Las Vegas still has the cache of being the hospitality capital of the world, and our philosophy of teaching in the classroom and in the field makes our programs unique and attractive to our students.
Las Vegas (PRWEB) November 15, 2010
The International School of Hospitality’s short-term, intensified certificate courses continue to draw international students, as well as students from outside the Las Vegas area. This year alone, graduates have come from as far away as Indonesia, Turkey, Macau, Taiwan and the Dominican Republic. Additionally, students from the 50-United States, both near and far outnumber local students for the FASTtrack programs that include Conference Management & Event Planning, Hotel Operations and Wedding Coordination & Design.
“Students do have the option to participate in our online learning programs,” commented Timothy Lam, Director of TISOH, “but Las Vegas still has the cache of being the hospitality capital of the world, and our philosophy of teaching in the classroom and in the field makes our five-week, certificate programs unique and attractive to our students. They value the entire experience of learning in Las Vegas from noted industry professionals.”
The TISOH’s campus is conveniently located close to McCarran International Airport at 3614 E. Sunset Road, Suite 110.
Besides their FASTtrack programs, TISOH offers certificate and executive diploma programs that run in the evenings for 16 weeks and online learning with rolling admissions.
2010 marks the fifth anniversary of the school. The International School of Hospitality (TISOH) was founded in 2005 by professors from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The mission of the school is to offer practical, short-term hospitality training programs developed for industry by industry. Along with class instruction, most courses include site visits and working internships. The school curriculum includes conference management and event planning, meeting & event catering, event design & production, hospitality leadership and supervision, wedding coordination and design, the art of concierge, art of food and beverage, hotel operations and hospitality human resources. Students may elect to study on site or enroll in TISOH’s online courses. The school is an Academic Partner of the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute.
For more information, contact The International School of Hospitality at 702.947.7200 or visit http://www.tisoh.com.