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Front of House Reception Intermediate Apprenticeship Level 2 West Herts College

This course helps students to develop customer service skills for work in hotels and similar reception areas. As the front-facing member of your organisation you will be responsible for a variety of reception tasks including bookings, customer arrivals and departures, billings, handling mail, using office equipment and general customer service.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 12 months

Study mode: Full time

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Hotel Receptionist & Opera V5 Course Hospitality Training and Recruitment Ltd

This course covers theory, practical sessions behind a replica Hotel desk as well as teaching you how to operate the most used reservation system, Opera V5 Full Service. Created in connection with Hotels and based on their own requirements, all relevant subjects are covered ensuring each and every student, graduates as a professional, fully trained and exceptional receptionist.

Study level: Beginner

Duration: 4 weeks

Study mode: Part time

BTEC Level 2 in Hospitality Hotel Reception City College Norwich

This individually designed course combines technical skills with useful qualifications looked for by employers. It is ideal if you would like to work in the reception area of a hotel.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 1 year

Study mode: Full time

City and Guilds Certificate in Hospitality and Catering Principles - Front of House Reception - Level 2 Chichester College

This course aims to assess and train staff with front office duties and catering works.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 52 weeks

Study mode: Full time

NVQ Level 2 Diploma Front of House Reception Wirral Metropolitan College

If you wish to expand your employment opportunities by gaining knowledge and the skills to work in Hotel Front Office or in any business dealing with Customer Relations and Reception Services - then this is the course for you. During your course you will undertake the following units of study Front Office Procedures, Reservations Services, Word Processing, Guest Accounting, Working with People, Communications, Methods of Payment, Sales Skills, Customer Care and Self Presentation.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 1 year

Study mode: Full time

Hotel Reception / Restaurant Service Bournemouth and Poole College of Further Education

The course is designed to give you a general introduction to the basic principles and procedures involved in working as a Hotel Receptionist and Restaurant staff. You will study a wide range of units including front of house/banking procedure/ silver service.

Study level: Beginner

Duration: 6 weeks

Study mode: Part time evening

Hotel Reception Procedures Including Opera PMS Hospitality Training and Recruitment Ltd

In co-operation with leading UK hotel chains, Reception Academy has now created a shorter more intensive course covering standard Hotel procedures and training on Opera PMS. We will make sure that, during this practical training course, you learn all relevant techniques used in Front of House and the tools that will ultimately; help you find rewarding employment in high standard Hotels.

Study level: Beginner

Duration: 20 hours

Study mode: Part time

Timetable: Saturday & Sunday

City and Guilds NVQ Diploma in Front of House Reception Level 2 Chichester College

This course aims to assess and train staff with front office duties and catering works.

Study level: Intermediate

Duration: 52 weeks

Study mode: Full time

Hotel Receptionist and Opera PMS Weekends Hospitality Training and Recruitment Ltd

An interactive and comprehensive practical Hotel Receptionist course is presented by market leaders of the industry and taught by their experienced tutors. Reception Academy has created this course in connection with Hotels they work with and based on their requirements for professional and skilled Hotel staff.

Study level: Beginner

Duration: 9 weeks

Study mode: Weekend

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