Hospitality and Tourism Courses in the Canary Islands

HECANSA is an initiative of the Government of the Canary Islands to strengthen the competitiveness of the tourism sector in the Canary Islands through training and promotion of the professionalization of its human resources and its companies. To do this, HECANSA provides training and a first incorporation into the labour market to new workers in the tourism sector. HECANSA also makes training and continuing professional development with current hospitality workers, from the assistant to the manager profiles.

HIGHER TECHNICIAN IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT

Higher Technician in Hotel Management (official degree) + Own certificate of HECANSA.

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TECHNICIAN IN CATERING SERVICES

Technician in Catering Services (official degree) + Own certificate of HECANSA.

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Mini Chef Course

It will be taught in Bistro Escuela Melenara

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Specialised Courses

HECANSA offers Specialised Courses for Tourism and Hospitality workers, helping increasing specific knowledge to the job.

Business in good ham cut

  26 de Junio de 2017

  16:00 a 19:00

  No available places

Mixology and Bartender

  07 de Marzo de 2017

  16:00 a 19:00

  No available places

Barista and Coffee

  03 de Abril de 2017

  16:00 a 19:00

  No available places

1.00€

Why HECANSA?

Innovative work-based learning is the main advantage of HECANSA. This methodology coordinates classroom training with practising in real life work, with a clear orientation to the labour market and the employability of their graduates. With immediate responses to the training requirements demanded by the productive sector, currently in need of middle management. The rate of job insertion exceeds 90%.

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