III Hotel Department Organization

TEA Units of Study: TEKS "Knowledge and skills" subsections covered:

A. Organizational chart B. Overview of management positions C. Department descriptions D. Job descriptions E. Front and back of the house

  • (1) The student gains additional academic knowledge and skills required to pursue the full range of career and postsecondary education opportunities within the hospitality services industry.
    • (A) apply advanced reading, writing, and mathematical skills necessary to perform job tasks in the hospitality industry
  • (3) The student researches career opportunities and qualifications to broaden awareness of careers available in the hospitality industry.
    • (M) use organizational charts to analyze workplace operations
    • (N) research the major duties and qualifications for hospitality managerial positions
    • (O) review the functions, skills, and tasks of essential departments within a hospitality operation

Resources:

  • Hospitality Services, High School Curriculum Caddy, CEV Multimedia, Ltd., 2004
  • Hospitality Services Curriculum Guide, Reference Book, Student Activity, and Tests, Curriculum Center for FCS, 2003 – Ch. 5, 7
  • Hospitality Services: Food and Lodging, Goodheart-Willcox Company, 2004 – Ch. 15

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