Enter the luxurious world of spas and wellness, where you can have a career head start with local and international establishments like award-winning Spa Botanica, Banyan Tree Spa and Estheva at Raffles Hotel.
Learn everything you need to know, and more, for a successful spa and wellness career as the Diploma in Wellness, Lifestyle and Spa Management shows you the ropes to managing spa and resort operations, handling clients, and customising their wellness needs. Wellness therapies, weight management, and skin care are just some of the many skills you will gain from qualified industry professionals.
The School of Hospitality is accredited by CIBTAC (Confederation of International Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology) in the United Kingdom. This means that students in the Diploma in Wellness, Lifestyle and Spa Management will have the opportunity to take the international CIBTAC Level 3 award certificate, giving you an edge over your peers.
The lifestyle and spa industry is growing rapidly in Singapore, in line with increasing awareness of healthy living.
The Diploma in Wellness, Lifestyle and Spa Management will prepare you for managing and operating spas and wellness operations. Through experiential learning, you will develop competencies in wellness and therapeutic case management.
Taught by a team of qualified practitioners with international work experience in the spa and wellness industry, you will gain knowledge, skills, and confidence to handle the operations and logistics of a range of spa and wellness setups, manage clients, and customise their wellness needs.
The School of Hospitality is accredited by CIBTAC (Confederation of International Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology), an international examination board that recognises schools that have high quality curriculum and offer a professional environment for learning. Students in the Diploma in Wellness, Lifestyle and Spa Management will have the opportunity to be assessed by CIBTAC to be awarded a CIBTAC diploma, on top of the RP diploma. This additional certification will give you an edge for employment locally and internationally.
Graduates can look forward to join service-oriented organisations in roles such as:
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The course structure consists of general, discipline, and specialisation modules. There is also an industry orientation component.
Each module is equivalent to four modular credits (MC).
6 compulsory modules:
B102 Organisational Behaviour
G101 Cognitive Processes and Problem Solving
G107 Effective Communication
9 compulsory modules:
B209 Management Accounting
B215 Financial Accounting
B218 Business Statistics
H102 Hospitality and Tourism Management
H203 Strategic Thinking Skills
H208 Service Quality and Professional Etiquette
H323 Hospitality Revenue Management
8 compulsory modules:
A103 Anatomy and Physiology
H222 Wellness & Lifestyle Management
H306 Retail Management
H324 Wellness, Lifestyle & Spa Operations
H325 Wellness and Spa Therapy Treatments and Practices
S201 Health and Wellness
S244 Health Psychology
2 compulsory modules:
G901 Character and Citizenship Education
H931 Industry Immersion Programme (20 MC)
Select 1 module from the following list:
B221 Human Resource Management
H322 Tourism and Travel Management
Obtain a total of 4 modular credits from the prescribed range of modules offered by the Schools and Centre in RP.
Table 1: Minimum Entry Requirements
Any three other subjects
To be eligible for admission, you must also have sat for one subject listed in the 2nd group of relevant subjects for the ELR2B2-B Aggregate Type.
Table 2: Aggregate Type
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To graduate with a Diploma in Wellness, Lifestyle and Spa Management, you must complete a total of 124 modular credits. You should be able to do this within three years of enrolment if you successfully complete on average five modules, or its equivalent, per semester.