Identifying and Acting on Suspicious Activity in Hospitality
Every associate or team member should be able to recognize suspicious activities and know what to do when they witness such behaviors. Yet, deciding which behaviors and activities should be considered suspicious is a difficult task. These are decisions to be made based on the behaviors, not the people involved.
Hospitality employers should consider instructing team members on practical steps to take when they find themselves feeling that “something is not right.” It is also important to teach guidelines on how team members are to assess suspicious behaviors and activities that they may come across during their workday.
Here is an option for you to learn more in just an hour or more.
CLIMB is a library of hospitality classes, all of which are one-hour in length, and delivered in an interactive, online platform. CLIMB training classes are comprised of selected topics that are essential to the success of a hospitality professional. With CLIMB, you can learn the essentials of identifying and acting on suspicious activity encountered in the workplace.
CLIMB classes are self-paced, low cost, and accredited. Each class grants Continuing Education Units (CEU’s), and all classes are developed by hospitality professionals for hospitality professionals.
Upon completion, all participants may download a summary action sheet with quick tips and techniques from the class that allow for immediate application of the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA’s) learned. Participants may also print out a customized evidence of completion automatically.
CLIMB classes are available for associate, supervisory and managerial levels. CLIMB can be purchased by individuals, managers for their department and HR professionals for organizational deployment.
CLIMB is a service offered by TISOH: The International School of Hospitality. Established in 2005, TISOH is an accredited hospitality continuing education institution located in Las Vegas, Nevada. Developed for the industry and by the industry, TISOH offers quality short-term, practical training and career development programs in hospitality. Programs include concierge, conference management and event planning, catering, exhibition & tradeshow management, hospitality leadership and supervision, hospitality human resources, hospitality marketing & sales, hotel operations, and wedding coordination and design. TISOH offers individualized student support, small class sizes, and online courses. Diploma graduates, trained by working experts in the field, enjoy an 85 percent job placement rate. TISOH is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training. For more information, visit www.tisoh.edu or call (702) 947-7200.
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