HR Academy, the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institutes master licensee in the Republic of Korea, has certified all of its staff members as Certified Guest Service Professionals (CGSP) after completing the Guest Service Gold training program.
The hospitality industry has become increasingly aware that environmentally responsible management and sustainable operating practices have a direct and positive impact on a propertys bottom line.
Participants at the Americas Lodging Investment Conference (ALIS) January 23-25 in Los Angeles, California, will have the first peek at the fifth edition of Hotel Investments: Issues and Perspectives, edited by Lori Raleigh and Rachel Roginsky, published by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (EI).
Marriotts Edwin Fuller Kicked-off Inaugural Presentation – Nearly 100 hospitality industry leaders attended the first Kendall College international speaker series event earlier this month.
The American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (EI) and the Pan-American Confederation of Hospitality and Tourism Schools (CONPEHT) have established a mutual academic collaboration agreement to provide professional development for hospitality educators and access to the latest hospitality management courses and resources for CONPEHTs member schools.
Traders Hotels launched a new, bilingual English/Chinese crowd-sourced smart ideas platform in line with its brand DNA to assist todays business travellers in their day to-day dealings and travel experiences.
Kennedy Training Network, based in Hollywood, FL, is reaching out to hotels, resorts, management companies, and brands across all market segments and geographic locations looking to raise the bar on their reservations, sales and hospitality training programs as they plan and budget for 2012.
David Beemster, a senior from Berwyn, Ill. at The Kendall College School of Hospitality Management, was awarded the first scholarship offered exclusively to Kendall College students by The Peninsula Chicago, one of the most prestigious hotels in the country.
The diverse, complex and ever-changing food service industry can be a portal into a multi-faceted and challenging management career. There is an urgent need for qualified candidates with specific foodservice management skills in finance, sales, marketing, leadership and customer service. The Cornell School of Hotel Administration is meeting that need with its new, online Master Certificate in Foodservice Management.
Five Students Recognized for Collegiate Achievements and Promising Futures in Hospitality