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Jean-Marc Levrat

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1
How Can We Thrive? What Needs to Happen?
Expires After: Does not Expire

Define ‘Thriving’ – How do you know you’re thriving? What are your values? This unit will enable learners to deeply understand intergenerational interactions, problem-solving, personal development, wellbeing, and reflection.

Available September 2021

2
Introduction to Hospitality
Expires After: Does not Expire

Introduction to Hospitality is directed to all the students who are interested in the hotel industry. The main goal of this course is to improve students knowledge and understanding of hotel industry and how it has changed throughout the years.


Among the expected learning outcomes, one can enumerate:

• identifying the importance of hospitality for tourism development

• classification and characterization of hotel facilities and services

• realizing the importance of hospitality on the tourism market

• communication skills within the environment

• gaining knowledge of the efficiency of sales of hotel services


Moreover, it is important to be familiar with all the rules which are in force in the hotel industry, the development of analyzing processes as well as the assessment of the results of the hotel industry and its effects concerning the world economy.

3
Food & Safety Production
Expires After: Does not Expire

4
Media & Technology
Expires After: Does not Expire

There is a demand for students with a range of digital technology and media skills. Within the sector, a specific shortfall of professionals with UX and Interaction Design skills has been identified, and this programme aims to produce skilled and knowledgeable graduates who can contribute to the national and global technology economy.

The programme aims to equip students with an understanding and knowledge of human-centered interaction design principles and practices for a range of digital products, services and innovations. Students will develop a critical awareness of design principles, usability engineering and user experience methodologies informed by established and emerging technological environments.

The programme aims to equip students with:

A knowledge of User Experience foundations, principles and processes within the context of a rapidly changing cultural, technological and societal framework

Explore the design of digital products and services with the optimal consideration of human-centered factors, universal and interaction design principles

Skills in selection of complex design research methodologies, tools, techniques and practices

Skills in solution-development, creative problem-solving, prototyping, and user interface design skills

A knowledge of product or service design life-cycles in innovative and collaborative environments;

The knowledge and skills to lead, define, plan, research, prototype, design and manage interactive projects

An ability to critically examine and influence innovation, technology and design processes, institutional practices, social norms and current research

Independent research skills informed by the most recent debates within the field and wider social and cultural context.

5
Fashion, Management & Marketing
Expires After: Does not Expire

Available April 2022

6
Valuing Diversity
Expires After: Does not Expire

What is race? What is culture? How can we value diversity? 

Exploring belief systems and their effects on society, particularly in determining different world views and perspectives on social, political and moral issues. 

Available January 2022