Oklahoma Hotel and Lodging Association - Event Information
Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics (CHIA) - July 2018
The Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics (CHIA) is the only hotel-related certification for industry professionals focused on analytics. Jointly offered by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI) and it provides recognition of thorough knowledge of the foundational metrics, definitions, formulas, and methodologies used by the hotel industry. It’s core content areas include: Property Level Benchmarking (STAR Reports); Hotel Industry Analytical Foundations; Hotel Math Fundamentals; and Hotel Industry Performance Reports.
CHIA is targeted at lodging industry professionals such as revenue managers, general managers, corporate staff, travel and tourism professionals, trainers and research staff from a variety of organizations including Hotel companies and Hotels, Management companies and owners, Tourism/Travel organizations, Hotel associations, Convention and Visitor Bureaus, Developers, consultants and appraisers, Hotel-related vendors and other organizations serving the hotel industry.
The course will be taught by certified CHIA Instructor David W. Davis, Interim Associate Director at Oklahoma State University School of Hotel & Restaurant Administration.
This two-day course will be held on:
Thursday, July 26 • 11:00am - 5:00pm, and
Friday, July 27 • 8:00am - 6:00pm
$545 AH&LA Member
Due to course minimums, there will be a firm registration cut-off date of July 16.
A minimum of 4 people must enroll in order for us to hold the course.
07-26-18 - 07-27-18
Oklahoma Hotel & Lodging Association 3800 N. Portland Avenue Oklahoma City, Ok 73112 UNITED STATES
The Oklahoma Hotel & Lodging Association will offer this session to members and non-members as a way to provide hoteliers an effective way to study together in a group dynamic and take the exam immediately following the session when the information is fresh and top of mind.
Candidates who do not achieve a 70% score are allowed to retake the exam up to two additional times at a cost of $50 per attempt. Recertification is every 5 years.