Hospitality training courses and schools
Hospitality Management programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 600 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.

Colorado State University OnlinePlus

Training Center/Campus: Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
Phone No.: (877) 491-4336

Developing a Safe Food Business (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

Planning to start a cottage food business in your home kitchen, rent a commercial kitchen to produce your product, or begin a small-scale food manufacturing facility? It&,#146,s an exciting time to be a food entrepreneur, but there are also many regulations and requirements to navigate. Even if you&,#146,re thinking something more local, such as selling homemade foods at a farmers&,#146, market or maybe a holiday fair, this safe food handling certificate is a must for you!

Covering two topics a week for eight weeks, you will learn about many of the necessary food safety practices and regulations needed to start your food company, including:
◾Sound manufacturing practices and sanitation
◾Food safety guidelines
◾Storing and transporting foods
◾Ingredients and final products
◾Business planning, marketing, and budgeting
◾Documentation and recordkeeping

We&,#146,ll also share practical e... [Read More]

Globe Institute of Technology

Training Center/Campus: New York City, New York, United States
Phone No.: 646-568-6868

Hospitality Management

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Designed for individuals who are interested in a business career in the hospitality industry. The program Is a multidisciplinary study of business principles and processes as they apply to the hospitality industry and is designed to prepare students for a variety of challenges involved in the operation of hospitality business at various levels. Possible areas include the restaurant industry, food service industry, and travel and tourism.

New York School of Interior Design

Training Center/Campus: New York City, New York, United States
Phone No.: 212-472-1500


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

In this course, students undertake a design project that develops a restaurant or hotel interior. Discussion topics covered include: the continuing development of tourist industries, the impact of changing economic conditions and public tastes, and the planning and furnishing of hotels and restaurants.

Wood Tobe-Coburn School

Training Center/Campus: New York City, New York, United States
Phone No.: (800) 394-9663


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course applies the general principles of marketing to the hospitality and tourism industries and
stresses the importance of marketing to the success of these operations. Marketing research, consumer
behavior, targeting and positioning, and the product-service mix are covered in depth. The course
culminates with the development of a marketing plan, preparing the learner for an effective role in
marketing management.

Travel and Hospitality (Diploma)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

With Wood Tobe-Coburn’s Travel and Hospitality program, you can learn the professional skills you’ll need to succeed. Wood Tobe-Coburn offers both a 10-month diploma and a 16-month associate degree. Our accelerated programs were designed to get you the training you need so you can finish quickly and start your career.

Our industry-tested faculty members have all worked in the travel and hospitality industry. They bring a wealth of insider knowledge that can be invaluable to your career.


Kendall College

Training Center/Campus: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Phone No.: 1.888.905.3632

Sustainable Management in Hospitality

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Sustainability affects multiple areas of hotels, venues, convention centers, conference centers and restaurants including engineering, food and beverage, front of house, housekeeping, operations management and other service areas. In addition, many hospitality and tourism stakeholders, including destination management organizations, restaurants, convention centers and hotels, are diligently working to present a “green?profile to attract transient business, corporate business and meetings and events. Sustainability may be a part of a larger area of responsibility or may be a separate full-time position depending on the type or size of organization. The purpose of this concentration is to enhance an applicant’s resume and provide the necessary skill set needed for success in the variety of hospitality jobs that may utilize skills developed through this concentration.

Lexington College

Training Center/Campus: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Phone No.: 866.647.3093

Hospitality Management

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Lexington College grants a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Hospitality Management and an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Hospitality Management. Students pursuing the BAS degree have the opportunity to specialize in the following areas: Hotel &, Lodging Management, Restaurant &, Foodservice Management, Culinary Arts, Baking &, Pastry, Gastronomy: Food &, Culture, Event Planning, Travel &, Tourism, Catering Management, Health Care &, Wellness, Nutritional Studies, and Family &, Home Management. Lexington&,#146,s academic calendar is divided into two semesters, spring and fall. Limited summer courses are offered pending enrollment.

The curriculum offered at Lexington College prepares students for professional careers in the hospitality industry. College courses foster critical thinking, reasoning, intellectual curiosity, a knowledge of culture, and an understanding of diversity. These courses equip students with skil... [Read More]

Roosevelt University

Training Center/Campus: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Phone No.: (312) 341-3500

Hospitality and Tourism Management (Master Degree)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The Master of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management helps students develop and enhance professional leadership abilities, technical and research skills, and career opportunities through a blend of theory and practice. Theoretical areas of study include management theory and practice, operations analysis, organizational and leadership development, cultural diversity, and research methods. Professional areas of study include lodging management, food and beverage management, meeting, convention, and exhibition management, and other elective courses in hospitality and tourism, business, or training and development. Through intensive study, students engage in creative problem solving and apply research methods to issues and trends in the industry.

The ideal candidate for the Master of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management at Roosevelt University is the management professional with significant industry experience, an individual who seeks an opportunity to... [Read More]

DePaul University

Training Center/Campus: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Phone No.: (312) 362-8000

Hospitality Operations

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course details key hospitality industry organizations and their business structures. Exploring the operations specific to hotels, restaurants, private clubs and the meeting &, events segments will be the focus of this course. Current issues, trends and technologies within hospitality business operations specific to these segments will be evaluated and detailed.


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The primary goal of the course is to move students towards the development and understanding of the foundations of leadership, differentiating leadership from management, and emphasizing the core traits and other personal qualities required of successful hospitality leaders. The course further focuses on the importance of a leader&,#146,s character, values and professionalism as the basis for ethical decision-making in an organizational context.


