Academic Programme

Qualifications

The following are awarded by ICHM.

  1. ICHM Diploma of Hospitality Management
  2. ICHM Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management)

Intakes and Weekly Timetable

Information on intake dates and weekly timetable are available upon request. You may contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by contacting a representative through the SOHM Contact Form.

Course Progression and Duration of Study

Students are to complete two academic years with SISFU from which they are to accomplish the ICHM Diploma of Hospitality Management and the first two years of academic studies for the ICHM Bachelor of Business. They then complete 500 hours of local work experience before continuing the Bachelor of Business. There is the option to continue at the ICHM campus in Adelaide, Australia.

All may be completed within just three years!

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Term 1

15 weeks

Term 2

15 weeks

Term 3

12-14 weeks

Term 4

15 weeks

Term 5

15 weeks

Term 6

500 hours

Term 7

500 hours

Term 8

15 weeks

Term 9

15 weeks

Hospitality & Tourism Industry Perspectives—4.8 credit points

Food Service Operations & Standards—4.8 credit points

Communications in Hospitality Businesses—4.8 credit points

Beverage Service Operations & Standards—4.8 credit points

Software Applications in Hospitality Businesses—4.8 credit points

Industry Placement Workshops

Industry Placement 1

15 credit points

Supervising Rooms Division Service Standards —4.5 credit points

Human Resource Development—4.5 credit points

Property, Safety and Security Management—4.5 credit points

Hospitality Operational

Planning and Control—4.5 credit points

Marketing and Sales in Hospitality Businesses—4.5 credit points

Professional Wine Studies—4.5 credit points

Creating the Guest Experience—4.5 credit points

Industry Placement Workshops

Industry Placement 2

16.5 credit points

Industry Placement 3

16.5 credit points

Managing Business Financial Performance—4.5 credit points

Managing Productivity Through People—4.5 credit points

Managing Food and Beverage Operations—4.5 credit points

Managing Rooms Division

Operations—4.5 credit points

The Changing Economic

Environment—4.5 credit points

Sustainable Hospitality

Environments—4.5 credit points

International Wine—4.5 credit points

Management of Functions and Events—4.5 credit points

Restaurant Operations, Service Standards and Systems—4.6 credit points

Rooms Division Services & Standards—4.8 credit points

Monitoring Financial Performance in Hospitality Businesses—4.8 credit points

Kitchen Operations and Standards—4.8 credit points

Measuring Business Financial Performance—4.5 credit points

RPL and Credit Transfers

Students are encouraged to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or credit transfers for study taken at another institution; as well as time they may have spent working in the hospitality industry. You may refer to ICHM's Policy on RPL and Credit Transfers.