Hotel Management Courses are a study of broader disciplines that encompasses subjects like Hospitality, Managerial aspects of Hostel Management, Food and Beverage Management, etc. The Hotel Management Syllabus includes theory as well as practical knowledge of all the necessary professional subjects.
The Hotel Management Course Syllabus varies from one-course level to the other. The syllabus also includes Industrial exposure, Guest lectures, and Final research projects at the end of semesters. Some of the popular Hotel Management Courses are BSc Hotel Management, MBA Hotel Management, Bachelor of Hotel Management, etc.
Hospitality is one of the world’s fastest growing and most dynamic fields of employment with
positive trends forecasted for the coming years. The world of hospitality offers a wide range of exciting careers in businesses related to travel and tourism, hotels and food & beverage, and events and leisure.Hotel Management is a branch of overall Hospitality Industry that provides the industry with well educated, adequately trained, and committed workforce.
Topics to be covered : –
• Introduction to Hotel Industry
• To Define Target Market & explain intangibility of service and potential
• Advantages & Disadvantages of different types of Hotel Ownerships &
Affiliations to describe the Introduction of Automation of Hotels
• To define mission and create organization charts
• Classify the Hotel’s functional areas and discuss
• The nature and uses of Job Deion/Specification
• Classification of Hotels
• To Describe the various F.O Dept and describe how the organization is likely to
differ in large and small hotels
• Types of Rooms
• Tariff Structure & plans
• Sections of F.O and their Importance.
Hotel Management will provide a realistic look at every major portion of the hotel business which will help anyone planning or currently pursuing one of the many different career opportunities available in this burgeoning and dynamic industry.
Hotels and motels are not only places where a guest can obtain tasty food and comfortable lodging, they are an integral part of community life, with facilities for meetings, entertainment, and personal services. The career choices for a person seeking a job in the hospitality industry are vast: guest service manager, head chef, front office clerk, security officer, banquet manager, bookkeeper, concierge and many more opportunities that can be personally satisfying and financially rewarding. Renewed business travel, and domestic and foreign tourism will boost employment growth of lodging managers in full-service hotels.
The hospitality industry offers today’s young men and women an interesting and exciting career. Management of a hotel or restaurant calls for a wide range of capabilities. For those wishing a rewarding and challenging life of service to others, a future in the hospitality field should be seriously considered.
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