Students undertaking this major gain essential knowledge and skills required when dealing with personnel from diverse cultural backgrounds. Common law and legislation, as well as training needs for employees, are essential for human resource development in the hospitality industry.
OUR GRADUATES SPEAK - AMBER MCNAIR
Amber McNair found out that a co-op placement with AUT’s Bachelor of International Hospitality Management can increase your chances of getting the job you want.
Amber matched workplace experience with theory she’d learned from AUT and established a reputation for herself in the hospitality industry.
216800 Hospitality Career Development
217801 Hospitality Employment Relations
466649 Training and Development
466651 Leadership for Change
467809 International Human Resource Management
467945 Issues in Human Resource Management