A Case Study of the Training Needs of Bed and Breakfast Operators

A Case Study of the Training Needs of Bed and Breakfast Operators

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Abstract

This case study explored the training needs of those who operate bed and breakfast inns (B&Bs) in the United States, providing definitions of and explanations about bed and breakfast operations and describing a project that involved conducting a survey to attempt to determine the needs for training identified by a sample of bed and breakfast operators. Questions and concerns were raised about the challenges operators of bed and breakfast inns face to be able to organize and afford effective training opportunities.

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