Worldwide Kids Launches First Webinar Series

One of the world’s leading providers of family and childcare services in the hospitality sector, Worldwide Kids, has launched their first webinar series to educate hoteliers on how to improve the quality of services offered for children at luxury hotels.

Each webinar session is uniquely tailored for the hospitality industry to discuss the importance of incorporating the finest childcare services, and the standards and requirements that must be met in providing them. Their first session titled “The Secrets to Providing Safe Care for Under 4s in Luxury Hotels” highlighted how childcare services and family facilities are a simple yet effective method to boost occupancy and guest satisfaction when it is treated as a central element of the resorts and hotels, rather than afterthought.

Benjamin Delahaye, the General Manager at Worldwide Kids, stated that they wish to “demystify kids clubs and hotel crèches by showing luxury hoteliers that resort childcare, delivered to the highest of standards, is within their reach. Safe, professional, and exciting childcare can have a tremendous impact, on both reputation and revenue. Hotels can easily overcome the perceived fears and complications of setting up luxury hotel childcare operations with the appropriate information and expertise.”

Worldwide Kids offers a wide range of online and in person courses that are independently audited and accredited by the world-renowned vocational training organization City & Guilds, and the organization has worked with several resorts in the Maldives, including Velaa Private Island, Soneva Fushi and Soneva Jani, One&Only Reethi Rah, Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru, Cheval Blanc Randheli and many more.

Their next webinar session “Online vs Offline Childcare Training – How to Maximize Your Investment in Training” is going to be held on Thursday, 1 September 2022 and it will be livestreamed on the company’s LinkedIn page at 9am and 5pm CEST time. To join the live event, follow Worldwide Kids on LinkedIn:

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