MARINE RECREATIONAL TOURISM exposes students to marine-based recreational activities within the tourism industry. Students will develop competencies in overall operations and management of marine-based recreational activities. All recreational activities will be conducted based on international safety and risk management plan standards. To ensure successful implementation of this course, the teaching and learning process must apply flexible and innovative scheduling strategies.
RECREATIONAL OPERATION exposes students to recreation concept and principle, recreational management, performing traditional play, indoor based activities and outdoor adventure recreation. Student will understand about instructor-ship and safety and management planning in recreation within the tourism industry. Student will also be competent in the overall operation of green indoor and outdoor recreational activities.
- RECREATIONAL PROJECT course exposes the students on knowledge and skills such as management, marketing, accounting, and interpretation. The project consists of case studies, scientific research or leisure and recreation product. Each student will be supe
- RECREATIONAL FACILITY DESIGN AND MAINTENANCE exposes students to foundation of recreation facility management, recreation facility design and development, managing recreation equipment, recreation facility maintenance and auxiliaries of recreation facilities within the tourism and recreation industry. Students will develop competencies in the overall recreation facility operation of managing equipment and maintenance. Student also will learn to evaluate and designing the recreation facility master plan and sustainable blueprint. To ensure successful implementation of this course, the teaching and learning process must apply and conduct outdoor learning programme strategies.
FRONT OFFICE PRACTICE exposes students to the
structure, requirements and the role of front office operation in ensuring the
success of tourism and hospitality business. Students will develop knowledge
and competencies of front office operations including guest reservation, registration
and receptions, accounts, cashier and night audit, concierge and guest
services. Students are able to use the front office systems, assess and
interpret data, and understand the vital role of the front office as the
interdepartmental cooperation and communication link to other departments in an
organization. This course also emphasizes the importance of front desk
excellent personal development and customer service.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. Explain front office organizational structure, relationship with other
departments, types of room and factors affecting room rates effectively.
2. Perform effective telephone handling procedures, handling counter services, product information and customer request.3. Show functions and duties in handling reservation, check-in, check-out and special procedures correctly.
RECREATIONAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT exposes students to recreation resources management, recreation resources inventory process, maintenance of recreation resources, land and water resources for outdoor recreation, outdoor recreation partners and providers and also issues in recreation resources management. Student also will learn to understand the green recreation resources inventory process and responsibility of a recreation resource inventory. To ensure successful implementation of this course, the teaching and learning process must apply and implement interactive learning activities strategies.
RECREATIONAL VOLUNTEERISM exposes students to the knowledge and understanding of volunteering concept. Students will also gain knowledge on the functions of National and International organizations involved in community volunteerism. Students are requires to prepare program budgets, set program objectives, plan and organize an efficient program. The course also looks at the operational planning as well as managing, implementing and evaluating the program.
RECREATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT exposes students to the knowledge and
understanding of leisure and recreation risks management. Students also gain
knowledge planning and strategy in managing risks in various situation and
locations at the recreational area. This course will also enable students how to
handle risk management to the guest or customers when accidents occur during
leisure and recreational activities. Students are also exposed to the
implementation of low impact activities to reduce environmental impact.
FUNDAMENTALS OF TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY exposes students to the foundation of tourism and hospitality sectors, including the significance of tourism to the host and global communities. Students are also introduced to the career, academic and entrepreneurial prospects which exist in the industry. The reality of workplace demands and employability skills in the tourism and hospitality profession are also shown. Students are exposed to the importance of sustainable tourism practice in tourism and hospitality. Students are given the opportunity to gain experience through talks on tourism and hospitality industry delivered by invited guest speakers.
NATURE INTERPRETATION SERVICES expose student to nature interpretation and acquire a broad understanding
of the definition, objective, function, principle, role, career opportunity and
attributes of nature interpretation. The student will have the skills and attributes on
how to becomes a successful nature interpreter. Interpretive technique and
media will also be thought in order to enhance students creativity and
motivation towards giving excellent services to the tourist. Ethics and guiding
technique will be among the criterias
hightlight while students perform
nature interpretation activities. To
ensure successful implementation of this course, the teaching and learning
process must apply and conduct outdoor learning programme strategies.
RECREATIONAL FACILITY DESIGN AND MAINTENANCE exposes students to
the foundation of recreation facility management, facility design and development,
equipment management, facility maintenance and auxiliaries of recreation facilities
within the tourism and recreation industry. Students will develop competencies in the
overall recreation facility operation in managing and maintenance the recreational
equipment. To ensure successful implementation of this course, the teaching and
learning process must being conduct in indoor and outdoor learning programmed
strategies in recreational organizations.
FUNDAMENTAL OF RECREATION exposes students to the profile, complexity, trends and
interrelation of recreation. Students are also introduced to the career and academic prospects which exist in the industry. The reality of workplace demands and employability skills in recreation profession are also shown. Students are exposed to the importance of sustainable tourism practice in recreation. Students are given the opportunity to gain experience through talks on tourism and hospitality industry delivered by invited guest speakers.
TOURIST GUIDING TECHNIQUES exposes students to the major aspects of
professional tour guiding: public speaking, communication skills, interpretation, and
tour commentary. Students will gain hands-on experience in designing, conducting,
guiding and managing a sightseeing tour, delivering tour commentary on-site and
conducting a group tour operation to completion.