Programs and Workshops

Using Strategy Execution Methods to Effectively Deliver Your Business Goals

The SLHTA, in collaboration with Springboard Caribbean (the Strategic Educational Partner of the CHTA), is pleased to offer its members:

Using Strategy Execution Methods to Effectively Deliver Your Business Goals

Training will be held on the 24th October 2018, at the SLHTA Training Centre from 9:00 am.- 4:30 pm. Cost of the training is $465.00 EC […]

Emotional Intelligence for Line Team Members

The SLHTA is pleased to invite registrations for an upcoming workshop entitled “Emotional Intelligence  for Line Team Members” This one day workshop will be held on Friday 11th August 2017 at the SLHTA Hospitality Training Centre from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. Cost of the training is $393.75 inclusive of VAT for SLHTA Members […]

INTRODUCTION TO PURCHASING & COST CONTROL

Introduction/Title:  In the current environment of an uncertain local economy, with the reduction in discretionary income, timidity of investors and heightened competition, it is essential that all operations such as yours develop and execute appropriate strategies to better manage costs and thus enhance profitability.  It is with this in mind that I have developed […]

Wines of the World – Level 3 Training offered by SLHTA

It gives us great pleasure to announce the commencement of Wines of the World Level 3” course that is being coordinated by the St. Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA).

The “Wines of the World Level 3” offers a focus on wines, for individuals who are exposed to the service, selling and distribution of wines […]

SLHTA Reaffirms Commitment to Human Resource Development, Will Award 350 Hospitality Workers Scholarships To Online Courses

With over $420,000 committed by the Tourism Enhancement Fund to Human Resource Development (HRD), the SLHTA is making significant strides in tackling the unemployment crisis here in St Lucia. It is now commonly accepted that HRD and economic development are inextricably tied together. Research has shown that countries that encourage the growth of critical […]

SLHTA Human Resource Development Forum 2015

The Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association Inc. hosted another Human Resource Forum on Friday 11th December 2015 to discuss the St. Lucia Labor Laws and other related issues impacting human resources management within our Tourism and Hospitality Industry. The SLHTA invited Human Resource Managers from all our member establishments to be part of this Forum.

The […]

Foundation of Wines of the World Level 2

The St. Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) is hosting the first “Foundation of Wines of the World Level 2” course.

The “Foundation of Wines of the World Level 2” offers a focus on wines, for individuals who are exposed to the service, selling and distribution of wines on a daily basis. The course will […]

SLHTA Introduces Spanish Classes to Hospitality Industry Workers

On October 20th 2015 the SLHTA in collaboration with the Embassy of Mexico and the Embassy of Spain introduced a Pilot Programme to hospitality Industry Workers. This Programme will be ongoing and is targeted at delivering an 8 week Spanish Language Training Course to Supervisors in the food and beverage department, front office, reservations, […]

SLHTA Environmental Committee Presentation

At last Fridays meeting of the SLHTA’s Environmental Committee, the team discussed an “Energy Training for Employees” initiative.  The Secretariat is please to provide you with a copy of the presentation prepared by Carl Hunter the Co Chair of the Committee.
Friday’s Environmental Committee Meeting was set aside for a special presentation designed to […]

SLHTA workshop on Internationally Accredited Food Safety and HACCP Training

SLHTA workshop on Internationally Accredited Food Safety and HACCP Training was conducted Friday June 19th 2015 for Purchasing Managers, GM’S, Food and Beverage Managers and Supervisors. The workshop focused on key requirements of the USA and EU markets and expectations of Tour Operators, the key stages to successfully implementing a HACCP food based safety […]