Teachwell: 25+ Years of Excellence in  Education

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Teachwell: 25+ Years of Excellence in  Education

Welcome toTeachwell

TEACHWELL is a renowned organisation with over 25 years of experience in providing comprehensive educational services and career consultancy. We specialize in school coaching, entrance exam preparation, career counseling, study abroad guidance, profile building, skill building, immigration services, work permits, and permanent residency applications. With a strong commitment to academic excellence and a proven track record of mentoring over 70,000 students, Teachwell is your trusted partner in achieving educational success and realizing your full potential.

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About HOTEL MANAGEMENT

Hotel Management is a field that requires aspirants to possess good communication skills as well as an impressive personality. The hotel management industry is growing by leaps and bounds, as a consequence of globalisation
Career Prospects:
• Club Management
• Hotels and Restaurants
• Hospital Administration and Catering
• Airline Catering and Cabin Services
• Guest Houses
• Cruise Ship Hotel Management
• Forest Lodges
• Hotel & Catering Institutes
• Catering departments- shipping companies, banks, armed forces, and railways
• Hotel & Tourism Associations

Hotel managers run hotels, motels and other lodgings. This involves handling staff, interacting with guests, managing the finances of the property, and much more

Sales Manager These are the professionals who have some years of experience and help hotels in making the money. Employers hire for those hotel sales managers who are decisive, flexible, motivated, creative, and reliable. As there is a potential pressure to generate sales, hotel sales managers must be able to handle the stress appropriately.

 Restaurant Manager If you are a foodaholic and you have a perfect nose and aura for a sophisticated dining experience, then you can bring your hotel management degree to use here. The responsibilities include recruiting and hiring restaurant staff, their training, restaurant marketing strategies, training, adjudging food quality, developing menus as well as greeting and serving restaurant guests.

 Food and Beverage Manager Food and beverage service managers supervise the day-to-day operations of dining arrangements and bars. They order supplies, create schedules, ensure customer satisfaction, and train new employees. Additionally, food and beverage service managers handle some human resource and administration duties like employee records, payroll, and customer complaints

Event Manager Your degree can act as an interesting aspect for you in this case. Being an event manager there will be several doors opened for you as an event planner, party planner, conference manager, and bridal consultant. You will be organizing and planning weddings, conventions, and various big meetings paying attention to even the minutest detail. For this, you should have been born with the skills of strategizing and executing.

Housekeeping Manager The Housekeeping Manager is responsible for dealing with the job of ordering cleaning supplies in a timely manner. He/she has to supervise the seamstress, housekeepers, and cleaners. They are responsible for preserving a standard of cleanliness throughout a hotel or other hospitality venue. 

 Banquet Manager The Banquet Manager is entitled to coordinate the delivery of all food and beverages for parties, functions, events, and conferences held in the hotel. He needs to work very closely with the food and beverage service manager and the catering department to ensure that food and drinks and timely snacks are presented to the guests.

If you can, open a hotel An excellent experience for any budding hotel manager is to involve himself in a hotel opening. It can be the new site of a leading brand or a boutique independent, either way, seeing what it takes to get a hotel started gives you a true understanding of all the moving parts. 

1. Customer service skills 

2. Networking skills 

3. Communication skills 

 4. Flexibility skills 

 5. Organizational skills 

6. Language skills 

 7. Commitment 

8. Can-do attitude

9. Multitasking skills

10. Cultural awareness

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