Johannesburg, South Africa – February 2018; Imagine being able to start your career off in the renowned United Arab Emirates straight off the back of completing a Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management ? This is how Charné McLachlan’s journey began after her studies at Capital Hotel School (CHS) , a leading hospitality management and professional cookery school based in Pretoria.
Charné immediately applied and interviewed for international positions at; Steiner Yachts, Yachts of Seaborn and Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa in Dubai and was successful in all three. Charné chose to pursue a position at Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa in the UAE where she worked her way up and later joined the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Centre to further her hospitality experience. These international opportunities are testament to the level of skill and knowledge Charné acquired during her time at CHS.
Charné attributes her experience in the industry to Capital Hotel School, ‘If you have a passion for hospitality I can assure you that you will receive an excellent education at CHS from the passionate, qualified lecturers. The experiences and knowledge you gain will depend on you and the extra mile you go to achieve your long-term goals. Make it fun but learn as much as you can” concluded McLachlan
About Capital Hotel School
Capital Hotel School (CHS) is a leading hospitality management and professional cookery training establishment based in Pretoria. Since inception, CHS prides itself as a school that delivers quality courses that are accredited on a national and international level. CHS recently also developed, a blended learning approach – which affords students and full time employees in the hospitality industry an opportunity to upskill themselves or to acquire full qualifications within their field of expertise. This platform, named Hospitalit-e successfully incorporates regular online, practical and face-to-face tutor training and assessment; essential components to guarantee the success of hospitality training programmes.