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STAGE 1: ON-CAMPUS
- Kitchen Operations Management
The purpose of this subject is to develop in students a basic understanding of commercial kitchen management and core culinary skills, both grounded in principles of sustainable practice.
- Food and Beverage Service
This unit will introduce students to food and beverage operations in an international hospitality context with an emphasis on cost control.
To develop effective communication skills as an independent learner and reflective practitioner.
- Wine Fundamentals
To provide students with a holistic understanding of wine: its material qualities, service and cultural importance; and the knowledge that will underpin a student’s professionalism in all aspects of wine provision, quality control and service in the context of the contemporary dining experience.
- Food and Beverage Cost Control
- The purpose of this unit is to develop in students an understanding of the knowledge and skills required by food and beverage service operations personnel within the international hospitality industry.
- Accounting Principles and Practices
The purpose of this unit is to introduce accounting concepts and skills to enable students to interpret financial reports and apply budgeting processes.
- Stage 1 Industry Workshop
The purpose of this unit is to provide a pre-placement opportunity for students to engage with industry professionals in a variety of industry settings to gain insights into innovative business operations, management styles and applications.
- Management Concepts
The purpose of this unit is to introduce and contextualise management concepts and theories using practical examples drawn from hospitality sectors.
STAGE 2: WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING 101
STAGE 3: ON CAMPUS
- Introduction To Marketing
The purpose of this unit is to relate socially responsible approaches to customer-centred marketing operations within the international hospitality industry.
- Hospitality Financial Management
The purpose of this unit is to provide students with the opportunity to develop their understanding of financial management techniques relating to the international hospitality industry.
- Human Resource Management
The purpose of this unit is to introduce students to the key principles, concepts, knowledge and skills required to manage human resources within a hospitality context.
- The Hospitality Experience
The purpose of this unit is to reflect on the concept of hospitality, considering historical and cultural perspectives and the idea of hospitality as an experience.
- Restaurant Concepts
The purpose of this unit is to research and apply concepts in the planning and design of restaurants.
- Food Quality Management
The purpose of this unit is to develop students' skills and knowledge to ensure safe commercial kitchen food handling, preparation and storage, consistent with HACCP.
- Culinary Practice
The purpose of this unit is to build on the introductory skills and knowledge that students gained in Kitchen Operations Management by developing intermediate and advanced culinary and management skills and knowledge.
STAGE 4: WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING 201
STAGE 5: ON CAMPUS
- Advanced Marketing
The purpose of this unit is to explore strategic marketing within an international context.
- Leadership and Management in Action
The purpose of this unit is to enable students to be flexible and adaptable in their leadership style according to the needs of employees, the business and the situation at hand.
- Hospitality Business Law
The purpose of this unit is to provide an overview of the legal system as a framework for the comprehension of legal obligations and responsibilities, tenders and service contracts, and common business situations that involve legal issues.
- Entrepreneurship and Business Management
To develop a sound understanding of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial process and to provide students with the opportunity to conceptualise and plan the development of either a hotel, restaurant, food, wine, tourism, hospitality or event related business from an entrepreneurial perspective.
- Strategic Management
To provide students with the opportunity to research and evaluate contemporary approaches to strategic management and their application to international hospitality businesses.
- Quality Service Management
The purpose of this unit is to develop in students an appreciation of quality and service excellence as a fundamental strategic orientation that delivers customer value and ensures superior performance and sustainable competitive advantage.
- Decision Making For Managers
The purpose of this unit is to apply knowledge and decision-making skills in various simulated (virtual and role-play) business management scenarios.
- Food and Wine Philosophy
The purpose of this unit is to synthesise all design and planning aspects of a bespoke dining experience. Based on group work the unit covers menu and recipe design, costing and service, using an applied gastronomic approach.