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  • Instructor: Mrs. Beth Horwitz






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Level: College Prep
Unit: .5 (Half-year)

Prerequisite: Completion of Grade 9

Have you ever wondered what it would take to run a hotel, restaurant or club? This course welcomes students into the exciting and diverse hospitality and tourism industry. While providing an understanding of the scope and complexity of the industry, the course covers key hospitality issues, management definitions, and career opportunities available in restaurants, hotels, beverages operations, sports venues, entertainment centers, cruise lines, and countless other hospitality and tourism business. Topics include introduction to management issues in all aspects of the hospitality industry, including human resources, customer service, operations, marketing, and planning. This course is an asset to any student interested in exploring career opportunities in hospitality and tourism industry. **This course is taught in a computer room.


Course Syllabus





From dictionary.com

hos·pi·tal·i·ty

.1.the friendly reception and treatment of guests or strangers.
2.the quality or disposition of receiving and treating guests and strangers in a warm, friendly, generous way.


tour·ism

1.the activity or practice of touring, especially for pleasure.
2.the business or industry of providing information, accommodations, transportation, and other services to tourists.
3.the promotion of tourist travel,especially for commercial purposes.







































Course Introduction
































Links:
**********Glencoe- Hospitality & Tourism Textbook


Chapter Review Textbook Site: http://glencoe.mheducation.com/sites/0078688167/index.html























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