World-renowned Peak Technical Institute presented today its redesigned signature training program Professional Hospitality Management to meet a rising industry demand for estate management and hospitality training.
As part of the rollout of new, improved services, Peak’s has rebranded its signature course, Professional Household Management (PHM), to Professional Hospitality Management as a better overarching brand for hospitality training, but the change is not in name only.
Throughout the Professional Hospitality Management course, students train in world-class properties for the very best hands-on training experience, including dinner service for a principal homeowner in the magnificent Villa Collina, the largest multimillion dollar home in the state of Tennessee.
Peak’s staff, offering top-of-the-line educational practices and hands-on experience, train students in the Villa Collina, a 36,720 square-foot mansion located on an 8-acre property in Knoxville, Tenn. The beautiful Villa Collina features 50 rooms, including 8 bedrooms, 11 full bathrooms, indoor and outdoor pools and features a host of unique entertaining amenities vital to student training, including a nearly 3,000 square-foot wine cellar, sauna, dance floor, exercise room, tri-level library, home theatre and staff quarters.
Peak Technical Institute has expanded its hospitality offerings across the hospitality industry. Peak now offers not only estate management certification and enlisted aide training for military personnel, but also hospitality and professional service programs and seminars in business, college and career preparedness and hotel training.
At the beginning of 2017, Peak rolled out with its Housekeeping Training and Food and Beverage Service courses, preparing individuals for an exciting, rewarding career in a robust industry.
Peak’s Housekeeping Training program hones roles and responsibilities of a housekeeper/room attendant, customer service, cleaning methods, housekeeping services and many more relevant topics, including receiving CPR certification.
The Food and Beverage service program prepares individuals in the food and beverage industry with hygienic practices, resume writing 101, customer service and basic knowledge on understanding risks and preventative measures at work. Individuals also receive certification in Serve Safe Tennessee and their ABC Server Permit in the state of Tennessee.
Peak Technical Institute offers an array of hospitality classes throughout 2017, including a Professional Hospitality Management course that begins Feb. 27. As always, Peak can create a training program tailored around your schedule and career needs. For more information or to expand your career possibilities, visit YouHaveArrived.com or contact our Peak staff at 855-399-7325 ext. 1073.