Spoken English Level 1-3 ​ – St. Joseph's Institute of Hotel Management & Catering Technology, Palai – Just Excel with Us..

Being the most widely spoken language in the world, it makes sense that English is vital within the hospitality sector. Learn more here.
The world of hospitality involves travel and tourism and so having a main language across the world that’s spoken by all employees in this field is important.
Whether a person is employed by a hotel, restaurant or travel agents in a non-English speaking country, you can expect them to have a good level of English. Although many countries around the world have their own unique tourism treasures, they share a common language and this puts workers as well as travellers at ease.
Remember, in the hospitality sector, no matter where you’re working, you’re likely to meet people from across the world and many of them will likely to communicate with you in English.
If you’d like to brush up on your knowledge, English language courses specifically for hospitality workers can be found. You can also learn with books and YouTube videos.
This course is designed to do Neutralisation of accent and development of vocabulary and confidence to speak fluently.
There are multiple levels of learning such as level 1- 4 . each level is designed as per the convenience of the participants.