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Principles and practices involved in hospitality industry pricing strategies from economic, systems, marketing, distribution, and brand perspectives are explored. Topics include an introduction to yield management, technological trends, pricing theory, benchmarking and reporting matrices, transparency in group and transient market pricing, ethical pricing decisions and the impact upon environmental sustainability, hurdle rates, pricing fences, and the process of competitive analysis. Simulation hotel software is used.


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Learn to identify strategies and tactics in hospitality brand management, including brand concepts, brand equity, brand mapping, and differentiation. The focus is to explore and understand the importance of brands in hospitality, what brands mean to customers, and how brands should be managed. Students will develop an understanding of hospitality brand design, packaging, naming, profit and loss statements, and product strategies, including legal and global issues. Explore how marketing decisions regarding product policy, pricing, advertising or distribution are made when taking into account the impact on brand equity in the hospitality industry, plus information about how to build and maximize strong hospitality brands.


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

This course examines franchising in the hospitality industry from both the franchiser and franchisee&,#146,s point of view. Students examine start-up, organization, franchiser/franchisee relations, cooperative marketing, legal issues, and daily operations in a variety of hospitality and tourism businesses.


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Introduces procedures to manage facilities and risk in the hospitality industries. This knowledge is needed to protect guests from safety hazards and firms from loss of profits. Examines risk management processes commonly used in the hospitality industry and their potential to protect physical, non-physical, financial and human assets, including the coverage of such issues as insurance, handling losses, safety, security, ethical decision-making, environmental sustainability, crisis management, and emergency procedures.


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course examines advanced principles and applied hospitality revenue management strategies associated with service distribution channels. Topics include an introduction to the global distribution networks, branding perspectives and channel management, corporate reservations systems, travel intermediary relationships, advanced pricing theory-price parity, product marketing and content consistency, search engine optimization, competitive positioning and analysis, systems processing, human capital resources and organizational processes.


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This course provides a comprehensive perspective of various hospitality financial performance constructs and key industry operating performance benchmarks. Students will be indoctrinated to hospitality industry financial metrics and the critical nature of linking financial analysis with decision-making in order to achieve organizational profitability objectives. Topics include: interpretation of financial statements, operating control systems, budgeting-forecasting synthesis, operational leadership techniques and operations flow-through, flex staffing and productivity, and capital-facility maintenance.


Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The concepts of service, service delivery and service recovery in different cultural and geographic contexts are explored, including the full range from limited service through deluxe, the intentional decisions of management about what and how much service to offer, the quality of service, delivering service for rather than to someone, and how to transform a service event into a repeatable, memorable experience.

Hospitality Leadership and Operational Performance (Master Degree)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The MS degree in Hospitality Leadership and Operational Performance is a unique program that integrates critical business theory and skills with cutting-edge hospitality leadership practices. Designed for career-changers interested in the hospitality industry as well as for current industry professionals who want to enhance their skills, the program focuses on developing leadership skills and operational capabilities in a broad array of hospitality service enterprises.

The program exposes students to

•Business concepts that incorporate hospitality operational constructs and key industry financial performance imperatives.
•Innovative hospitality technology and practices regarding service experiences and guest interaction.
•Methods to assess hospitality firm human capital needs and maximize human capital performance.
Located in the heart of Chicago, students in DePaul&,#146,s Hospitality leadership and operational performance program ... [Read More]

Hospitality Leadership (MBA) (Master Degree)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

The importance of hospitality is undeniable at local, regional and international levels. It is the business of travel and tourism. The industry has distinguished itself as the art and science of serving and pleasing. Hospitality is rooted in social engagement and cultural sensitivity, and is in alignment with management and leadership theory. Being an effective leader is one of the fundamental responsibilities of almost all hospitality executives as it plays a critical role in managing organizational success.

The Hospitality Leadership program focuses on advanced hospitality leadership practices within the various industry segments. Leadership of hospitality service operations will be studied in the context of realms of experience and guest quality assurance. In this program, highly developed principles of the guest experience will be examined along with the critical role employee development and service delivery play within the hospitality industry.

Texas Southern University

Training Center/Campus: Houston, Texas, United States
Phone No.: 713-313-7011

Managing Quality Service in Hospitality

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

Managing Quality Service in Hospitality teaches the concept of treating customers as guests and creating a &,quot,WOW&,quot, experience for them. Many other courses in this subject area skip over guest-focused service strategy in hospitality or service. This course fully covers the topic of managing hospitality organizations by using real life experience from companies like Walt Disney Company, Marriott, Ritz-Carlton, Darden Restaurants, Southwest Airlines and many others.

Each module includes at suggested hospitality activities for students, in which students are encouraged to visit local organizations to talk with guests, employees and managers to obtain a variety of perspectives on the guest experience. Other activities will have students going to the internet to visit established sites for hospitality organizations.

Real and hypothetical hotels, restaurants, and other business types found in the hospitality industry are included as case studies... [Read More]

Hospitality Sales

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

Drawing from the insights of leading sales executives, Hospitality Sales covers the changing hospitality sales profession, including the three emerging selling roles and when to use them. Transactional selling, consultative selling, and alliance selling are unique approaches that salespeople use depending on situational factors. This course explores customer motives and how sales professionals can tailor their approach to the buyer’s perception of value. This Hospitality Sales course will help you understand the new world of buyer-seller relationships and succeed in each sales situation.

Prerequisite(s): None

Hospitality Sales Module 1
Understanding Hospitality Sales
•Foundations of Success
•A Vital Role in Our Economy
•Traits of Successful Salespersons
•Rewards of a Hospitality Sales Career
•Getting Started in Your Sales Career
•Hospitality Industry Buyers and Sellers
•What It Take to Be a Success
•Creating... [Read More]

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