He Center for Higher Studies in Hospitality of Malaga (CESHMA) has opened the registration period for the new training center that will open its doors in Estepona next September, with an offer of 6 courses of 360 hours duration, as reported by the organization on Thursday.
Thus, the Center for Higher Studies in Hospitality Costa del Sol will be the entity in charge of managing this new school, which will be located in the facilities of the Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions of Esteponaceded by the Municipal Council.
The training center will teach cooking cycles and It will offer the basic course, the intermediate course and the advanced course, while for the dining room training offer there is a catalog of courses such as professional waiter, mixology, sommelier and barista.
Also I know will give specialized workshops in all disciplines, each course lasts 360 hours and includes professional practices carried out in top-level hotels and restaurants, they have detailed.
The Hospitality School will also have a internship restaurant with a daily menu that the students of the center will prepare, a space that will open from Monday to Friday and will have popular prices. In addition, the Hospitality School will also have a bar-cafeteria where students can do internships.
On the other hand, they have pointed out that hethe methodology will be customized since each training itinerary is exclusive for each student, taking into account their abilities and concerns and there is flexibility both in schedules and in content to reconcile family and work life because “the main objective is to achieve a high-quality job opportunity”.
Likewise, the start-up of the school will guarantee the quota of places offered and qualified professional opportunities, through a network of agreements with companies in the municipality, giving priority to the local ones. The school will also support the events organized by the City Council and will be proactive in proposals that improve the image of the municipality.
In this way, they have pointed out that the opening of a new hospitality school on the Costa del Sol in Estepona will contribute excellence in the service sector in an environment where the main economic engine is tourism and the possibility of developing a professional career for all those who want to dedicate themselves to the hospitality industry.