School Project Hotel

News from the Upstalsboom Hotel Ostseestrand In the 4-star Upstalsboom Hotel Baltic Sea Beach in the seaside resort of Heringsdorf go through this school year four students of the East Lake School uckeritz practical days and gain first work experience in the hospitality industry. Due due to demographic the proportion of young people in the population decreases proportionally more and more. That makes it, increasingly difficult to find trainees who want to learn a profession in this area despite general lack of apprenticeship, just for the hospitality industry. To counter this trend, the quality Committee of the island Usedom e.V. Tourism Association in cooperation with the East Lake School uckeritz the concept of practical days \”developed. Thus, we want to assist students in career orientation and at the same time make a contribution to stop the exodus of young people from the island. At the same time, we want them to also show that training in our industry is not only fun, but also the future\”, so Arne Mundt, Hotel Director of the Upstalsboom Hotel Ostseestrand, who is also the Chairman of the quality Committee of the Tourism Association.

On September 18 students completed their first day at the Upstalsboom Hotel Ostseestrand, after they were already in August for a tour and an introduction on the spot. The four eighth graders spend a day at hotel every two weeks (with the exception of holidays), to collect as many practical experiences. You go through the kitchen, service, housekeeping and engineering departments doing and can determine whether the work corresponds to their performances in the hotel. The number of practical days in the Upstalsboom Hotel Ostseestrand ends in July 2010 with a presentation of the students about their work. They will then receive a certificate about the paid internship, which they can use for future applications. More info on the Upstalsboom Hotel Baltic beach are on the Internet at available or issued by telephone on the number 038378-63-0.

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