Finance & Revenue Management Programmes
Study with us on our flexible, online programmes in
Finance or Revenue Management
The HOSPA Professional Development Programmes provide the skills and knowledge for those hospitality professionals seeking to excel in their careers in hospitality finance or revenue management.
About the Programmes:
With both introductory and advanced levels available, the modules have been specifically written for the hospitality sector by specialist educators and industry-leaders and reflect the need for learners to be continuing in full-time work whilst studying. Each level of a course is studied over a period of five months.
The programmes utilise both contemporary terminology and professional examples and are assessed through work-based projects, meaning you can apply what you learn directly to the workplace. In addition to the study packs, all learners log into our online learning space with access to subject matter experts.
Each year we celebrate the achievements of our learners at the Annual Awards Ceremony. Click here to learn more about the 2021 event.
Introducing the Financial Management programme
Flexible study options whilst working full time
Provides skills and knowledge to manage a hospitality finance department
Leads to Associate Certified (Finance) membership of HOSPA on completion
"When we were looking for a Finance Learning Programme we knew instantly that HOSPA was the right fit for Carden Park Hotel. It is an industry recognised programme that not only ensures our employees are gaining the right qualifications and knowledge but one that #teamcarden are also enthusiastic about completing. The nature of hotel accounting is very different to many industries and we wanted an exciting Finance Learning Programme that reflected this. At Carden Park our ethos is to ‘grow our own’, we ensure that our team has the opportunity to develop within their roles and HOSPA has been a big part of this for our finance and food and beverage teams. The team turnover is very low for which we can partially attribute to them feeling valued and being able to progress by completing appropriate training. The support from HOSPA throughout our learning journey has been fantastic and we will certainly be continuing to grow our team with their programme."
HOSPA Commitment to Financial Management Education Award - Wendy Carman, Director of Finance at Carden Park Hotel
Introducing the Revenue Management programme
Provides the practical skills and techniques required to manage the revenue management function in a hospitality business
Enhances career development in this dynamic field
Leads to Associate Certified (Revenue Management) membership of HOSPA on completion
"By enrolling members of our revenue and finance teams on HOSPA’s accredited courses, we’re ensuring that we give our colleagues the opportunities to progress within our business by achieving a credible, industry qualification. Working with HOSPA also ensures that our teams are kept fully up-to-date with industry trends and developments, future proofing our business for years to come.”
HOSPA Commitment to Revenue Management Education Award - Alan Corlett, Group Revenue Director for Principal Hotel Company
Are you a Hospitality Management Graduate?
If you have recently graduated in Hospitality Management, you may be exempt from one or two levels of our programmes in Financial Management or Revenue Management. Contact the professional development team to find out.
View our graduate flyers and graduate presentation for more information on how our Education Programmes can
kick-start your career in hospitality finance or revenue management:
Key Course Information:
The HOSPA Professional Development Programmes provide a framework for developing the skills and knowledge needed for developing a career in these specific fields.
2. Developed by the hospitality industry for hospitality professionals
Our courses in Financial Management and Revenue Management have been developed by leading educators in the appropriate field of expertise in conjunction with hospitality industry experts.
3. Earning whilst learning
Ideal as a stand-alone education programme or one that can sit alongside in-house training, our courses are set at levels ranging from Introductory (Level 4) through to Advanced (Level 5 and 6) and acknowledge the increasing significance of encouraging employees to not only obtain appropriate qualifications, but also to continue in full-time work - earning whilst learning.
4. Apply learning to the workplace
Our study materials utilise both contemporary terminology and professional examples from the industry, together with a mix of work-based and academic assessments. This means that learners will be able to apply what they learn directly to their workplace.
5. How our courses work
The programmes are studied in 3 separate levels, each taking approximately 6 months to complete
Learners can start in either March or September each year
Both courses costs £820 + VAT per stage/level
Learners are supported by a study pack, online learning space resources () and subject tutors.
The courses are assessed by a combination of assignments and examinations
6. Benefits whilst studying
In addition to developing their skills and knowledge HOSPA learners will receive:
Complimentary membership with HOSPA - click here to view the full list of member benefits
Access to an exclusive members' area of the HOSPA website
Networking opportunities through members' meetings and online discussion forums
Monthly copy of The Overview, our membership journal, keeping you up to date with industry data and the latest technical news on best practice
Members' pricing to attend HOSPACE, our annual conference and exhibition
Associate Membership Status on completion of the course (AHOSPA Cert.)
7. Benefits for Employers
Enabling employees of the future
Through employee training, businesses can benefit from improved employee retention levels, better succession planning, saving on recruitment costs and a more motivated workforce
8. What you need to get started
You are required to be competent in numeracy and literacy in the English language
Preferably hold a suitable position in a hospitality organisation
Some qualifications held by candidates may provide exemptions from one or more levels