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Assessing the Competence and Skills of Hospitality and Tourism Management Students

Journal: International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Publications (Vol.5, No. 8)

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Page : 90-100

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Competencies and abilities must be taken into account and evaluated since they become significant priority and influence on how twenty-first century learners studying hospitality and tourism management perform in the organization or setting in which they will be employed. This study assessed the competence and skills of learners studying hospitality and tourism management. The competency domain model by Paul Sandwith and the educational value of captive hotels were the frameworks in this study supported by R.A. 7686, also known as the Dual Training System Act of 1994. A descriptive-correlational survey design was used to assess the different competences and skills of learners studying hospitality and tourism management. Descriptive statistics identified the assessment of the competence and skills of target respondents. Chi-Square test was used to determine the significant relationships between the respondents' profile and their competence and skill levels. Correlational analyses revealed that there was a significant correlation between the respondent's profile and competence, particularly with regard to age, administrative domain, year level, leadership, and interpersonal domains. Further, significant correlations exist between respondents' competence and skill levels. This study recommends professional development for teachers and curriculum improvement in the intended institution to enhance delivery and achieve long-term efficacy of the curriculum

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