Hands-on Education & Experience
The overall goal of the training program is to initially provide individuals with American standards of service to enhance their own knowledge and experience. The main objectives that trainees will achieve are to fully understand the day to day operations of the various departments within a hospitality setting and to understand the way the departments and divisions are managed.
In addition, trainees will learn new skills and technologies, by being exposed to American standards of service and management styles that differ significantly from those in their home country.
Finally, through daily interaction at the training site and in the local community, the trainee will gain a better understanding of American culture and society. The trainee's education and training will expose American associates to new knowledge of foreign culture and skills. Also, the training program will create an environment that promotes the open exchange of ideas between the trainee and the American participants
Frenchman's Creek provides accommodations to our trainees. Four trainees share an apartment. The apartments are fully furnished and have two bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, dining room, and kitchen. Trainees will not pay rent but are required to pay a housing deposit that will be deducted through payroll.
Frenchman's Creek provides transportation between the community and the provided accomodations. There is a designated area at the apartment complex where trainees will wait for the transportation. Each individual is responsible for knowing when their shifts begin. A driver will pick up trainees at least one half hour before shifts.
We provide most of the uniforms.
Meals on Duty
Located at the Main Club is a cafeteria where the staff of Frenchman's Creek eats for free. Depending on a shift, trainees can eat before, during, or after their shift.