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Hotel Executive Housekeepers

Certification, Licensing, and Special Requirements

Certification or Licensing

Certification or registration is not required of executive housekeepers, though it is something many seek. It is often considered a measure of professional success. IEHA offers the following designations: certified executive housekeeper, registered executive housekeeper, master certified executive housekeeper, and master registered executive housekeeper. Qualified individuals earn these designations by fulfilling educational requirements through a certificate program, a self-study program, or a college degree program. The American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEA) provides the certified hospitality housekeeping executive credential.

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