Dorchester Collection Academy launches new initiative to support Hospitality Industry
Many industries, including the hospitality sector, have been hit hard as a result of Covid-19. In light of this, Dorchester Collection Academy is launching a new charitable initiative on August 4, 2020 to support and help hospitality professionals who may have been made redundant; offering its bespoke services on a complimentary basis to a select number of UK applicants.
The academy is the first of its kind in the UK luxury hospitality market, and this unique opportunity will offer a complimentary, 90 minute, tailored interview practice session (either virtually or face-to-face) with vital feedback to help hospitality managers on their journey to securing a new role.
The 12 selected managers within the hospitality industry (e.g. hotels, restaurants, airlines, cruise companies) will spend one-on-one time with the academy's experienced team, headed by global director, Beth Aarons.
To apply, managers can contact the academy via email on [email protected] and a member of the academy team will be in touch. Applications open on Tuesday, August 4, and close on Thursday, August 20, 2020.
The academy team provides consultancy support, bespoke learning programmes and executive coaching for individuals, luxury and aspirational brands. These events can be hosted in our state-of-the-art training facilities, and stylish and customisable rooms in Mayfair.
Dorchester Collection Academy
Dorchester Collection Academy is the first of its kind in the UK luxury hospitality market, offering consultancy services together with bespoke learning programmes focused on leadership and customer service for other luxury businesses and aspirational brands. The academy's expertise has been carefully crafted from the models and techniques used to develop the award-winning service at Dorchester Collection's hotels. It is this in-depth understanding of exceptional and engaged service that provides a truly unique perspective.
foremost luxury hotels in Europe and the USA. By applying its unrivalled experience and capability in owning and operating some of the world's great individual hotels, the company's vision is to become the ultimate hotel management company, with a passion for excellence and innovation, honouring the individuality and heritage of its iconic hotels. This will be achieved through acquisition as well as management of wholly owned and part-owned hotels. Dorchester Collection's Chief Executive Christopher Cowdray has set out the company's goal to have between 15-20 hotels by 2015.