Hotel Management Course (Short Course)
What you will learn
The hospitality industry is one of the world’s strongest, wealthiest and most resilient. Creating millions of jobs and forming the backbone of so many nations’ economies, becoming proficient in hospitality management paves the way for a life-long career. Hotel management in particular has the potential to be an incredibly rewarding career path, given the constant global demand for quality hotel services. Whether looking to climb the ranks or branch out into something entirely new, studying hotel management could be the key that unlocks so many doors. As part of our growing collection of free distances learning opportunities, Brentwood Open Learning College is proud to offer this entry-level free online hospitality course– 100% free of charge. To familiarise yourself with the basics of hotel management is to stand a vastly improved chance of stepping into a management position. With a firm focus on the fundamentals, this high-quality program introduces candidates to the hotel management profession, along with the primary duties of key hotel departments. It is therefore ideally suited to existing hospitality workers, along with those interested in joining this dynamic and rewarding industry. Unlike most distance learning providers, BOLC is committed to offering free hospitality Courses that are exactly that – 100% free of charge with no strings attached. We supply all course materials and candidates benefit from out market-leading customer service package as standard. There are no deadlines, no time restrictions and enrolment is open 365 days a year. If you’ve always dreamed of taking that crucial step into management, there’s never been a better time to get started! Course Content This course covers the following topics: TOPIC 1: Introduction to Hotel Management TOPIC 2: Introduction to Front Office Operations TOPIC 3: Introduction to Housekeeping Accreditation On course completion you will be awarded with our FREE course completion letter. This letter will be sent to you in your email.