Catering and Accommodation Management Diploma at Coast Institute of Technology.

Coast Institute of Technology
3 years

This Catering and Accommodation Management course offered at Coast Institute of Technology is a 3 years Diploma program accredited by KNEC.

Catering and Accommodation Management

Catering management is part of the food services industry, and involves the planning and organization of food and beverage services for various types of events. Important aspects of catering management include: meeting customer expectations, maintaining food and hygiene standards, and meeting financial targets.

Accommodation Management is part of the hospitality sector and involves the configuration of a variety of options related to room inventory and rooms management for overnight stays, whether that is one or many nights.

This Diploma in Catering and Accommodation Management is a three year course designed to equip the learners with the skill and knowledge that will prepare them for challenging roles in the hospitality industry.

Students of this Catering and Accommodation Diploma program are equipped with strong organizational and time management skills in order to gain a better understanding of the world of the hospitality sector.

Internship Opportunities
Many catering and hotel management diploma programs include an internship that provides students with hands-on experience working in the hospitality industry.
During the internship students shadow hotel managers and help with all aspects of the job. Your internship experience may vary based on the type of hotel you are interning in, whether a luxury resort, a large chain motel, or a historic bed and breakfast.

Possible career prospects include:

  • Restaurant Supervisor
  • Room Attendant
  • Waiter/Waitress
  • Teaching
  • Self-employment in Catering
  • Chef
  • Event manager
  • Hotel manager

Catering and Accommodation Management Entry Requirements

  • KCSE Mean Grade C- (Minus) or
  • Pass in relevant Craft Course or
  • Equivalent qualification approved by KNEC.
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