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Australasian Academy of Hospitality Career Guidance and Information Session Concludes

Australasian Academy of Hospitality (AAH) concluded their Hospitality and Tourism Management information session and career guidance seminar on the 12th of January 2019 at the Cinnamon Grand successfully with Students and parents taking part with enthusiasm.
Tourism and Hospitality being the fastest growing industry in the world and in Sri Lanka as well the opportunities for qualified and skilled professionals are available globally.
A field of study ignored by many in the past has been looked in to by many young individuals as a lucrative career.
James W. Christies the principal of the Australasian Academy of Hospitality a veteran in the Hospitality field in Australia, Asia and Latin America delivered the key note address and stated that the “Hospitality industry is currently going through a rapid transformation in terms of technology and this is a result of modern day tourists demands changing rapidly with new technology and experiences the customer look for when he or she travels” James also stated that the Hospitality industry growth has resulted in increasing number of career opportunities in Australia, Asia, Europe and the Middle East for trained personnel. There is no better time to launch your career in the hospitality industry than this”
AAH in partnership with Evolution Hospitality Institute (EHI) offer world class Australian Hospitality Management courses in Sri Lanka. The programs are structured and delivered maintaining same high standard as Australia and graduates will receive the same qualification as an Australian student studying in Australia but at a cost saving of over 90% of studying in Australia.
For more information and admissions to AAH January intake please call 0766 895 896/0761 390 240 or 0761 390 242

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