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Certified Interpretive Host Training

Location: Kona Commons, 74-5454 Makala Blvd, Suite #103, Kailua-Kona

Monday-Tuesday, November 4-5. The Certified Interpretive Host (CIH) training combines customer service with informational interpretation to help participants improve their responses to guests in general while helping achieve stewardship goals of the organization. This 16-hour course is designed for receptionists, maintenance workers, security officers, groundskeepers, sales clerks, waiters, and other front line staff. Instructors are Tim Merriman & Lisa Brochu.

Special Restrictions: $200 includes textbook. Additional certification application fee of $130 is optional.

For more information, contact: vickyann@hawaii.edu 974-7664

Tags: professional development CCECS CIH

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