Do you find joy in traveling? Are you a people-person? A career advancement opportunity is here. Hospitality Management is excellent for those who want to be part of a growing industry or are looking to start a business. The Hospitality Management industry is one of the largest in the world. Furthermore, the industry employs millions of people yearly.
E&S Academy is a reputable vocational school approved by the Board of Education. This is a new program we offer because it is in high demand by employers. When a career is in demand, we add it to our list of current training programs. This course is to provide hospitality professionals with the expertise of managing hotels, resorts, and restaurants.
WHAT DO HOSPITALITY MANAGERS DO?
A career in hospitality management requires managing the staff and day-to-day tasks of a hotel, restaurant, or resort. The focus is on making sure your customers or guest have 100% customer satisfaction.
The day-to-day tasks may include the following:
- Hospitality Management
- Business Owner/ Entreprenuer
- Event Planning
- Front Desk
- Waiter Staff
Moreover, a hospitality manager oversees the various communications between each department in order for the business to fun smoothly.
WHERE DO HOSPITALITY MANAGERS WORK?
Hospitality managers work in hotels, restaurants, and resorts.
DO YOU ACCEPT OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS?
Nationally, we are recognized by the National Healthcareer Association. The good news is that our school is nationally endeared. We accept all out-of-state students for this course.
HOW MUCH CAN I EXPECT TO EARN AS A HOSPITALITY MANAGER?
The average salary of a hospitality manager is $50,545.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT WITH E&S ACADEMY
This program focuses on the role of Hospitality Management and is 70 hours in length. All course content and material will be accessible online.
This online program starts with introducing the basics of hospitality as a service and possible career in hospitality. The program is designed to cover topics such as changes in the hospitality industry and hospitality industry growth. This program also covers the restaurant business and operations as well as meeting guest needs. Next, it focuses on travel and tourism. The following topic includes hospitality and management. The subsequent chapter introduces organizing hospitality management. The next chapter includes staffing and human resources management in hospitality and the last chapter focuses on leadership roles in hospitality. Course content and material will be accessible online.
JOB OUTLOOK FOR HOSPITALITY MANAGER?
The job outlook for hospitality management is projected to increase by 8% in the next 10 years.
For more information on how you can register, call us today at 844-372-2233 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.