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People travelling for business or leisure reasons look for a “home away from home” when they travel. Therefore, good food and a secure and restful accommodation can go a long way towards making people enjoy traveling. Lodging managers ensure that guests’ needs are taken care of by providing amenities like television and fitness rooms, and making sure everything is kept in order. Lodging managers work at all kinds of establishments, from traditional hotels to camping areas, inns, motels, ranches and resorts. Lodging managers have many different duties as well. They may also provide services for business travellers like helping arrange conferences and providing meeting rooms and electronic equipment.
The HELP CAT Department of Hospitality, consisting of the Centre of Culinary Entrepreneurship and the Centre of Hotel Management, conducts diploma programmes in culinary arts and hotel management.
The industry strives to ensure high levels of satisfaction for temporary space to travellers in the form of hotels, resorts, clubs, restaurants, cruise lines, contract catering, retail outlets, fast food restaurants, suites and residences. Traditional roles are in front office, housekeeping, guest services and sales.
•SPM/UEC/O-Levels •Minimum of 3 credits with a pass in BM and History or their equivalent
3 O-Level Credits, including a pass in English
3 Bs in UEC***, including a pass in English
Equivalent qualifications to the above
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