery for the learners. This helps the learners to complete their program as per their convenience and ease. The program is self-paced and accomplished through our cutting-edge Learning Management System.

We at SBL offer outstanding support and infrastructure to our learners. We indeed pursue a smart learning approach where the traditional regular classroom-based learning is replaced by web-based learning and the support level is incredibly high. Learners enrolled at SBL are allocated a dedicated tutor who provides learners with comprehensive guidance and support from start to finish of the course.

Resources and Support

School of Business London is dedicated to offering excellent support on every step of your learning journey. School of Business London occupies a centralised learning management system, through which our support team liaises with both tutors and learners to provide guidance, assessment feedback, and any other study support adequately and promptly. Once a learner raises a support request through the LMS (Be it for guidance, assessment feedback or any additional assistance), one of the support team members assign the relevant to request to an allocated tutor. As soon as the support receives a response from the allocated tutor, it will be made available to the learner in the portal. LMS is in place to assist the learners adequately and to streamline all the support process efficiently.

Quality learning materials made by industry experts is a significant competitive edge of School of Business London. Quality learning materials comprised of structured lecture notes, study guides, practical applications which includes real-world examples, and case studies that will enable you to apply your knowledge. Learning materials are provided in one of the three formats, such as PDF, PowerPoint, or Interactive Text Content on the learning portal.

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