• About Lodging Management I

    This is an introductory course providing students with basic skills that will be applied toward a successful career in the hospitality industry.  Emphasis is placed on the various skills and services in the hospitality industry including event planning, food and beverage management, advertising, marketing, travel, and tourism.  the class will also focus on developing 21st-century skills such as effective communication skills, leadership practices, and management policies and procedures that can be applied in any business setting.  Topics covered in this course range from the planning, organization, and implementation of industry-specific projects, customer service, event management, and the economic impact of tourism.  Real-world projects provide opportunities for the application of instructional competencies.  Students must complete 25 hours of teacher-approved work or work simulation in addition o instructional time.

    About Lodging Management II

    This course is the second course for the Lodging Management class providing students with more advanced skills to be applied toward a successful career in the hospitality industry.  Emphasis is placed on the leadership, management, marketing, sales, and food and beverage divisions in the hospitality industry.  This class will continue to develop 21-century skills such as effective communication skills, leadership practices, and management policies and procedures that can be applied in any business setting.  Topics covered in this course range from sales and marketing of a property and destination, exceeding customer service expectations, career development, team building, and instructional competencies.  Students must complete 25 hours of teacher approved work in addition to instructional time

  • Additional Course Information

    Sophomore, Junior, or Senior