Utalii College commended for training Kenya's hospitality manpower
SEE ALSO :Investor urges hotels to innovateThe CEC told the 145 graduands who completed an intensive two week training undertaking courses in environmental issues, food and beverages control, health cuisine and fine dining ,food and beverage service supervision and housekeeping techniques to put into practise knowledge learnt. ''Knowledge acquired here will ascertain delivery of quality, professional and excellent service to visitors thereby upholding professionalism,'' Bungale said. He challenged industry players to take advantage of training opportunities and skilled labour that the government has availed through the Kenya Utalii College. Utalii College Principal and Chief Executive Officer, Mr Hashim Mohamed lauded industry players for giving the courses first priority and according permission to their staff to attend the trainings. ''Refresher courses target employees of the hospitality and tourism industry in an endeavour to polish their skills and bring them up to date with current trends,'' he said. Mohamed said that in a bid to ensure that the courses on offer remain relevant to dynamics to the industries daily changing needs, the college maintains close consultations with Tourism Industry/ Kenya Utalii College Liaison Committee, thereby assessing training needs and formulating pertinent and suitable courses.
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