The Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management offers skills programmes (short courses), one-year Certificates, two-year Diplomas and a three-year Advanced Diploma.
The Tourism Hospitality Education Training Authority (THETA) programmes are Unit Standard based and consist of 30% academic or theoretical work (lecture based) and 70% practical training within the Hotel School. Programmes commence in January of each year. On the completion of the modules, assessments are conducted between the learner and the assessor. On successful completion of the first year course or any part thereof, a student may be issued with either a certificate of competency of will be declared competent in the courses that they might have been found to be competent in.
Click to view the Confirmation of Provider Accreditation issued by THETA
|Hospitality Management||Certificate in Hospitality Reception|
|Food and Beverage Management||Food and Beverage Services|
|Professional Cookery||Professional Cookery|
|Accommodation Services||Accommodation Services|
|Skills Programmes (short courses)|
|Hospitality||Cultural Site Guiding|
|Porter Skills Program||Cultural Site Guide|
|Room Attendant||Nature Site Guide|
|Food Service Assistant||Nature Conservation|
|Table Attendant||Natural Resource Management|
|Assistant Chef||Adventure Site Guide|
|Convenience Food Cook|
Skills programmes are NQF (National Qualifications Framework) aligned, suitable for people that are currently employed in the industry as well as young people wanting to enter the hospitality industry. We offer these skills programmes mostly to mines, hospitals and government departments.