ATSA and CHTA launched a Caribbean Supercharged Service Program on Saturday. The program is under the direction of CHTA’s Education Foundation
More than 330 Tourism Professionals signed up for the yearend program, and Luigi Heredia, President, Aruba Timeshare Association, had the distinct pleasure to open it officially on Saturday.
ATSA will be running this program for 3 weeks with a record number of registrations, some participants are taking 2 sessions. The training program offers four curriculums in total, Food & Beverage, Food & Beverage Advance, Food & Beverage Supervisor and Housekeeping.
The program will be concluding with great fanfare, December 14th, celebrating all hospitality participants who took part and earned a graduation certificate. The ceremony will unfold at the Marriott Aruba Resort and Stellaris Casino.
More than 30 local companies responded positively to the announcement that the Education Foundation is heading to Aruba, as well as individuals across the spectrum of the Aruba tourism product. Participants are members of ATSA AHATA, AF&BA, and VRPA, they share the belief that work team must be developed and learning is an ongoing journey.
The Education Foundation trainers Louise & Suzanne were excited to be back, hosting the program with the tremendous conference team at La Cabana Beach Resort & Spa. La Cabana is generously supporting this training initiative, kudos and thanks to them.
Presented by Aruba Timeshare Association, delivering partners, Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation, endorsed by AHATA, supporting partners, the Aruba Tourism Authority, Sunset car rentals, Interval Int’l, La Cabana Beach Resort and Casino in Casa Del Mar Resort.