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Our English for the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Course is specifically designed for those who are pursuing or have already started a career in the Tourism and Hospitality Sector. Following the communicative approach, it is divided into two levels, the pre-intermediate level and the intermediate/ upper-intermediate level (as described by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) ), in order to cater for the varied needs of learners who have different levels of abilities when using the English language.

The English for the Tourism and Hospitality Industry Course offers learners the chance to improve and practise specialised vocabulary and structures needed for the particular area of work involving e-mails and reports, reading and examining safety regulations, managing a team of professionals and implementing customer service. Throughout this course, learners will be guided by their needs and wants and topics will include but are not limited to: hotels, travel agents, tours, restaurants, money and hygiene. Course participants will be able to practise using the English language in seminars, group sessions and communicative practice activities and receive supplementary tuition for essential core skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking.
In this workshop style-session, the Executive Trainer will work with the teams to create a measurable and specific critical path to getting the results they desire. After this session, the team will have the groundwork to incorporate their action plans for exceptional service.
This session is designed to provide leaders with a better understanding of the Emotional Engagement scale. Discussions will focus on what it takes to create an “awestruck” interaction with guests – and how to avoid the pitfalls of transactional or robotic interactions.
This session takes a deep dive into the reasons and intent behind particular service standards. The understanding of “why” will then transition into discussions surrounding multiple ways to achieve the standards based on various guest scenarios.
Learn how to create five-minute, successful learning opportunities that you can incorporate into your pre-shifts. We will challenge teams to write activities of their own based on their departmental needs, using the tools we discuss.
This session is ideal for teams starting on the Forbes Travel Guide journey. We will identify the most effective ways to create or enhance your service culture and provide best practices that you can put into practice immediately.
This session focuses on holding staff accountable to drive better results. We will delve into communication and accountability as a mindset, rather than a formula, to reinforce one of the most important aspects of leadership.
This session will provide tools for leaders needing to hire and train new associates expediently. While you can use these guidelines in any onboarding scenario, we will focus specifically on the efforts and need to train staff hired for the upcoming season, or in a situation requiring mass rehiring.
In this session we will identify how to cultivate a stronger emotional connection with guests when handling a service opportunity. Learn how empowering staff to resolve guest problems with confidence, as well as empathy, consistently drives greater guest satisfaction and loyalty.
This session highlights how your property’s sense of place can impact the distinctive and luxurious impression you make. Using pictures and stories from the world’s best hotels, restaurants and spas, we will work to define your sense of place and how to best to tell your story.
In this session we will define the Essence of Hospitality and what it means for your property. From there we will create ways to drive this with your teams on a regular basis so that it becomes habit, most especially during stressful times. Learn intuitive service techniques that can assist staff in appropriately reading guests in a variety of situations.