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As business returns to normal around the world, the hospitality industry is getting back into full swing. For charismatic and capable workers, that means more opportunities to take the lead in a dynamic and fast-paced environment as a hospitality professional. 

Hospitality management offers a challenging and rewarding career for those with the right combination of skills, training and personal attributes. In hospitality management, no two days on the job are the same. You may be responsible for supervising different teams, hiring new staff, developing techniques to maintain high performance and applying marketing strategies to boost profitability. 

Being able to adapt to various duties and facing new challenges with enthusiasm is what separates a good hospitality manager from a great one. Below, find out more about what you can expect from a day on the job as a hospitality professional!

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Working in the Tourism Industry 

Tourism is an exciting industry that spans numerous careers, from tourist guides and tourist advisors to guide operators. Each role requires strong organizational and interpersonal skills, as you strive to exceed expectations and offer an unforgettable experience to visitors. A lot of careful planning and scheduling goes into creating memorable tours and trips. The best part, however, is that a lot of these skills transfer to different locations around Canada. 

If you’re interested in diving into places of geographic, social or cultural significance, the tourism industry is a great way to get your foot in that door. With access to supportive staff and in-depth courses, students at our career college are well-positioned to explore an exciting sector.

Deliver a memorable experience to tourists while working as a hospitality professional.

Apply Your Skills to Hotel Management After Career College

According to the AHLA State of the Industry report, hotels are expected to employ 2.19 million people by the end of 2022—93% of the pre-pandemic levels. As the global hotel industry continues to bounce back, the need for strong and experienced management is more important than ever. 

Your daily responsibilities may include coordinating and reviewing the work of hotel, motel, and other accommodation services clerks, hiring and training new staff, resolving work-related problems and submitting progress reports. Those considering career college programs should explore the Hospitality Management program at AOLCC, which is designed to equip students with a broad range of operational skills and practical tools that will assist them in addressing situations that may arise within a hotel environment. If you’re looking to take the lead in a bustling and in-demand branch of hospitality, working in hotel management offers an exciting future.  

A Day on the Job in the Food Sector 

The food and beverage sector is an essential part of the hospitality industry. In this role, the health and safety of customers, as well as their overall satisfaction are top priorities. 

Graduates of our Hospitality Management program can go on to careers as banquet managers, restaurant managers, food and beverage service managers, and catering service managers. On a daily basis, you’ll need to apply your managerial skills to manage all aspects of a restaurant or catering business, including front-of-house and foodservice operations. Establishing work schedules, ordering food and beverage supplies, and training new staff in health and safety procedures are just some of the duties you can expect. If you’re looking to combine your passion for food with excellent management and people skills, this could be the career path for you. 

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