Hospitality Professional


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Why become a Hospitality Professional?

If you are thinking about making a good career choice, then a career in Hospitality is definitely worth looking at. Luxurious Hotels, Resort Hotels, Fine Dining, Restaurants, Cruises and many more exciting choices lie ahead of you if you want to immerse in an industry of the future.

“Hospitality Professional” courses at CVT Myanmar enable you to learn the trade and graduate either in Food & Beverage Operation or in Front Office & Housekeeping Operation. The curriculum for the courses are based on the ASEAN Competency Standard for the Hospitality Industries. A mixture of theory and practical training will equip you with a wide range of knowledge and skills; you will thus become a qualified player in the hospitality environment.

A Hospitality Professional knows how to

  • take reservations, carry out hosting functions, handle full-house situations, take and serve orders
  • cultivate customer rapport, manage their needs and expectations
  • service guestrooms, perform night-turn down service and complete end-of-shift activities
  • manage and supervise duty rosters and room cleaning schedules
  • prepare, cook and present dishes and food

The corresponding vocational training for Hospitality Professionals at CVT is based on training and learning at the vocational school, the training company and the practical training center (PTC). The training course takes two years. Students will get a certificate as CVT Hospitality Professional when they pass the final exam.

After successfully completing the vocational training, several courses for further education can be attended.

Core competences of a Hospitality Professional:

1. Business administration and organization
2. Hygiene, occupational safety, fire and health protection
3. Logistics (Goods management from procurement to disposal)
4. Guest Services
5. Room design
6. Maintenance
7. Laundry service
8. Machinery, equipment, utensils
9. Myanmar language and the various forms of communication
10. English in a professional setting
11. IT competences – computer literacy
12. Methodological, social and personal competences

Subjects

Theory

Front Office & Housekeeping Operation Course

  • Front Office
  • Housekeeping
  • Opera Property Management System
  • Hospitality Industrial Knowledge

Food & Beverage Operation Course

  • Food Production (Kitchen)
  • Food & Beverage Service
  • POS (Point of Sales) system
  • Hospitality Industrial Knowledge
English Business and Hospitality English, Level A2-B1
Information/Communication/Administration International Computer Driving License
ICDL-Modules: Computer Essentials, Word Processing, On-line Essentials, Excel
Myanmar/Social Skills Mastering of mother tongue and self-competences

Additional lessons for:

PTC for Front Office Guest care (taking reservations, check in/out, guest payments, escorting, handling guest requests)
PTC for Housekeeping Room service (room preparation, cleaning, checking, administration), guest care (laundry, pick up, delivery)
PTC for F&B service Presenting and serving skills for traditional and international dining room and buffet services
PTCs for F&B kitchen Preparation of food, cooking, Western and Asian style
Supervised learning Self-determined computer practice, supervised by a teacher

The Hospitality Professional training program has two parts:

Part Description Fee *
Intensive Introduction Course IIC Ten weeks, five days a week, of intensive training at school preparing for the apprenticeship program MMK 300,000
Apprenticeship Course AC 21 months of dual training: five days working and practicing at the training company, one day per week at the vocational school 1st and 2nd term – MMK 300’000
3rd and 4th term – to be announce

The IIC gives students the necessary knowledge and skills to join the main course (AC) and successfully apply for the vocational training in a company.

The Apprenticeship Program provides the comprehensive vocational training at school and the training company to get the diploma as a certified CVT Hospitality Professional.

* The all-inclusive fees cover cost for course books, course material, ICDL-modules, exams, diploma etc.

