Travel, Tourism & Hotel Management

Travel, Tourism & Hotel Management

Site: Northern Career Institute-Willoughby
Two-year program: grades 11-12
Career Technical programs in lodging and travel service prepare learners for careers in management, marketing and operations of lodging facilities, meetings and events and travel-related services. Students will be ready for entry level employment and post-secondary education in pathways that relate to hospitality hotel management, restaurant and food/beverage services, lodging services, travel and tourism, recreation, amusement, and attractions.
Guest speakers from the industry and field experiences are included in regular class time. Seniors are permitted to work second semester in a hospitality-related position during program hours with permission and proper paperwork completed.

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Instructor: Mrs. Cathy Covill
  • Education: Kent State University-BA/Elementary Education, CTE License; Master’s of Education; Certified Hospitality Instructor-American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute; ServSafe Manager Certification.
  • Work Experience: Instructor-Travel, Tourism & Hotel Management; Hospitality Industry (27 yrs): Madison County Club (15 yrs) -Assistant Manager, Supervisor, Server; Kirtland Country Club; Shoreby Club-Assistant Manager; Canterbury Golf Club-Clubhouse Manager; Lodge and Conference Center/Geneva-on-the-Lake-Food and Beverage Manager; Quaker Steak and Lube/Mentor-opening Marketing Manager.

Additional Information

Credits: Junior Year - 3 credits (2 Courses-1.5 credits each)
Senior Year - 3 credits (3 Courses-1 credit each)

The student will learn:
    •    Business Operations/21st Century Skills
    •    Experience Management
    •    Safety and Sanitation
    •    Culinary Industry Fundamentals
    •    Foodservice Operations
    •    Lodging Operations
    •    Travel and Tourism Operations
    •    Event Planning & Design

    •    Hospitality Fundamentals
    •    Front Office Management & Operations
    •    Event & Food Planning
    •    Hospitality Management
    •    Travel & Adventure Planning

    •  Lakeland Community College
    •   University of Akron
    •   Hocking College


    •    Guest Service Gold (American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute)
    •    Workplace Safety and Health (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
    •    ServSafe Manager (National Restaurant Association)
    •    Teenage Restaurant Worker Safety (Occupational Health and Safety Administration)
    •    Hospitality & Tourism Management Professional (AHLEI)
    •    General Manager  
    •    Small Business Owner
    •    Meeting Planner    
    •    Reservationist   
    •    Destination Marketer    
    •    Front Office Manager
    •    Executive Housekeeper  
    •    Front Desk Supervisor      
    •    Convention Service Manager    
    •    Director of Hospitality Sales        
    •    Gaming and Casino Supervisor   
    •    Rooms Division Manager        
    •    Tourism Marketing Specialist        
    •    Welcome Center Supervisor 
Postsecondary majors for which this pathway prepares students include:
    •    Administrative Management Technology           
    •    Hotel, Tourism and Event Management
    •    Meeting and Events Planning               
    •    Gaming Management
    •    Hotel and Restaurant Management
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