Study with us to improve your skills and knowledge in Financial Management and Revenue Management. With both introductory and advanced levels available, our courses have been specifically written for the hospitality sector by specialist educators and industry-leaders and reflect the need for learners to be continuing in full-time work whilst studying.
All our courses are endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality, demonstrating that they adhere to good practice standards in training and training delivery, are relevant to the needs of the industry and meet a wide range of essential criteria relating to quality standards.
All learners have free access to The Business Source® Corporate Plus database which contains:
More than 5,600 full-text business magazines, journals and trade publications and 1,300 full-text newspapers
All learners enjoy student membership of HOSPA providing a range of benefits including discounted rates for the annual HOSPA Conference, HOSPACE.
Debra leads the HOSPA Professional Development team and is Course Manager to both the Financial Management and Revenue Management programmes.
Passionate about inspiring the next generation of Revenue Managers and as the founder of NextGenRevenue, she has over 20 years’ experience in Hotel Revenue Management and Distribution.
Sue is an experienced education administrator working with our learners, tutors and partners to ensure the smooth running of all our courses. She also has a background in Learning Technology.
At Carden Park our ethos is to ‘grow our own’, we ensure that our team has the opportunity to develop within their roles and HOSPA has been a big part of this for our finance and food and beverage teams.
The course has really helped me to understand the theory behind the practice of Hotel Revenue Management, and putting the knowledge I gained to practice throughout the Revenue Management course also helped me to increase occupancy and ADR in my previous role as a Reservations Manager at the Alona Hotel.
The course allowed me to take what I knew purely in practice and apply it in a structured theoretical and strategic manner.
The main advantage of the course is being able to link this all back to the text and resource material. Some finance courses are generic, however with HOSPA the examples and case studies are relatable to our industry, allowing you to take learnings from the studies and apply them to your own working environment.
The course has opened more doors for me professionally. It’s a widely recognised qualification that I’ll have on my CV for life, and it’s given me a full and broad understanding of the finance function within the hospitality industry.
The HOSPA course allowed me to gain additional knowledge about Total Revenue Management, while using different assignments to apply theoretical knowledge to my current set of properties. It also provided access to an impressive set of learning resources.
The programme of courses in Financial Accounting and Management Accounting are recognised throughout the hospitality industry and completion of the full
programme provides exemptions from two papers on the Chartered Institute of
Management Accountants (CIMA) Certificate in Business Accounting.
Each course costs £820 (plus VAT); this includes everything you will need for your
studies including all study materials, online tutor support, revision papers,
examinations and membership with HOSPA for the duration of your study.
Each course takes approximately 5 months to complete with enrolment in March and
September of each year.
It is possible to defer your studies to a new cohort start date. All assignment grades achieved to date will be held for you. There is a small deferral
fee to cover administration.
At the beginning of the course, learners are sent their course pack.
Learners have free access to EBSCO Publishing’s database Business Source™ Corporate which provides full text articles from over 5,600 quality business journals covering management, economics, finance, accounting, international business and much more.
All our courses are endorsed by the Institute of Hospitality, demonstrating that
they adhere to good practice standards in training and training delivery, are
relevant to the needs of the industry and meet a wide range of essential
criteria relating to quality standards and quality learning outcomes.
On successful completion of all 3 levels of a programme of study you will be
awarded Certified Associate membership status of HOSPA and will be able to use
the letters AHOSPA Cert after your name.
We appreciate that it is not always possible to stick rigidly to the submission
deadlines. If you think you do not have sufficient time to complete your assignment on time, contact the Course Tutor so that a new submission date can be agreed.
All payments must be received prior to a course commencing. Refunds cannot be made once a course commences.
This depends on the individual, but on average you should allow 4 to 6 hours of study per week.