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April 22, 2018

Tourism & Hospitality Skill Council releases Training Partners Handbook at the National Training Partners Meet


New Delhi : Tourism & Hospitality Skill Council (THSC), a sector skill council for Tourism and Hospitality industry under the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), has released Training Partners Handbook and Assessors’ Handbook at its annual Training Partners Meet 2017 held in Delhi recently.

The Training Partners Handbook 1.0 is intended at ensuring clarity in communication, transparency in processes and forging long term business sustainability. The Handbook contains all avenues of collaboration, various schemes, Training of Trainer guidelines and processes, assessment processes, placement initiatives and new initiatives by THSC. The Assessor’s Handbook 1.0, on the other hand, is a development tool for assessors along with information about various schemes, processes and essentials for a THSC Assessor.

The event was attended among others by Jayant Krishna, ED & COO, NSDC; K.B. Kachru, Chairman Emeritus and Principal Advisor, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, South Asia; Biplob Banerjee, EVP-HR, CSR and Admin, Jubilant Foodworks Ltd. The occasion also saw a formal introduction of Dr. Sonali Sinha, COO, THSC to the Training fraternity since her taking office in July 2017.

The day long interactive seminar also saw presentations by Sandeep Kumar, AVP HR-Sodexo, and Aman Mahajan, Head HR Operations – India and Sri Lanka, Sodexo. The day saw interactive sessions by Team THSC on their new initiatives to forge a more transparent and stronger relationship with their Training Partners.

Jayant Krishna, while addressing the gathering said that Tourism and Hospitality Industry is a growing sector and we are all sitting on a potential goldmine as this is a labour intensive sector. The sector is a custodian of our inherent culture of hospitality and gives Indians work and business opportunities worldwide. He emphasized that creating wealth for self and the society must be the focus of Training Partners. He also emphasized the need for Quality in training, and importance of having qualified good trainers.

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