EHL Group, which includes Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, a worldwide reference in hotel management schools, and the Luxury Hotelschool Paris offer executive training in Paris to develop the skills of French hoteliers in management and project management.
This brand-new program, developed with EHL Advisory Services, the consulting and executive professional training unit of the EHL Group, is aimed at managers in the hotel industry who wish to acquire additional management and strategy skills, and who wish to work in a team on an innovative project. The program is particularly aimed at managers who will have to assume greater responsibilities in the near future.
The program is divided into 14 blocks of 3 days a year and is aimed at hoteliers in office. The training is delivered in French and English and leads to an executive certificate in Luxury Hospitality Management jointly delivered by both institutions.
Classes starting in September 2019 will take place on the Luxury Hotelschool campus in Clichy, close to the L'Oréal research centre, as well as in luxury hotels in Paris. Half the lecturers are from the Luxury Hotelschool, and the other half from EHL.
The cost of the program is 19,800 euros with the possibility to benefit from a discount of 50% for this first session with early booking (before June 30, 2019).
« We bring our expertise in luxury hotel management to the service of this exceptional program, which will enable hoteliers to validate their skills and gain access to higher levels of responsibility. Our alliance with Lausanne offers graduates worldwide recognition of their competencies. »
« The luxury hotel industry is the leading segment of the hospitality industry for its emotional and economic impact. Continuing education is an obligation for all managers and a priority for us, to support professionals in the rapid evolution of the market. Together with the Luxury Hotelschool Paris, we offer participants a new perspective, with the aim of inspiring them to deliver an unforgettable customer experience and develop more relevant management tools. »