WESTERVILLE, OH — The International Executive Housekeepers Association (IEHA) is offering the exclusive opportunity to their Registered Executive Housekeepers (REH) to participate in a Master''s Program, according to a press release.
According to the release, the program includes coursework to assist in updating IEHA''s 330-hour Self Study Program and a thesis or dissertation that will become part of IEHA''s permanent educational curriculum.
Education has been the top priority for IEHA to increase professionalism in the industry ever since it was established in the 1930s and the 330-hour program has been revised every two years as needed since its inception in 1985, the release stated.
During the 2009 Masters Program coursework process, the following modules of the Self Study Program will be enhanced: Management Philosophy & Style; Communication; Planning & Organizing; Staffing & Staff Development; Continuous Improvement; Housekeeping Techniques; Work Controls; Pest Control; Chemical Controls; Waste Management; Purchasing; Accounting & Budgets; Safety & Security; Interiors; and Laundry & Linen, the release noted.
Green concepts and sustainability will be incorporated throughout all of the modules and all materials for the 330-Hour Self Study Program will be available online by the end of 2009, the release added.
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