Mount Lavinia Hotel’s International Hotel School will conduct an Education and a Training programme in the Maldives. The programme will train over 100 Maldivian Industry personnel.
In order to boost the tourism industry in Maldives, it will carry out to educate and train over 100 Maldivian Industry personnel.
Since 1990, Mount Lavinia Hotel with its Youth Trainee Programmes has trained over 1500 hoteliers to the industry.
The Hotel School is reputed for its bespoke training of hoteliers. It is with this experience that the school will empower the Maldivian hoteliers with Education and Training.
The International Hotel School also joined hands with the NDB Bank on a Jeewana Livelihood programme also again for the first time in Sri Lanka to empower the marginalised youth in the North East and now in the South with the intension of providing Education and Training for those who are pursuing careers in the Hospitality industry.
Commenting on this programme Mahendra Hulangamuwa, Principal – International Hotel School of Mount Lavinia Hotel stated, “our objective of the training in addition to hospitality skills are life skills, grooming and etiquettes, moral and character building. Our aim is to train the youth from base level to a better source of income, to take care of them and be responsible for themselves, their families and also the community at large.”