LEARNERSHIP HOSPITALITY – RECEPTION

Location : Pretoria / Tshwane

We are looking for a young energetic person who whishes to do a Learnership with our company in Hospitality Reception for 1 year.

The candidate will have to do reception duties for us in return for the free learnership.

A Stipent of R2500 per month will be paid.

We are situated in Groenkloof Pretoria. Preferably using own transport.

REQUIREMENTS
. Must have matric certificate / Grade 12
. Between the age of 18 to 35
. Must be a South African citizen

What can you do with a degree in hospitality management?
With a degree in hospitality management, your career opportunities are truly limitless. The global industry continues to grow, change and diversify every year. In fact, hospitality is one of the world’s fastest growing employment sectors and it is predicted to continue growing strong for the coming years. Luxury hospitality and tourism careers also present a unique career track for professionals who specialize in creating the finest guest experiences. Here is a breakdown of the kinds of jobs can you get with a hospitality management degree.
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Hotel Management Jobs
Traditional hospitality careers often start in hotels and resorts, and the accommodation sector is growing more diverse with new properties and new concepts coming to the industry. You could start in Reception, Guest Relations or Rooms Division and work your way up to a Director or GM position. You could choose a company you identify with and grow your career with openings in new locations. Or you can develop a career in marketing or finance and work for a variety of different hospitality companies.

Examples of hotel management career progression:

Front Office Supervisor >> Rooms Division Manager >> Assistant Director of Operations >> General Manager
Night Manager >> Guest Relations Manager >> Director of Sales >> Group Regional Manager
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Food & Beverage Jobs
Another core area of hospitality careers is the Food & Beverage sector which includes restaurants, night clubs, catering, food trucks, fine wines & spirits, bakeries and sweets, recipe design, and more, as the industry evolves quickly. Hospitality students receive significant training in this area, and demand is quite high, so it’s easy to find a supervisory or management role right after graduation.

Examples of F&B career progression:

F&B Outlets Manager (hotel) >> Culinary Director >> Director of F&B
F&B Coordinator >> F&B Catering & Events Manager >> Entrepreneur

Please send your CV to Christa Viljoen at compliance@drumbeatacademy.co.za.

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