Achieve Your Dreams with Our Hospitality Short Courses
Life gets busy and we know that between work, family, and recreational activities, it is almost impossible to take up a full-time study course. For prospective students who don’t have the time or finances for such courses, the Capital Hotel School has a few short hospitality courses on offer. Now, being a parent or having a job doesn’t have to get in the way of achieving your dreams.
What Is Hospitality?
Hospitality as an industry is a term used to cover a broad base of services aimed at customer accommodation. Accommodation facilities such as hotels, tourism lodgings, and bed and breakfasts are all examples of areas that need hospitality services to function. Hospitality careers include hotel management, cleaning services, front desk reception, and food preparation.
Why Choose a Career in Hospitality?
The hospitality industry is extremely service-oriented, so for people who enjoy working with the general public, providing excellent service, and being kept on their toes in a fast-paced occupation, hospitality is quite a fulfilling option. The hospitality sector is one of the fastest growing industries in South Africa, and skilled workers are needed. Having the necessary qualifications behind your name can help you land that dream job that not only excites you, but also pays well.
The Best Place to Find Short Hospitality Courses
We, at the Capital Hotel School, are constantly on the lookout for prospective students who are willing to work hard to reach their goals. At our esteemed institution, we strive to create a professional environment in which to train our students by incorporating both theoretical and practical components. We have a number of courses available, including hospitality short courses and monthly workshops presented by our expert lecturers. Our hospitality courses include training on various accommodation services, food and beverage preparation, and cleaning services, as well as hospitality reception.
We are currently accredited with the Culture, Art, Tourism, Hospitality, and Sport Sector Education and Training Association (CATHSSETA), the South African Chefs Association (SACA), the City & Guilds Association, the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO), the Association Mondiale de la Gastronomie, and the International Wine Education Centre.
How to Contact Us
If you find yourself interested in one of our short courses, feel free to call our head offices, contact us via our website or download our application form today. You can also follow us on Facebook.