Teach Hospitality English: English for Resorts and Hotels
Online Certification Course
Our 20-hour Hospitality English course gives you everything you need to teach English at hotels and resorts in some of the world's most exotic locations.
You are needed in the world's most beautiful and interesting locations. Hospitality English is your passport to that world.
Like teaching Business English, Hospitality English emphasizes building functional skills for your students and this course has everything you need and more.
You would be expected to teach directly to the language skills your students need. Grammar-focused lessons just won't do. Lessons must strike their interest and you will need to create relevant contexts for your lessons. To teach hotel English correctly, you need to focus on the needs of your students and the language they need on the job.
The coursebook for this certification will lead you to those special topics that are relevant to these more demanding students. Teachers of Hospitality English are often paid 50-100% more than other EFL teachers.
Experienced teachers can expect this course to take about 20 hours including the lesson plans project. New or inexperienced teachers should expect it to take longer.
You are allowed one year to complete the course.
Your evaluation is based on submitting lesson plans on required topics within the bounds of teaching Hospitality English.
Hospitality English for Resorts and Hotels is all about teaching functional lessons rather than the grammar-based lessons that CELTA or other TEFL courses teach and your students will not need.
The course comes with your coursebook and a useful workbook with 71 pages of exercises and activities to match the functions in the coursebook.
This Certification Course is US$98
Included in this Course
- Free tutoring is via email, chat and Skype
- Hospitality English Coursebook
- Workbook for your Students
Topics of the course include structures and lessons for:
- Greeting and Receiving Guests
- Dealing with Requests
- Problems and Complaints.
- Giving Instructions
- Describing Hotel Facilities
- Describing Jobs
- Giving Directions
- Using the Telephone
- Shopping at the Hotel
- Bill Settlement
- And much much more...