The school, which provides a gold standard in industry-aligned service and hospitality-focused qualifications, has launched a comprehensive distance learning option.
The IIE Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management is a full-time one-year course. It also creates a pathway to enrol for the three-year IIE Bachelor of Hospitality Management degree – a qualification for those who aspire to become leaders in the hospitality and service industry.
Says the school’s MD Renee Hill: “The hospitality industry will undoubtedly recover when this pandemic is over and there will be a demand for well-trained people. There is likely to be a boom when the world opens up and goes back to a new normal and the hospitality and service industry is one of the best work environments to establish a successful career, travel, make money and meet diverse people.
“The qualification also allows graduates the opportunity to work in a number of service industries and not just hospitality. For those who want to be part of the industry there has never been a better time to study and build towards their future,” she says.
“Hospitality graduates of leading global hospitality institutions have long been sought to fill senior roles in service-focused sectors as they bring with them a strong commercial acumen, an understanding of high pressure environments and, most importantly, a customer-focused and service-centric empathy and work-ethic that makes them highly adept at navigating customer experience driven industry roles.”
The fee for the IIE Higher Certificate in Hospitality Management one-year online course – which is available to sign up for now – is only R1 999 a month over a 13-month period. For more details visit https://www.iiehsm.com/ or telephone +27 86 111 2433.
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