About the Level 3 Guest House Management Certificate
The hospitality industry comprises of multiple services such as catering, lodging, event planning, travel agencies or conference venues. Guest houses are part of the lodging category typically larger than a bed & breakfast but not licensed to serve alcoholic beverages. They are an important contributor to the local economy. Whether you plan to set one up as a business venture, or you are already a part of the industry, you will find this course a useful foundation to your hospitality training.
The guest house management course will start off with basic principles of management, continue with practical aspects of running a hospitality business (such as legal, financial, marketing, or equipment) and address the need for a business plan and what it entails. It is recommended to allow 120 hours to complete this course but there are no set deadlines.
Who should study this course?
This course would be useful to anyone already working in the hospitality, catering and event management industry. It would suit anyone looking for career progression, in hotel management, or event planning. Any entrepreneurs looking for a business venture in the field would find it just as useful.
You do not need any prior qualification or experience in the field. You may be just starting out in hospitality training, perhaps you have been working for ages, or you want a career change, either way you can enrol on this course and take away key skills.
What happens after the course?
After you have obtained your certification in this online course you will have gained key skills in management, finance, legal requirements, customer service and food management. You can choose to continue your studies in European hospitality management, hospitality supervision and leadership, or event management.
The course puts you in good stead to open up your own catering business, or efficiently manage an accommodation department in a large hotel. The hospitality industry is so varied you could hold a wide number of job positions, such as:
- Regional hotel manager
- Event organiser
- Hospitality recruitment
For more information about this course, give us a call on this number: 0121 392 8288
What is a Guest House?
The Basic Principles of Management
Guest House Marketing
Guest House Finances
Legal Aspects of Guest Houses
Guest House Decor and Equipment
Guest House Equipment
Guest House Aspects of Waiting at Tables
Guest House Records
For a more detailed syllabus on this course, click here
- All study materials
- Study Guide
- Full Tutor and Admin support
- The course fee includes the awarding body registration and certification fee (valued at up to £30.00).