Sustainability in Tourism and Hospitality (Micro-credential)
Eastern Institute of Technology Ltd
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A candidate for admission to the Sustainability in Tourism and Hospitality micro-credential must have basic skills in computing. Learners are also required to access most of the learning material online so internet access is essential.
There are no other minimum entry requirements, but it is expected that learners will be working in either the tourism or hospitality sector and have access and permission to use their own workplace as the basis for their learning and their ability to meet the learning outcomes.
This micro-credential is not offered to international students unless their employer either organises the training or requires or funds the student's enrolment.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
This micro-credential provides learners with the knowledge and skills to develop, improve and evaluate sustainable business practices for the Tourism or Hospitality industries.
Examples of related scholarships
Ikawai Community Scholarship
Waimate Accountants - Ikawai Community Scholarship Fund C/-
Varies, could be up to $5000
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