To register for the ICM Diploma in Hospitality Management, and accelerate your progress down your chosen career path, you need a pass in the ICM Hotel and Catering Supervision Certificate.
Alternatively, you must be over 19 years old and have at least two years’ proven full-time practical work experience in the hospitality industry.
The travel and tourism industry is a growing market and careers in this field are exciting and challenging. The Institute for Commercial Management (ICM) offers you a globally recognised qualification in this industry.
Over the last 30 years, ICM has established its reputation for providing practical and progressive programmes to support your career development as well as your mobility in the job market.
The ICM qualification enables you to understand the global structure of the industry and gives you the business skills necessary to help you succeed in the competitive world of travel and tourism.
The 5 subjects in the ICM Diploma in Hospitality Management syllabus are:
- Accounting, Purchasing and Cost Control
- Hotel and Catering Law
- The Human Resource in Hospitality
- Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism
- Hospitality Management
- You can see the syllabus in detail on the ICM website