CETT-UB offers these upper vocational training studies with the aim to qualify the prospective hotel professionals for the operational and managerial aspects in the different areas of accommodation establishments, such as reception, customer care, housekeeping department supervision and management, commercialisation and sales of products and services on offer, event management and coordination or overall operations management.
Our teaching staff for the Tourism Accommodation Management is made up of teachers specialized in the tourist sector as well as managing staff Hotel Alimara, own business for hands-on training in the workplace. The fact that the Hotel managing staff participates directly in the classrooms, allows students to receive real, first-hand knowledge of the world of hospitality.
Besides the official certificate of vocational studies, CETT-UB’s students can choose a personalized career path which added to the vocational training studies, the internship and the end of studies project, will give them the necessary specialized knowledge to obtain CETT-UB’s Specialization Diploma in Protocol and Public Relations in the Tourist Sector Business, Commercialisation of Tourist Products and Services. This specialization gives students the possibility to deal much deeper with subjects related to their vocational studies, making them suitable for more specific professional profiles.
The training in the sector workplaces included in the academic programme is the ideal connection with the labour market, allowing the students to acquire experience before they enter this market.
The students go through a hands-on training period in Hotel Alimara as a previous step for internship in the sector. This training allows students to acquire and develop skills which will make the later internship in the hospitality sector companies far more profitable. The students can choose by themselves the hands-on work training areas according to their personal preferences, which guarantees students a professional training to match their professional expectations.