Fort Myers Hospitality Students Learn Housekeeping From The Experts: Fort Myers hospitality students study housekeeping along with hands on experience on their field trip to the Holiday Inn Express Forum. The average time to clean a hotel room is about 25min with one housekeeper. The average KU time has been 1hr with 2-3 people. That just goes to show it is not as easy as it looks and remember to tip your housekeepers when you travel. The KU students received a tour and some professional feedback from our Advisory Board Member and General Manager Alexa Hardin as to what they can expect after graduation.
Fort Myers Hospitality Students Attend Guest First Training: Fort Myers Hospitality students attended Guest First Training in conjunction with the Lee County Visitors Convention Bureau at Tarpon Lodge & Restaurant. As a part of the Hospitality curriculum the students attend a total of 6 “Guest First Training” classes with other hospitality professionals throughout Lee County that provide them with training and professional development on how to treat guest within the hospitality industry. This training is also part of their CGSP certification that the students obtain in partnership with the American Hotel & Lodging Education Institute.