Cruise Ship Certification

Your Passport to the World of Hospitality

Cruise Ship Certification

Enjoy developing your career while exploring the world’s most beautiful places with our Cruise Ship Certification course

CATEGORY

Cruise Ship

STUDENTS ENROLLED

351

LAST UPDATED

06/18/2020

Disney Cruise ship

From $995

(Certificate Included)

DESCRIPTION

  • Learn the fundamental, practical and theoretical knowledge needed to successfully work on a Cruise Ship with our online Cruise Ship Certification course
  • Obtain the mandatory STCW Certification (Safety & Security training)
  • The best online Cruise Ship Certification for those wanting to work on board
  • Having more than 10 years of experience in the Cruise Ship recruitment industry, our staff have gained in-depth knowledge on how to obtain a job on board.
  • After your online course, we will make sure to provide you with the support for your job search which includes CV coaching, mock interviews, assistance with visa process and giving you all the necessary guidance to apply to leading cruise ship companies.

The cruise ship certification course package is designed to prepare all future crew members for life at sea and provide the right tools to succeed in the cruise ship industry namely:

  1. The operational course, required to prepare you for work at sea
  2. STCW – Safety & Security training, mandatory by law for all seafarers

All attendants will be certified as Cruise Hospitality Professionals upon completion of the courses through the Cruise Hospitality Centre based in London, UK as well as a flag approved by the UK MCA, Isle of Man and Liberia Flag.

Become a certified cruise hospitality professional with our Cruise Ship Certification course today!

Key Benefits

OUR STUDENT ARE BEING OFFERED JOBS AT

Receive help and coaching from our expert recruiters throughout your online education. Our team guarantees you opportunities in these leading brands:
Norwegian Cruise Line
Carnival Cruises
Princess Cruises
Viking River Cruises
Seabourn Cruises
Ocenia Cruises
Disney Cruises
Royal caribbean cruises

What do you learn in this course?

1. History Overview

2. The cruise industry today

1. Meals on board

2. Cabins

3. Working hours and time off

4. Crew Entertainment

5. Staff Amenities

1. Money saving

2. Travel the world

3. Long vacation

4. Multicultural environment

1. Popular destinations

2. Ports of call

3. Excursions

4. Time Zone

1. Cruise industry terms

2. Phonetic Alphabet

1. Departments

2. Epaulettes and stripes

1. Crew impact on guest satisfaction

2. Cruise ships facilities

3. Destination

1. Ships policies “Master Rules and Regulations”

2. Visitors

3. Going ashore

4. Disciplinary Procedure

1. Port authorities and united states coast guards


2. On Board Secruity

1. Safety training

2. Drills

3 Man overboard

4. Alarms on ship

5. Crowd management

1. Fire equipment

2.  Abandon ship equipment

1. Vessel Sanitation Program (VSP)

2. United States Public Health (USPC)

3. Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)

Make your Dreams come True

Certification

Get Official Certification

Get certified by globally recognized hospitality bodies and boost your resume.

Human Resources

Best Professional Network

Become part of the Hospitality Academy Community and interact with hospitality professionals from all over the world.

Career services

Personalized Career Services

Receive personalized advice from our Career Coaching Specialists and access to our career services resources.

Access to all classes

(Certificate Included)

What job
can you get? 

Cruise line companies constantly strive to build bigger and better ships, which means that there is an ever-increasing number of opportunities for those who would like to work at sea. These opportunities include departments such as Reception,  Food & Beverage and positions such as Entertainers, Nannies and Retail Workers

Captain

Captain

Spa Receptionist

Spa Receptionist

F&B manager

F&B manager

Receptionist

Receptionist

Youth Activities coordinator

Server

Server

Chef

Chef

Bartender

Bartender

37M PEOPLE WOULD BE TRAVELING ON CRUISES UNTIL 2023

TAKE YOUR CAREER ABROAD

Access to all classes

(Certificate Included)

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ABOUT

Hospitality Academy has partnerships with the most recognized schools and institutions to deliver the most affordable educational and professional service for those looking to continue growing anywhere in the world. 

