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Hospitality Training Available in Petoskey

News Release
February 21, 2012


Contact:            Jaclyn Sanborn                                                           Carrie Bourdages

Business Connections Manager                             Communications Specialist

Voice:(231) 929-5046                                                 Voice: (231) 929-5038

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Hospitality Training Available in Petoskey
Enrollment Sessions - March 5, 12

Training Sessions - March 19-23, 26-30
Petoskey Michigan Works! Service Center, The Inn at Bay Harbor


PETOSKEY, MI — The Hospitality Skills Alliance, a program of the Northwest Michigan Council of Governments (NWMCOG), will host a training session in Petoskey for people interested in entering a hospitality career. This training is offered in partnership with North Central Michigan College and The Inn at Bay Harbor. Classes will be held at The Inn at Bay Harbor March 19-23 and March 26-30, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day.

Participants will learn customer service and customer needs awareness skills, communication, and techniques for success in the hospitality industry. Successful graduates of the program will receive a certificate of completion from North Central Michigan College. Graduates will also have the opportunity  to meet potential employers and  to practice interviewing skills.

The training is designed for workers seeking hospitality training to advance their careers. Financial assistance is available through Northwest Michigan Works! for eligible participants.

Enrollment is limited and registration is required. Registrants are required to attend two mandatory enrollment appointments on March 5 and March 12 at the Petoskey Michigan Works! Service Center.

For more information, and to register, please call Petoskey Michigan Works! at (231) 347-5150.



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