Global luxury hospitality training academy to conduct exclusive introductory 7-Star Service Program
Aspiring hotel service personnel and those looking to reinforce their skills will get a chance to attend an exclusive one-day butler training program from the world’s most esteemed butler service academy. Premier hospitality school Asian School of Hospitality Arts (ASHA), managed by the formidable Cravings Group, is partnering with the Asia Butler Academy, to sponsor an introductory course on 7-Star Service for Butlers on May 19 at C3 Events Place in Greenhills. The Asia Butler Academy is under Magnums Butlers International (MBI), the longest running butler school in the world, known in the global hospitality industry as a provider of highly professional luxury hospitality training for private and hotel butlers, and super yacht steward and stewardesses.
MBI’s esteemed list of clientele include respected Heads of State and the world’s top hotels and resorts such as The Venetian Macau, Genting Highlands in Malaysia, Dusit Thani in Maldives, The Westin Dubai, and Hilton Hotels worldwide.
Topics to be discussed will include basic courtesy such as how to address VIPs and royalty, how to make a good first impression and how to seat guests as well as more specialized topics like offering quality cigars and opening champagne bottles with style.
The one-day training will be conducted by no less than Josephine Ive, MBI’s Director and Principal Trainer, who is the first female butler in the United Kingdom and who provided excellent butler service to the British Royal Family and British High Court judges.
“We aim to achieve the highest standards and outcomes that have become benchmarks in the industry,” shared Ive. “Each of our program curriculum is intensive, relevant and immensely rewarding.”
The 7-Star Service for Butlers Introductory Course will be held at the C3 Events Place, 18 Missouri St., Northeast Greenhills, San Juan on May 19 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Training fee is at P3,500 inclusive of certificate, lunch, and a.m. and p.m. snacks.