CRICOS Code: 103748K
Duration: up to 36 weeks
Training Delivery: Sydney Campus @ 552 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Mode of delivery: Face to Face.
The English for Hospitality and Tourism course provides both an introduction to general hospitality and tourism communicative tasks and vocabulary but also introduces some academic and technical English used in the industry. The course is designed to equip students with the necessary language skills in hotels, catering and tourism by providing the English needed for dealing with customers effectively. The English for Hospitality and Tourism course prepares students for a diverse range of communicative tasks and functions typical of work in the hospitality industry, like managing phone calls and correspondence, offering advice on attractions and solving customer service problems. Upon progressing to a higher level, the course will enable students to get an introduction to lectures and general/academic written texts.
International students must be a minimum of 18 years of age and English proficiency of IELTS 4.0 or equivalent.
Attaining the level of Upper Intermediate language proficiency should enable people working in the tourism and hospitality industry to take an active part in working life either in a local hotel, restaurant or similar facility or in an international hotel, restaurant or similar facility. It enables them for working in an English’s speaking country as well.
Upon successful completion of the Upper Intermediate English for Hospitality and Tourism course, students may have the option for study in courses offered by Evolution or other colleges.
The English for Hospitality and Tourism is three-level, competency-based course centred around the principles of Whole English Approach and Communicative Language Teaching. The content is delivered over a period of 12 weeks each at Pre-intermediate, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate levels.