More than a school,  It is your passport to the world of professional hospitality success!

Captain

Main duties:

– Be the captain of a ship, meaning the highest possible authority and responsible for the safety and security of all passengers, staff and guests

– Organize crew and communicate responsibilities to various department heads

– Ensure navigation and maintenance of ship is top-notch

– Oversee loading and unloading of passengers

Average Salary (in USD)

(US Data)

Annual Growth Rate

Jobs In The Last 12 Months

(US Data)

110,000-120,000

7%

36,390

Spa Receptionist

Main duties:

– Administer and bill treatments in a timely fashion

– Ensure treatments are given on time and handle guest complaints in a professional manner

– Show clear understanding of various treatments and produce that are displayed to advise guests professionally

– General administrative tasks that come with this responsibility (cashiering, billing, PMS, POS)

– Keep inventory of equipment and material

– Maintain a meticulous
cleanliness

– Demonstrate high level of guest service and uphold guest satisfaction

Average Salary (in USD)

(US Data)

Annual Growth Rate

Jobs In The Last 12 Months

(US Data)

35,000-45,000

5%

    1,101,500

F&B Manager

Main duties:

– Hire, train, and manage restaurant staff members

– Responsible for restaurant staff scheduling

– Ensure that health and safety protocols are always adhered to

-Maintain record of restaurant income and expenses

– Order ingredients based on necessity and anticipated demand

– Constant communication with customers to receive feedback and handle complaints

– Manage changes in strategy or procedures to enable long term success of the restaurant

Average Salary (in USD)

(US Data)

Annual Growth Rate (bis.gov)

Jobs In The Last 12 Months

(US Data)

45,000 -65,000

11%

    356,400

Receptionist

Main duties:

– Checking guests in and out

– Answer phone calls and emails in a professional manner

– Receive and administer reservations 

– Function as main information center for guests and assist in any queries they might have

– Assign rooms to guests based on planning

– Inform guests of special deals and rates offered by hotel – up-selling

– Organizing external services for guests at their request

– Providing guests with information about the hotel and surroundings

Average Salary (in USD)

(US Data)

Annual Growth Rate

Jobs In The Last 12 Months

(US Data)

30,000-40,000

5%

    1,101,500

Youth Activities Coordinator

If you like to design and lead activities to help people stay active, improve fitness, and have fun, then this position is a great opportunity for you!

Minimum Experience- 1 year in Guest Relations

Average Salary (in USD)

(US Data)

Annual Growth Rate

Jobs In The Last 12 Months

(US Data)

35,000-45,000

8%

    408,300

F&B Server

Main duties:

-Welcome and assist guests with a smile 

-Hand out and explain menus, give recommendations

-Take guest orders, and communicate constantly to the kitchen

-Assist with dietary information of menu items

-Handle cashiering and utilize POS system

-Ensure guest satisfaction throughout service duration

Average Salary (in USD)

(US Data)

Annual Growth Rate

Jobs In The Last 12 Months

(US Data)

35,000-45,000

6%

    2,634,600

Chef

Main duties:

– Support execution of lunch and dinner service

– Utilizing various cooking techniques to prepare stunning dishes

– Honing time management skills to ensure flawless execution of several dishes at once

– Safeguarding the correct way of storing ingredients and meticulously check on HACCP guidelines

– Maintain control over preparation and execution of dishes

– Monitor and record inventory, and based on necessity order new supplies

Average Salary (in USD)

(US Data)

Annual Growth Rate

Jobs In The Last 12 Months

(US Data)

50,000-60,000

11%

139,000

Bartender

Main duties:
-Welcome guests, give recommendations and take drink orders

-Select ingredients, mix according to recipe, and serve beverages to guests

-Plan different drink menus and advise guests about new specials

-Oversee inventory and maintain stock of beverages, garnishes, etc.

-Develop new recipes for cocktails and specialties

Average Salary (in USD)

(US Data)

Annual Growth Rate

Jobs In The Last 12 Months

(US Data)

35,000-45,000

8%

    644,100

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