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Mr. Musgrave - Hospitality
 Teaching Children the Gift of Hospitality

At Benjamin Banneker Academy, Hospitality Management & Tourism offers a stimulating, supportive, and inclusive learning environment for students with diverse goals, abilities, and needs, who are interested in obtaining a career and  or continuing education as a lifelong learner.  Our program encourages students to expand their potential by developing knowledge, skills, and abilities to ultimately make lasting contributions in the hospitality industry.                                          

What is the current need for trained Hospitality employees?

The hospitality industry is growing along with its visitors and local services. Globally, the hospitality industry is by far the world's largest  employer and is expected to grow to $725B in revenue for 2011.  The skills we teach in this program are life and business skills you can take anywhere you like. 

The instruction provides a solid base of world-class customer service training, supervisory skills and industry-specific topics.  The classes are tailored to meet the needs of students while teaching the latest trends in the hospitality industry.  

Hospitality studies aim to introduce the students to a range of employment opportunities in the hospitality industry.

A broad overview of the industry is given particularly concentrating on the food production and service sectors, with practical work including cookery undertaken. Topics of study are Food Production, Food Service, Nutrition and the Hospitality Industry, and Accommodation Services.


(Hospitality) - Modeling Hospitality - Welcoming and Inviting Others - Good Manners - Quality Products, Good Service in a clean and safe environment. 


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