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Tel: +632-8366-6023

Email: eliteeduc@yahoo.com

G/F, Rose Garden 2 Bldg.,

64 Rosal St., Villa Theresa Subd., Marulas, Valenzuela, 1441, Philippines

TESDA Programs

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ELITE Institute is an institution accredited by TESDA that offers Technical and Vocational Education and Training Programs (TVET) under the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

Housekeeping NC II is a technical-vocational program is designed to train students in preparing guest rooms, cleaning premises and equipment, washing linen and guest clothes, providing housekeeping services, and providing valet services to hotels, motels, clubs, hospitals, resorts, dormitories, and luxury liners.

Some examples of skills that you will acquire

from enrolling in this course include:

  • Developing and updating industry knowledge

  • Observing workplace hygiene procedures

  • Performing computer operations

  • Performing workplace and safety practices

  • Providing effective customer services

  • Providing Housekeeping Services to Guest

  • Preparing Rooms for Guest

  • Cleaning Premises

  • Providing Valet Service

  • Washing Linen and Guest Clothes


 

The Housekeeping NC II program is supervised and accredited by TESDA (a government agency that regulates vocational courses), and TESDA-accredited education institutions may offer this program. Housekeeping NC II program may also be incorporated in undergraduate courses such as BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BSHRM).

Food and Beverage Services NC II is a technical-vocational program that trains students on the preparation of food plans and meals for restaurants, hotels, canteens, banquets and functions, and basically any establishment that serves food to a large number of people. The program teaches students how to properly welcome guests and take food and beverage orders, promote food and beverage products and provide food and beverage service to guests.

This program educates students about kitchen/service area procedures and protocols and the general routine and responsibilities in the food and beverage department. More importantly, students are properly oriented on how to receive and handle guest concerns. The Food and Beverage Services NCII program also develops students’ skills in bar operation and maintenance and cocktail preparation and mixing.

Some examples of skills that you will acquire from enrolling in this course include:

  • Developing and updating industry knowledge

  • Observing workplace hygiene procedures

  • Performing computer operations

  • Performing workplace and safety practices

  • Providing effective customer services

  • Prepare the dining room/restaurant area for service

  • Welcome guests and take food and beverage orders

  • Promote food and beverage products

  • Provide room service

  • Receive and handle guest concerns