This course describes the skills, knowledge and performance outcomes required to explore and analyze the management and practices of lodging required to explore and analyze the management and practices of lodging operations and related sales activities in the major operating and support departments. It will also expose the students on the unique aspect of managing a service-based lodging establishment delivered by diverse employees and understanding of the business and financial operations of the lodging firm. The course introduces the housekeeping department of a hotel and lodging organization: its organizational structure; roles and responsibilities; functions of the department; equipment and tools for housekeeping operations; methods and procedures of cleaning operations including linen, uniform and laundry service; general maintenance and decoration of a hotel; safety and sanitation in housekeeping operations; management of operations and recordkeeping; precautionary procedures; guest safety and hotel assets. Laboratory includes actual exposure in the housekeeping operations.
- Teacher: JESUSA ANA MARIA JACALNE
- Enrolled students: 25