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The courses we offer in the Higher Education sector are accredited by the New South Wales Department of Education and Training. Our vocational qualifications are accredited by VETAB and Nationally Recognised Training qualifications. Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management Provider Code: 00246M National Code: THH60202 CRICOS Course Code: 054424G Duration: 2 years Description: To be successful in the largest and fastest-growing industry in the world, a Hospitality Manager needs to be skilled in both hospitality and business. The objective of this course, therefore, is to teach students the skills required to be successful in ...
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I have worked as a Pub Manager for approx 10 years but this apparently is not needed in Oz and not on the SOL list, Hotel or Motel Manager is but not a Pub Manager, I have investigated this route and been told as I am not longer in this trade its not an option. I got made redunant due to the way the trade is so I had no option but to change careers. I am now working as a Care worker, working in the community however I'm, not too if this is covered as a Community Worker as listed on the SOL 2512-13. I have an opportunity to undertake an NVQ 3, so will do this in due course, but can this be used as trade. We are fortunate ... market research, surveys and trends
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Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to work with a variety of colleagues at all levels of the organization Effective verbal and written communication skills Good Communication & Good Relations 2.EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Female 20 - 25 yrs Single Min. 2 yrs working experience as an Executive Secretary Graduated from DIII majored in Secretarial or Business Administration / LPK in Secretarial Good administration skills, meticulous, well organized with a service-oriented attitude Computer literate in Ms. Office (Word, Data Processing & Internet) Fluency in English, both oral and written is a must Able to work under pressure market research, surveys and trends

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Hospitality Management Skills: An Educational and Workplace ...
Hospitality Management Skills: An Educational and Workplace Comparative Analysis . By. Daniel Wood. A Research Report Submitted in ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Food Service Managers
Although most food service managers qualify for their position based on their restaurant-related experience, an increasing number of employers prefer managers with a 2- or 4-year degree in a related field. Food service managers coordinate a wide range of activities, but their most difficult tasks may be dealing with irate customers and motivating employees. Job opportunities for food service managers should be good, as the number of managers who change jobs or leave this occupation is typically high and, in the long run, as more are hired to meet the growing demand for convenient food service. Food service managers are ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Career Planning: Career change, occupational outlook handbook ...
My problem is: I have been in hospitality for approx 7 years now (done everything except run my own hotel), I have a degree in hospitality management. Find that management skills, customer service skills, computer skills, drive and will to succeed are my fortes however I have had my fair share of bad moments after working in hotels. I would love a change and am now taking the year in a call centre while travelling in Europe. I don't know what industries would suite my skills. I enjoyed history and geography at school but never thought of it as a career, and am keen on any sport available. Where do I go?? Understand it is a ...
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At the University of North Texas, you can earn a bachelor of science degree with a major in hospitality management. You will receive a solid academic background and extensive training in all hospitality business skills, using the best modern technology. The hospitality management curriculum emphasizes professionalism. After graduation, you can pursue a promising career as a club manager, hotel manager, meeting and convention manager, and restaurant manager. You can also obtain positions in casinos, cruise lines, travel and tourism, resorts, and other exciting areas of the hospitality industry. The Dallas-Fort Worth region ...