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Hospitality Industry Networking Night at AAH ; Australasian Academy of Hospitality spearheading Hospitality Education

Australasian Academy of Hospitality (AAH), the industry leader in Hospitality Management Training in Sri Lanka held a Hospitality Industry Networking Night at the AAH Premises on Thursday, with the participation of leading personalities from the Hospitality Industry, representatives from leading schools, Print and Electronic Media representatives and parents and students of AAH.
Also present at the occasion was the Managing Director or Australasian Academy of Hospitality, Board of Directors and Staff of AAH.
Mr. Kalum De Silva, Managing Director of Australasian Academy of Hospitality addressed the gathering and stated that, “We started our journey in October 2019 with the official launch and followed by the first batch of students in January 2019 with a firm belief and a vision to educate and train young Sri Lankan students and provide them with the highest quality hospitality education and training to acquire skills to be successful in their future careers.
We at AAH are serious about our graduate’s success in their careers which in turn will contribute to the development of the industry locally and internationally.”
Guests were introduced to the AAH students and taken on a tour of the campus.
The state-of-the art facilities at AAH stand out well above industry standards.
The Food and Beverage training facilities and House Keeping Training provides students to perform their practical training in accordance with the Australian Quality Standards.
A unique feature of the AAH program is the guaranteed paid internships in leading hotels and resorts in Sri Lanka, UAE, Singapore and Australia. Internships provide graduates to apply the skills that they learned and build a network which will help grow in their career.
“Sri Lanka has a potential to reach greater heights in the travel and tourism sector and the skills gap in the sector is serious concern in Sri Lanka, having said that the skills gap is evident in most part of the developing and developed nations which in turn provides global opportunities to future graduates with the right set of skills,” stated James Christies, Academic Head of AAH.

Australasian Academy of Hospitality can be contacted on 0766 895 896/0761 390 240 or visit www.australasianacademy.net

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