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IHCL collaborates With CII and EHL, Switzerland, Will Impart Vocational Education To Hospitality

Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and EHL Education Group, Switzerland have collaborated to offer a Professional Diploma Program to hospitality industry students at CII’s Vocational Education and Training by EHL (VET by EHL) Learning Centres across India. The 18-month program offering Swiss quality education will include six months of academics at CII accredited institutes and 12 months of hands-on field experience at select IHCL hotels.

Speaking about this partnership, Gaurav Pokhariyal, Senior Vice President & Global Head – Human Resources, IHCL, said, “As an industry leader, IHCL is committed towards developing a strong pipeline that is future ready. We are proud to partner with CII for this initiative, which will help bridge the skill gap in the growing travel and tourism sector. This is a vital step towards increasing the talent pool of hospitality professionals in the industry.”

The students undertaking the VET by EHL program will go through multiple skill-based certification levels, including internship and apprenticeship at select IHCL hotels. The program will focus on key areas such as culinary, F&B service and accommodations. Post successful completion of the program, students will be awarded the VET by EHL Professional Diploma.

In line with its vision to develop and nurture talent, IHCL has undertaken several initiatives. Recently, IHCL announced 100 per cent placement for the graduating class of 2020 at the Institute of Hotel Management, Aurangabad (IHM-A). The company has also partnered with Les Roches Global Hospitality Education, Switzerland and ESSEC Business School in France to offer scholarship programs to deserving individuals.

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