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Revenue Management & Distribution - Cork

Lifelong Learning
CR_FTCXXA_8

This course explores the rationale, theory and practice of Revenue Management and Distribution, which seeks to maximise the revenue and profit generated by the limited capacity associated with hospitality businesses.

Award Name Single Module Certificate
NFQ Classification
Awarding Body Munster Technological University
NFQ Level
Award Name NFQ Classification Awarding Body NFQ Level
Single Module Certificate Munster Technological University
Course Provider:
Location:
Cork City
Attendance Options:
Part time, Evening
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Course provider

Duration

1 Semester, Part-time.

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements
This course is suitable for learners who have previously undertaken courses in tourism or hospitality operations, along with those who have sufficient industry experience in the area.

What is RPL?
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is when formal recognition is given for what you already know prior to starting on a programme or module. With recognition of prior learning the focus is on learning and not on experience as such. You can apply for RPL in any MTU accredited programme or module. Programmes which are accredited by professional bodies or any external awarding bodies may have their own procedures for RPL which you should refer to.

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Further information

MTU Bishopstown Campus, Cork.

Places Limited

€450

Application Deadline: Applications not yet open for 2023.
For queries, please email, hospitalitycork@mtu.ie

Apply
Apply online. Online applications for this programme open annually in October for commencement in the following February. The closing date for applications is 31st January. Places are limited on this course and subject to availability.

Overview
The area of Revenue Management in the hospitality industry is of increasing importance in the overall strategic direction of the organisation. This course explores the rationale, theory and practice of Revenue Management and Distribution, which seeks to maximise the revenue and profit generated by the limited capacity associated with hospitality businesses. The module will explore the hotel rooms division, along with other applications to tourist attractions, airlines, golf clubs and restaurants, along with conference and event management.

This course is designed specifically for those in the hospitality and tourism industries. It is ideally suited to those who are moving into management positions and who need to gain an appreciation for revenue management and its application to the organisation. The course is an ideal form of professional development for new or aspiring managers.

Online applications for this programme open annually in October for commencement in the following February. The closing date for applications is 31st January. Places are limited on this course and subject to availability.

Note: Modifications to the configuration of the course may take place in accordance with changing requirements.

Modules
• Introduction to Revenue Management
• Segmentation and Revenue Management
• Revenue Management Implementation
• Pricing
• Distribution and Channel Management
• Forecasting Demand and Overbooking
• Revenue Management Strategies and Tactics
• Revenue Management in Tourism/Service Industries

Award
MTU: Single Module Certification (5 ECTS credits at Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications).

Note: Modifications to the configuration of the course may take place in accordance with changing requirements.

Roisín Clancy
T: 021 433 5820
E: HospitalityCork@mtu.ie

Course Provider:
Location:
Cork City
Attendance Options:
Part time, Evening
Apply to:
Course provider