AHMBB Wraps Up Their 2014 Training And Certification Programs

  • The numbers indicate a total of 32 courses imparted including training and certification programs benefitting 1,142 employees from 22 hotels in the bay area.

In order to consolidate the level of service in the Riviera Nayarit through strategic training focused on increasing the destination’s growth and impact, the Banderas Bay Hotel and Motel Association’s (AHMBB by its acronym in Spanish) Human Resources Committee announced the results of the training and certification programs corresponding to 2014.

There were a total of 32 courses imparted including training and certification programs that benefitted a total 1,142 employees from 22 hotels, among them managers, department heads, supervisors, line staff and security personnel.

The objective was to reinforce the management of human resources in the Banderas Bay hotels using an annual work plan focused on strengthening and maximizing the potentiality of those responsible in order to contribute to the healthy performance of the human talent in the hotel sector.

The certification award ceremony for the graduates of the Hotel Management Development Certification Program brought 2014 to a close. Among those presents were Abel Santos, the VP of AHMBB, as well as the coordinators for the Human Resources Committee, Alma González and Alejandro Asomoza.

“It’s an honor to be present at this act, which is very satisfying and makes us proud of all of you, who will be helping the hotel industry here in the Rivera Nayarit and the region as a whole to become an example for Mexico and the world at large,” said Abel Santos to the graduates.

Gratitude and commitment abounded from all parties involved, but especially from the hotel employees, who were the happiest and most satisfied with this opportunity.

“The fact that they gave us this opportunity for growth by providing this recognition and the ability to benefit ourselves, our family and our businesses represents a big commitment for us,” declared the Luis Quintero, Rooms Manager for the Hotel Villa del Palmar Flamingos and one of the program’s participants. 
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