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AsiaWorld Hospitality reaches out to international students

Thirty-two students from Treston International College have recently gone through AsiaWorld Hospitality’s AHLEI (American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute) certification—Academic Certified Guest Service Professionals module. The training was facilitated by Gigi Porter, a certified hospitality sales and guest service professional (CHSP, CGSP). 

In addition, 34 participants from the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde and Europcar Philippines took part in the Professional Certified Guest Service Professionals led by guest professional Marjorie June Lucero-Antonio. 

Treston International College students participated in Certified Guest Service Professionals workshop
The trainings are part of AWH’s mission to equip hotels and related establishments with the necessary training programs to enhance professional services. The specialized training programs are envisioned to boost people development and support continuous learning.

In addition to the existing training modules delivered by AHLEI in the Philippines through AWH, the AHLEI has recently added training and certification for Breakfast Attendants to its START program (Skills, Tasks, and Results Training), its premier workforce training curriculum.

This training is designed for Individual Positions series, providing flexible training and certification modules in multiple formats to meet the needs of schools, workforce agencies, and properties.

For more information, log on to  asiaworldhospitality.com, email [email protected], or call on (02) 556-7994 or +63917-523-2128.

Topics: AsiaWorld Hospitality , international students , Treston International College , AHLEI (American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute) certification

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