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Being Coronavirus Aware

For Hotels, Bars & Restaurants

“The Coronavirus Awareness module provides a very valuable tool for the hospitality industry to be able to train staff in the protocols and within the guidelines for working safely and preventing the spread of Coronavirus. This type of training is very relevant and important for businesses to build the confidence of their staff in operating in this difficult and new safety environment.”

Institute of Hospitality

As hospitality reopens, the workplace will not only look and feel very different, it comes with increased responsibilities for both managers and staff.
Building customer trust is vital for the industry and the root of achieving this is in having staff who feel confident to carry out new procedures, feel safe themselves at work and have an understanding of their role in breaking the chain of infection.
Investing in training staff at this time is essential. Using our fully interactive module, Being Coronavirus Aware, businesses will ensure a consistent message to all staff and deliver a framework for understanding the enhanced protocols that will be put in place.
Our clients, both within the UK and internationally, have welcomed this addition to our range of Professional Hospitality Online learning programmes and I am delighted that The Institute have endorsed our Coronavirus Awareness module as ‘providing a very valuable tool for the industry’.

Judith Clarke MD Direction Training Associates

Module Pricing

Coronavirus Aware
£ 7.00

Price per license plus VAT

1 - 20 licenses
Coronavirus Aware
£ 6.50

Price per license plus VAT

21 - 40 licenses
Coronavirus Aware
£ 5.50

Price per license plus VAT

41 - 75 licenses
Coronavirus Aware
£ 5.00

Price per license plus VAT

76 - 99 licenses
Coronavirus Aware
£ 4.50

Price per license plus VAT

100 - 199 licenses
Coronavirus Aware
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Price per license plus VAT

200 plus

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