Stratford's Hotel and Restaurant Management course offers a detailed outlook and understanding of todays hospitality and tourism industries. This career training course help you learn how to combine both the business and personal components of the job in a way that can lead to continued career success.
Everything needed to complete this home study course is included in our one, low tuition price. Finish in as little as six months, or take up to two years if you prefer.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the median annual salary for food service managers is $50,820, and the medial annual salary for lodging managers is $51,840.*
Salaries can vary depending on the place of employment, educational attainment, and the specific duties performed.
Introduction to Hospitality Management Overview of the Hospitality Industry
Restaurant and Hotel Staff Positions
Career Opportunities in Hospitality Management
Human Resources and Payroll
The Manager as Leader and Motivator
The Manager as Enforcer of Quality Standards
The Manager as Enforcer of Ethical Standards
Personal Qualities Needed for Success in the Hospitality Business
Restaurant Management Classifying Restaurants
Standards and Service
Financial Statements and Business Plans
Buying an Existing Restaurant
Hotel Management Overview of the Hotel Industry
A Day in a Typical Hotel
Hotel Computer Systems and Programs
Hotel Operations Reports, Calculations, and Bookkeeping
Competitive Tactics in Hotel Management
General Management Skills for Hotel Managers
Starting and Managing Various Hospitality Businesses Bed and Breakfasts
RV Parks and Campgrounds
Hunting and Fishing Guides and Lodges
Adventure and Historical Tour Guides and Lodges
Small Food-Service Ventures
This educational program is an introductory course designed to help students gain knowledge necessary for the vocational application of this subject.
We take great pride in providing you with the most up-to-date textbooks and equipment. One or more of the above-mentioned subjects may, therefore, change if updating becomes necessary during the course of your studies. The order in which the course material is presented may vary.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition