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Australias Hyatt Hotels Open Hospitality School

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Australias Hyatt hotels have opened what is called the Pacific School of Hospitality (PSOH). The school provides associates working in the participating hotels with training and development courses, and also allows hotel staff to complete a Certificate III or IV in Hospitality while working at the hotels. Most hospitality employers in the country recognize the training certificate.

The programme is a joint initiative of Hyatt hotels in Australia, Mint Group Australia and the governments Department of Education and Training. Hotels participating include the Grand Hyatt Melbourne, Hyatt Hotel Canberra, Hyatt Regency Coolum, Hyatt Regency Perth, Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove, Park Hyatt Melbourne and Park Hyatt Sydney.

Area Director of Human Resources for Hyatt hotels in Australia, Andrew Nodding, said, The development and implementation of the PSOH has been a total hotel initiative, with a team of training specialists working tirelessly to prepare specialized training material.

Through the new programme, hotel associates will receive a wealth of experience and knowledge enabling them to perform their job with confidence and skill. Each associate will have a personalised learning syllabus customised to suit their individual requirements, Nodding added. 

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