Programme Name WSQ DIPLOMA IN BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT
Programme Description A diploma programme designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed in the management of a beverage focused F&B outlet (e.g. bar). A diploma programme designed to provide students with a strong fundamental understanding in the key areas of tourism operations and management.
Modules
  • WSQ Analyse Alcoholic Beverage Business
  • Communications in Business
  • WSQ Comply with Legal Requirements
  • WSQ Coordinate Food and Beverage Service
  • WSQ Follow Food and Beverage Safety and Hygiene Policies and Procedures
  • Food Service Management
  • Fundamentals of Hospitality Hosting
  • WSQ Implement Loss Prevention
  • WSQ Implement Marketing Strategies
  • Industrial Attachment (6 Months)
  • WSQ Interact with and Serve Food and Beverage Guests
  • WSQ Maintain Food and Beverage Service Environment
  • WSQ Maintain Inventories
  • WSQ Manage Food and Beverage Operations
  • WSQ Prepare Alcoholic Drinks for Service
  • WSQ Prepare and Serve Alcoholic Beverages
  • WSQ Prepare and Serve Coffee and Tea
  • WSQ Prepare for Beverage Service (Mise En Place)
  • WSQ Prepare Non Alcoholic Beverages
  • WSQ Provide Essentials of Dining Room Service
  • WSQ Provide Hot Beverage Service
  • WSQ Provide Speciality Tea Service
  • WSQ Provide Specialty Coffee Service
  • WSQ Provide Wine Service
  • WSQ Study and Analyse Spirits
  • WSQ Study and Analyse Wine 1
  • WSQ Study and Analyse Wine 2
  • WSQ Study and Analyse Wine 3
  • WSQ Study and Analyse Wine 4
  • WSQ Study and Serve Spirits
  • WSQ Study and Serve Wine
  • WSQ Study Spirits
  • WSQ Study Wine and Spirits
  • WSQ Supervise Staff
  • Advanced English: Writing Skills and College Writing
  • Application of Host Communications
  • Business Statistics
  • Communication in Business
  • Destination Planning and Development
  • Essential Restaurant Service
  • Food Science and Hygiene
  • Food Service Management
  • Foundations in Beverage Knowledge
  • Foundations in Food Knowledge
  • Fundamentals of Hospitality Hosting
  • Hospitality Law
  • Hospitality Sales and Marketing
  • Industrial Attachment (6 Months)
  • Introduction to Management Information Systems
  • Leisure Management
  • Lodging Operations
  • Managing Costs in Food and Beverage Operations
  • Meetings; Incentives; Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE)
  • Microeconomics
  • Principles of Accounting
  • Principles of Communication
  • Principles of Management
  • Project (Organising an Outbound Tour)
  • Quality Service in Hospitality
  • Strategic Management
  • The Evolving Tourism Landscape
  • Tourism Attractions
  • Tourism Geography
  • Tourism Management (Integrated Resorts)
  • Travel and Tour Operations
Entry Requirements Local Students

  • Obtained at least a C6 at GCE O Levels in any three subjects; OR Pass in NITEC or equivalent
  • At least a C6 at GCE O Level English

International Students

  • 11 years of formal education or equivalent; AND
  • Band 5.5 in IELTS; OR
  • Minimum score of 79 points (internet-based total) or 213 points (computer-based total) in TOEFL; OR
  • Pass in SHATEC English Test; OR
  • Pass in Certificate in Hospitality English or equivalent
Certification WSQ Diploma in Beverage Management awarded by SkillsFuture Singapore Diploma in Tourism Management awarded by SHATEC
Method of Assessment Written/Practical Assessment
Programme Duration*
(Full/Part Time)
Full Time: 15 months

Part Time: 24 months

Full Time: 18 months

Part Time: 30 months

Commencement /End Dates Customised
Industrial Attachment 6 months
Programme Fees* Please contact us for a quotation.
Teacher-Student Ratio The average teacher-to-student ratio is 1:40 for theory lessons and 1:20 for practical lessons
Remarks *The fees and duration of customised programmes may differ depending on class size and frequency of lessons. Please contact our friendly consultants for more information.
Programme Name PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT
Programme Description An industry programme designed for adults to enhance their understanding in the key areas of hospitality operations and management.
Modules
  • Financial Management
  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Food and Beverage Promotions
  • Front Office Management
  • Hotel Management – Principles and Applications
  • Housekeeping Operations and Management
  • Human Resource Development
  • Human Resource Management
  • Kitchen Operations
  • Principles of Communication
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Tourism Psychology
Entry Requirements Local Students

  • GCE ‘O’ Level

International Students

  • 11 Years of General Education

Work Experience Requirement

  • 3 years working in a hotel and is currently in an executive or supervisory position
Certification Professional Diploma in Hotel Management awarded by SHATEC
Method of Assessment Written/Practical Assessment
Programme Duration*
(Full/Part Time)
Full Time: N/A

Part Time: 24 months

Commencement /End Dates Customised
Industrial Attachment Nil
Programme Fees* Please contact us for a quotation.
Teacher-Student Ratio The average teacher-to-student ratio is 1:40 for theory lessons and 1:20 for practical lessons
Remarks *The fees and duration of customised programmes may differ depending on class size and frequency of lessons. Please contact our friendly consultants for more information.