Hilton Worldwide, today announced a partnership with Hotelschool The Hague Hospitality Consultancy and Lobster Ink to develop mobile enabled learning
Initiative Allows New Recruits to Gain Hotel School Qualifications from Remote Locations
Hilton Worldwide, today announced a partnership with Hotelschool The Hague Hospitality Consultancy and Lobster Ink to develop mobile enabled learning.
The four-week online foundation courses in Kitchen Management and F&B Service Management, commencing in May 2016, have been developed specifically for entry level Team Members interested in building a career in food and beverage.
Accessed on all mobile, desktop and tablet devices, the courses are 'always on', which means Team Members have the flexibility to study when it is most convenient. The online courses are expected to be particularly beneficial to Team Members based in remote locations wishing to develop their careers further without access to local formal colleges or hotel schools.
Simon Lazarus, vice president food & beverage Europe, Middle East & Africa, HiltonWorldwide, said: "The most important driver of our success is our people. We strive to create world-class learning and development programs to enable our Team Members to reach their goals. Collaborating with partners is essential in achieving our business objectives and to empower young people in their hospitality careers."
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