Course schedule Intensive Introduction Course IIC

Intensive Introduction Course IIC

Start August 2020
Duration 10 weeks / 9 lessons per day
Schedule Monday – Friday
Subjects F&B: Cuisine, Food and Beverage Service, Practical Training
Room Division: Front office, Housekeeping, Practical Training
Industrial Knowledge, MSG, PMS – Business English – ICA (Information / Communication/ Administration) – Myanmar & Social Skills

Cost MMK 300’000
all inclusive (course books, ICDL certificates, exam fees etc.)
Admission requirements Minimum age 17 years
Basic Education High School Level
ID card copy, family registration copy, criminal check record, health recommendation letter
Objective IIC Certificate CVT and ICDL certificates
Perspective Students who have passed the IIC test are allowed to join the subsequent Apprenticeship Program.
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Course schedule Apprenticeship Course

First year (Terms 1 and 2)

Start November 2020
Duration 9 months, ending July 2021
Schedule One weekday, 8 lessons
Subjects F&B: Cuisine, Food and Beverage Service, Practical Training
Room Division: Front office, Housekeeping, Practical Training
Industrial Knowledge, MSG, PMS – Business English – ICA (Information / Communication/ Administration) – Myanmar & Social Skills
Cost MMMK 300’000
all inclusive (course books, ICDL certificates, exam fees etc.)
Admission Requirements Passed IIC test (IIC Certificate)
Objective Promotion to second year and ICDL certificates
Perspective Promoted students are allowed to continue with the second year of the Apprenticeship Program.
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Second year (Term 3 and 4)

Start August 2021
Duration 12 months, final exams July 2022
Schedule One weekday, 8 lessons
Subjects F&B: Cuisine, Food and Beverage Service, Practical Training
Room Division: Front office, Housekeeping, Practical Training
Industrial Knowledge, MSG, PMS – Business English – ICA (Information / Communication/ Administration) – Myanmar & Social Skills
Cost to be announced
Admission Requirements Promotion first year
Objective CVT certified Hospitality Professional and ICDL certificates
Perspective Access to further education program CVT, specialization courses and courses in business studies, accounting, ICT and languages
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Teachers at CVT

Daw Nwe Tha Zin
Daw Nwe Tha Zin
Head of Profession HG
Daw Ni Ni Aye Nyo
Daw Ni Ni Aye Nyo
Teacher
U Saw Eh Doe Win
U Saw Eh Doe Win
Teacher
Daw Naw Sahly Htoo
Daw Naw Sahly Htoo
Teacher
Daw Ngu Wah Tin
Daw Ngu Wah Tin
Teacher
Daw Yamin Htay
Daw Yamin Htay
Teacher

Testimonial

Ms. Su Wai Naing

I am an apprentice who has been learning in third year HG. I am glad to study at CVT that I can always apply the lesson taught by school in my work field. After my graduation at CVT, I expect to manage myself for the new opportunities. The completion certificate certified by CVT will be worthwhile and applicable for my future. I would like to improve my working life in coming future and to be a good leader to support my family well. I want to express my sincere gratitude towards CVT because it is the best choice for the youths. If you are chosen to be a part of CVT, you could be one of the luckiest ones among the youths.

Ms. Su Wai Naing (HG 10)

Mr. Thurein Soe Htay

I am a final year student of Hotel and Gastronomy class, majoring “Room Division” in CVT Myanmar. In the class, we have been learning not only the subject’s theories and logics with real-life examples but also class group works, projects and activities with full facilities and materials. The greatest benefit of taking this class is that I have enhanced the duties and functions of organization which I can apply those in work. Moreover, I have gained more confidence than before that leads to achieve my dreams. That is why I would like to thank to every lecturers and teachers for both teaching the subjects and instructing us to walk on our right career path.

Mr. Thurein Soe Htay
Wyne Hotel

Mr. Min Thein San

My name is Min Thein San. I am a Hotel and Gastronomy apprentice at CVT Myanmar. I am really delighted to study at CVT Myanmar because I get theoretical and practical training in a well-equipped environment. As the lessons taught at CVT Myanmar are theoretically and practically applicable at our workplace, it is tremendously beneficial for all of us. I am working at the front desk in the Millennium hotel. As I am a lot more confident in my job after attending the course at CVT, my work becomes more efficient and successful. I would like to express my special thanks to every teacher who is teaching us with great devotion without any discrimination.

Millennium Hotel