1. Students are given practical instruction in and exposure to the constituent elements of the tourism industry in line with international travel agency best practise.
2. Students will be expected to have abundant knowledge of domestic and international travel, be able to meet and greet international tourists and be able to act as tour guides or tour managers as appropriate.
3. Students are trained in all aspects of hotel management for both business, in the internationally recognised MICE sense, and leisure, up to and including the running of resorts.
4. Students are taught the skills necessary to cater for all aspects of tourism from operations through to management and, indeed, to the development of tourism programs at local, national and international levels.