Are you looking to develop leadership skills that will open doors to an exciting hospitality career?

AHLA’s Hospitality Leadership Diploma addresses topics such as: technology, leadership, cultural diversity in the workplace, and interpersonal skills, all of which are necessary competencies in today’s global workforce. The emphasis of this hospitality management training program is on building leadership and management skills, supervisory skills, positive attitudes, work ethics, sense of responsibility, the desire to excel, as well as effective communication and multicultural skills. Take control of your future and make the first step toward a successful career in hospitality management.

You will learn:

  • -Successful hospitality leadership in a diverse workforce
  • -Maintaining a strong sense of integrity while providing a quality product or service
  • -Inspiring and motivating people of various backgrounds and cultures
  • -Working within a business climate characterized by rapid change and globalization

The goal of AHLA’s professional development training is to develop industry leaders who will manage from a greater place of understanding of the world and the various people and cultures within it. Participants will learn how to inspire and motivate people of various backgrounds to achieve common business goals.


For you, food isn’t just what you eat. It’s somewhere between how you express your creativity and who you are as a person. And at a time when culinary tastes are evolving and cultural barriers are disappearing, the industry needs people like you. In our Culinary Arts Programs ( CAP, BTB, BTS), you’ll be immersed in an environment that’s as close to the real world as it gets. Working in a modern, professional kitchen, you can hone your cooking skills as you focus on learning to deliver the popular international flavors and techniques today’s consumers—and employers—want and expect. You’ll be surrounded and inspired by a community of other talented, creatively driven students. And you’ll be pushed, challenged, and, above all else, supported by experienced faculty*. It’ll take everything you’ve got. But it can lead to a career where you do what you love.

You’ll have the opportunity to study:

  • Culinary Techniques
  • Classical Techniques
  • Sanitation & Safety
  • Baking and Pastry Techniques
  • Management by Menu
  • Nutrition
  • Grade Manger
  • Food service Technology
  • Food & Beverage Operations Management
  • Planning & Controlling Costs
  • World Cuisine
  • American Regional Cuisine
  • Asian Cuisine
  • Latin Cuisine
  • A la crate Kitchen
  • Art Culinary