hospitality professional isn't a specific job title. Rather, it refers to anyone who works within the hospitality industry. The individuals who work for hospitality businesses are known as hospitality professionals. Because hospitality is such a large, broad industry, the requirements for becoming a hospitality industry vary. If you're applying for a job as a restaurant manager, for example, you may be required to have two or more years of managerial experience in a restaurant or similar hospitality business.
Regardless of which type of hospitality job you are applying for, earning hospitality certifications can significantly increase your chances of getting hired for the position. When given the option of hiring a candidate with a TFIT Hospitality Pro certification or a candidate without certification, an employer will most likely choose the former.
TFIT HOSPITALITY PRO CERTIFICATE SEMINAR
Duration: 10 days / 9 days of training + 1 interactive certification day
Time: 9 am - 1 pm each day. Training sessions broken into 2 - (1hr 45mins / 1/2 hr break / 1hr 45mins)
Course Load: Hospitality Pro
Certification awarded: TFIT HOSPITALITY PRO CERTIFICATION