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TypeOnsite Course
DateApr 9, 2015 - Apr 13, 2015
Price$499
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Description

Whether you’re looking to increase your earning potential, advance your career or transition to a new company, Harpwest’s 100% online certificate in Hospitality Law can help you meet your professional goals. Gain targeted skills to boost your career in as little as two weeks!

No pre-requisites or time on job required. This certificate is open to anyone interested in enhancing their understanding of the legalities within the field of hospitality.

Certificate Information

  • 100% Online program
  • Start anytime
  • Finish at your own pace
  • Includes textbook & all course materials
  • Course not facilitated by instructor
  • Certificate awarded after successful completion

At the completion of this certificate, students should be able to:

  • Describe the development of rules regarding the rights and liabilities of innkeepers under the common law system, as well as the ways in which contract law, tort law, and negligence law affect the hotelkeeper.
  • Describe a hotel’s duty under the common law to receive guests and the circumstances under which it can refuse to accommodate potential guests or can evict guests or others.
  • Explain a guest’s right to privacy and a hotel’s affirmative duty not to allow unregistered and unauthorized third parties access to guest
  • State the purpose of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and briefly describe how Title III of the Act affects lodging and food service establishments.
  • Describe the hotel’s obligation to protect its guests.
  • Identify the steps a hotel must take to limit its liability for loss of guest valuables.
  • Describe the procedures a hotel must follow if a guest dies while at the hotel.
  • Identify the general restrictions typically placed by states on food service operations and on operations licensed to sell alcohol for on-premises consumption.
  • Identify which employers are subject to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and which employees are eligible for leave and related benefits under the Act.
  • State the essential elements of several laws barring discrimination in employment.
  • Identify general prohibitions outlined in the Employee Polygraph Protection Act of 1988.
  • Describe the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
  • State the conditions under which tips are not considered wages.
  • List OSHA’s major functions.
  • Define “telephone resale” as it applies to lodging establishments.
  • Name the three major copyright societies, and explain when royalties are payable to them.
  • Describe the Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations on fire brigades.
  • State the purpose of the federal antitrust laws.
  • List some of the typical provisions of a franchise contract.
  • Describe privacy, antitrust, copyright, and employee use issues as they relate to the Internet.
  • Discuss the impact of terrorism on laws governing hotels.

Description

Whether you’re looking to increase your earning potential, advance your career or transition to a new company, Harpwest’s 100% online certificate in Hospitality Law can help you meet your professional goals. Gain targeted skills to boost your career in as little as two weeks!

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