This course bundle will train you for managerial positions in the hospitality industry. The principles learned can be transferred to multiple accommodation types such as hotels, motels, resorts, bed and breakfasts, or any other business that provides accommodation or lodging. You will learn the different management structures of hospitality, from the front office to housekeeping, and how to organize and oversee staff.
Hotel managers and executive housekeepers must be adept at recognizing quality staff during recruitment and implement training procedures to develop their potential. You will learn the management skills necessary to serve as a supervisor to other staff members and learn how to properly train and organize a team of housekeepers.
Offered in Partnership with your Preferred School
Gateway Community College
Self-Paced. Study on your own schedule
Course Code: GES616
with Thea Roberts
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of the hospitality industry and an overview of the various roles and responsibilities within hotel management.
Course Code: GES609
with Marta Perrone
Executive housekeepers work at the highest level of the housekeeping function, overseeing all aspects of cleaning, interior maintenance, and laundry services in a home or commercial establishment. This role bridges the gap between housekeeping duties and managerial oversight, as executive housekeepers often serve as a supervisor to other staff and mentor to new team members. By training as an executive housekeeper, you can ensure your clients or employers that their property is running at an optimum level.
Course Code: GES614