About the course
The training part covers lot many aspects and is practical oriented. It involves learning about the hospitality industry, food and beverages, food processing, culinary skills, use of tableware and cutleries. You also learn about front office management, customer service, accommodation, housekeeping, revenue and business management. Other priority areas include marketing, sales, purchase, customer satisfaction and financial accounting.
Attributes that helps
Since this is a service industry and concerns with dealing guests, visitors, tourists, customers and clients, one needs to have certain personality traits very specific to this industry. Among them are a cheerful outlook, pleasing personality, polite and respectful, good conversational skills, co-operative, helpful and able to deal with criticisms from guests with patience.
Prospects and opportunities
Graduates from this field have very good opportunities in the top hotels in the country and abroad. Initially you are inducted as hotel management trainees but with experience you start climbing up the management ladder real quick. Other than hotels and top notch restaurants you can look forward to working in holiday resorts, clubs, guest houses, travel agencies, catering establishments, corporate cafeterias, airlines and shipping. You can also get into the training field by joining any of the hotel management or catering institutes as a faculty member. You can further your education by doing a postgraduate diploma or an MBA in the field. Better, you can have your own catering establishment.
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