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Raising the bar in Philippine hospitality industry

The American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute, through the Asia World Hospitality, organized two separate sessions on hospitality education and training as part of its commitment to modernize the hospitality and tourism industry in the Philippines.

Recently at Seda Nuvali, AWH convened hotel general managers and hospitality executives from Seda Hotels, El Nido Resorts, and Hotel Benilde to conduct a review workshop and administer examinations on the Certified Hotel Administrator (CHA) professional credential.

AHLEI trainer Dr. Michael Terry with the executives of Seda Hotels, El Nido Resorts, and Hotel Benilde 

Seda BGC, on the other hand, played host for the recently concluded Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE) workshop facilitated by Dr. Michael Terry, an AHLEI international trainer who is also a certified hotel administrator, educator, and food and beverage executive.

The CHE workshop was designed for the faculty members of several universities in the Philippines, namely Our Lady of Fatima University, Far Eastern University, Academy of Pastry and Bakery Arts Philippines, Centro Escolar University, Nueva Vizcaya State University, Tarlac State University, Philippine Maritime School, PHINMA Education-Araullo University, and PHINMA Education-Southwestern University.

For more information on upcoming workshop sessions, visit asiaworldhospitality.com, email [email protected], or call (02) 556-7994 or 0917-5232128. 

Topics: American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute , Asia World Hospitality , Hospitality education and training , Philippine tourism industry
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