Course details

Diploma in Adventure Tourism Management
NZQF Level 6

About the course

As the iconic Adventure Tourism Industry expands globally, so does the need for skilled and qualified managers.  QRC's Diploma in Adventure Tourism Management focuses on the operational and risk elements of running a successful and safe activity.

The key area of leaning is oficded on what is required to manage a business ehose prodicts provide thrills for tehhose participating in an experiential activity.  The industry exposiure provided to studnets is unique given the location of Queentown and the volume of activities in the region.

QRC creates ambassadors and work-force capability for this growth sector by being the only provider for Adventure Tourism Management in the Southern Hemisphere.

Entry requirements

All applicants must be at least 18 years at course commencement and have attained:

10 level 1 (or higher) Numeracy credits
48 credits over four Level 2 or higher subjects including 4 Writing and 4 Reading Literacy credits.

International applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate a level of English equivalent to IELTS 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in each band and 6.0 in speaking

About the provider

QRC is New Zealand's premier Tourism & Hospitality Management College. Whether you aspire to a career in adventure tourism or wish to enter the world of hospitality, QRC will prepare you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to successfully pursue your management career. Through a blended delivery of theory, practical & professional learning.

A focus on professionalism, continuous improvement and positive outcomes underpins the culture. QRC has a reputation for producing industry-specific management graduates who are the employees of first choice. Additionally, QRC has been classified as a Category 1 Provider by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) and was recognised as the Private Tertiary Provider of the Year.