Turing Scheme Funding Opportunities in the Hospitality Sector
Exciting news! Are you looking to jumpstart your student's career in the hospitality industry? The Turing Scheme Department of OTI Group and One Terrene International is offering numerous opportunities in Cyprus to help your educational institute reach your student's professional goals. We collaborate with 3,4 and 5-star hotels in Cyprus in various hospitality sectors. Get in touch to find out more about the specific placements and job descriptions. Whether your students are interested in hotel management, culinary arts, or customer service, the Turing Scheme opportunities we offer, have got you covered. Join us now and take the first step towards a rewarding experience for your students in the hospitality sector in Cyprus! We are willing to partner with you if your Educational Institute is preparing to apply for the Turing Scheme by this upcoming April deadline.
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Offered Operational Services:
We offer operational services such as:
- booking flights,
- project management services and other related services
to assist with the implementation of Turing Scheme projects.
A hotel bartender is responsible for serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to guests in the hotel bar. They should have a thorough knowledge of different types of drinks, their ingredients, and how to mix them properly. They should be able to provide excellent customer service, handle cash and credit transactions, maintain the cleanliness of the bar, and adhere to all alcohol serving laws and regulations.
Hotel Kitchen Assistant:
A hotel kitchen assistant is responsible for assisting the chef and other kitchen staff in preparing and cooking meals for hotel guests. Their duties may include prepping ingredients, cleaning and organizing the kitchen, washing dishes, and ensuring that all kitchen equipment is maintained and in good working condition.
Hotel Receptionist (Assistant):
A hotel receptionist assistant is the first point of contact for guests when they arrive at the hotel. They are responsible for greeting guests, checking them in and out of their rooms, answering phone calls and emails, handling customer complaints, and providing information about the hotel's amenities and services. They must be able to multitask, have excellent communication and customer service skills, and be proficient in using hotel management software.
Hotel Restaurant Waiter:
A hotel restaurant waiter is responsible for providing excellent customer service to guests dining in the hotel restaurant. Their duties may include taking orders, serving food and drinks, answering customer questions about the menu, providing recommendations, handling customer complaints, and ensuring that the restaurant is clean and well-maintained. They must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, be able to work well under pressure and have a thorough knowledge of the restaurant's menu and wine list.
- Be a UK resident
- Have an up-to-date passport
- Able to commit for the full 90-day duration of the programme
- Not currently studying
- Be over +18 years old
- Educated to a minimum of 5X GCSE's or equivalent