The CLIMB Hospitality Professional Development program is an accredited library of effective and interactive 60-minute online training classes.
The International School of Hospitality (TISOH) has announced the launch of a new modality of learning, CLIMB. Whereas TISOH is known for its certificate and diploma programs, the CLIMB Hospitality Professional Development program represents a time-sensitive form of learning specifically for professionals of all levels.
The CLIMB Hospitality Professional Development program is a complete library of self-paced e-learning programs, designed by and for hospitality professionals, that is usable across all connected devices and suited to a professional’s busy lifestyle. Harnessing a range of learning artifacts, the targeted programming features interactive content leading to improved comprehension and learner engagement.
CLIMB users may choose to take 60-min classes individually, or as a five-class Skill Series. Skills Series include: Guest Service, Communication, Essential Management, People Management, and Restaurant Management. Additionally, users may choose to take a 10-class Core Series to orient and increase the skill level of those in associate, supervisor, or manager levels.
Key program highlights of the CLIMB e-learning system include: industry professional developers, 60-minute classes, the ability to learn from anywhere, 100% accessible on mobile, tablet, or computer, the ability to start and pick-up as needed, low cost, CEU records as documentation of learning, and a learning summary for each class.
The entire program is accredited by ACCET, the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training. TISOH is an accredited member of ACCET, a national institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U. S. Department of Education,. is also listed in the American Council on Education’s Accredited Institutions of Postsecondary Education (AIPE) and the Council on Higher Education Accreditation’s (CHEA) website, which are widely used by government agencies, military services, corporations, and professional organizations for identifying credible education and training organizations relative to accepting CEU credits and establishing tuition reimbursement policies.
For employers, CLIMB provides for instant, turnkey hospitality training. Subscription-based, CLIMB provides both value and a wide range of options for learners. Users have full control over their learning experience, while managers maintain supervisorial control of their subscribed learners.
“Companies need a turnkey solution of relevant learning that is affordable. Hospitality professionals yearn for education that is meaningful, applicable, and accommodating of their schedules. That is where CLIMB excels.” said Marcus M. Lam, Director of Admissions and Recruitment for TISOH.
The International School of Hospitality (TISOH)
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