FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT typically provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the hospitality industry, including its structure, functions, and operational procedures. Students will learn about the various sectors of the hospitality industry, such as hotels, restaurants, resorts, and events.
The objective of a Hotel Management course aims to develop students’ understanding of the various aspects of hotel management, including front office operations, food and beverage management, housekeeping, and maintenance.
Developing an understanding of the hospitality industry and its various sectors, including hotels, resorts, and restaurants.
Learning about the principles and practices of effective hotel management, including planning, organizing, staffing, and controlling.
Understanding the importance of customer service and learning how to provide exceptional service to guests.
Developing skills in marketing and sales, including pricing strategies, promotions, and advertising.
By the end of a Hotel Management course, students should have the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in a variety of roles within the hospitality industry, including hotel management, food and beverage management, front office management, and event management.
UG PROGRAMS: DHM, BHM
PG PROGRAMS: MHM
COURSE DURATION: 2 days
Hotel Manager: A hotel manager is responsible for overseeing the operations of a hotel, including managing staff, ensuring guest satisfaction, and maintaining the hotel’s financial performance.
Front Office Manager: A front office manager is responsible for managing the front desk, reservations, and guest services, including check-in and check-out procedures.
Food and Beverage Manager: A food and beverage manager is responsible for managing the food and beverage operations of a hotel, including restaurants, bars, and banquets.
Executive Chef: An executive chef is responsible for managing the kitchen operations of a hotel, including menu planning, food preparation, and supervising kitchen staff.
Sales and Marketing Manager: A sales and marketing manager is responsible for developing and implementing sales and marketing strategies to attract guests and increase revenue.
Event Manager: An event manager is responsible for planning and coordinating events, such as weddings, conferences, and meetings, held at a hotel.
Housekeeping Manager: A housekeeping manager is responsible for managing the housekeeping operations of a hotel, including cleaning and maintenance of guest rooms and public areas.
Spa Manager: A spa manager is responsible for managing the spa operations of a hotel, including spa services, staff management, and marketing.
Revenue Manager: A revenue manager is responsible for managing the hotel’s revenue and pricing strategies to maximize profitability.
Human Resources Manager: A human resources manager is responsible for managing the human resources function of a hotel, including recruitment, training, and performance management of staff.
- Lectures 9
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes