|1.||Analyse the fundamental elements of social, cultural, political, economic, legal and regulatory dimensions of effective business practice within the hotel or hospitality sector;|
|2.||Analyse and examine business problems and apply critical thinking and problem solving strategies to resolve these;|
|3.||Demonstrate developing knowledge, skills and understanding of fundamental aspects of a range of common hospitality and hotel management skill sets within a professional framework;|
|4.||Apply team-work skills to work collaboratively on open-ended tasks and solve unpredictable and sometimes complex business related challenges; and|
|5.||Investigate and develop theoretical and technical skills, interests and career motivation in individual and team settings.|
|Case Study||Problem working activities||20%|
|Project||Industry challenge project||50%|
|Presentation||Industry challenge project||10%|
Strategies for Creative Problem Solving, 3rd edition,
Fogler, HS, LeBlanc, SE, Rizzo, B. 2014,
Prentice-Hall Ed., New Jersey.
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