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Latte Training Academy now registering for hotel & hospitality certification

(Press Release) — The Latte Training Academy has announced the start of its newest cohort of its Skills, Tasks And Results Training or START under its hotel & hospitality training program.

The START certification is accredited through the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute and has been a flagship certification program since 2010.

“The START program certification has been highly sought after with a large percentage of participants working within our tourism industry. This training provides participants with a well-rounded knowledge base which carries across multiple areas of the hotel and hospitality industry. We have many employers seeking out our participants as they know that our certified graduates come with the skills and knowledge that allow them to quickly contribute to their organization” said LTA executive director Arielle Buyum.

The newest cohort is scheduled to start on August 6, 2018 and will run Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Latte Training Academy’s training facility on the 3rd floor of the Marianas Business Plaza. Interested participants can register for the course on-line at  Eligible US workers are able to avail of the training through the Latte Training Academy’s partnership with the CNMI Scholarship Office. 

“The START program is one of the most popular training certifications we offer. Many participants know that employment opportunities await them following the conclusion of the program, so we generally have a long waiting list. With the opportunity to utilize funding available from the CNMI Scholarship Office, we are able to offer more classes and serve a wider segment of our population. We are currently accepting registrations for the program, however seats are filling up fast. We encourage anyone interested to visit our website and register for their seat in the upcoming class,” said LTA president Juan-Carlos Benitez.