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February 18, 2013

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ASHLAND —

Hospitality skills class will be offered

HUNTINGTON - Goodwill Industries of KYOWVA will begin its new 18-week course in Hospitality Skills Training on March 11. Class times will be from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday at 1005 Virginia Ave.

The course offers 12 hours of college credit from Mountwest Community and Technical College. Course topics include a la carte dining service, culinary sanitation and safety, introduction to travel and tourism, professional cake decorating and Microsoft Office 2010. Students work hands-on with Huntington’s Kitchen to complete class projects. Students will have the opportunity to test for the ServSafe Food Protection Manager exam at the end of the program. The hospitality program includes job readiness training.

Students should enroll as early as possible and complete the necessary Free Application for Federal Student Aid documentation to determine eligibility for funding. If desired, students can continue their education through MCTC’s associate degree program in culinary arts.

The deadline for registration is March 5. For more information about the program and its enrollment process, call Kay Cremeans at (304) 523-7461.

 

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