|Course at QLS||Short Course|
|Study Method||Online Learning|
|Course Duration||20 hrs|
|Entry Requirements||There are no particular entry requirements|
As one of the strongest and most important contemporary global industries, hospitality represents an incredible life-long career prospect. Just as there will always be explosive demand for high quality hotel services, there will likewise be equally strong demand for qualified and competent hotel managers. Whether already working in hospitality or interested in exploring an entirely new industry, a high-quality hotel management course has the potential to transform your career.
Why not take the opportunity to begin studying hotel management today, free hospitality courses, 100% free of charge?
As part of our commitment to open and accessible distance learning, Oxford Home Study College is proud to offer a market-leading collection of free online hospitality courses. Focusing on the fundamentals of both the industry and the profession, this course has been engineered by leading academics specifically for distance learners. You are free to study in your own time and at your own pace from anywhere in the world, with enrolment open 365 days a year.
Course content on this free hospitality course centres around three primary topics of importance, which include an introduction to hotel management, an overview of key front desk operations and the responsibilities of the housekeeping department. Successful candidates will find themselves in a prime position to continue their studies at a higher level, or enter the industry with the confidence to succeed.
Hospitality could turn out to be the career of your dreams – why not begin chasing your dream job right now?
This free hospitality course covers the following topics:
TOPIC 1: Introduction to Hotel Management
TOPIC 2: Introduction to Front Office Operations
TOPIC 3: Introduction to Housekeeping
On course completion you will be awarded with our FREE OHSC course completion letter issued by the College. This letter will be sent to you in your email.