IIHM Institute of Hospitality Skills launches training centre in Delhi

Comprehensive courses and upskilling opportunities for aspiring hospitality professionals


July 6, 2023

/ By / New Delhi

IIHM Institute of Hospitality Skills launches training centre in Delhi

To enhance career prospects in the hospitality industry, IIHS upskills professionals

Hospitality training company IIHS has launched its first training centre in Delhi as part of its ambitious mission of opening 100 training centres to train 100,000 young within two years.

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IIHM Institute of Hospitality Skills (IIHS), India’s largest training centre affiliated with Tourism and Hospitality Skills Council, has launched a cutting-edge facility in Delhi. According to a press statement, offering comprehensive courses, IIHS focuses on upskilling professionals in the hospitality industry and bridging the skill gap to enhance career prospects.

IIHS was established following IIHM’s recognition as the recipient of the highest Training Centre Affiliation award. The statement adds that this recognition reaffirmed IIHM’s commitment to Skill India and THSC initiatives, leading to the creation of IIHS.

On the occasion of the launch of IIHS in Delhi, Suborno Bose, founder of IIHS, highlighted Delhi’s potential as a thriving business hub and ideal location for career growth. He emphasised the demand for skilled manpower in the hospitality industry and the collaboration between IIHS, Skill India, and THSC to train skilled hospitality workers in line with the Skill India mission.

IIHS aims to open 100 centres nationwide, educating 100,000 unemployed youth for the hospitality industry. Courses are offered at IIHM campuses across India, it says.

“This is a great initiative by IIHM and their infrastructure is a class apart. Utilising this to the fullest for the skilling initiative is commendable and I congratulate the team on this inauguration. Skilling should be embedded from class 6th as the industry is not just looking for graduates but skilled manpower. IIHM is aiming to open 100 centres and this is only the start, taking the skilling to the next level,” says Sunita Badhwar, Vice President, Standards, Tourism and Hospitality Skills Council (THSC).

IIHS says that it offers a range of courses for aspiring hospitality professionals. The Diploma Course in Luxury Hospitality Operations (LHO) is a flagship programme with a one-year duration and placement opportunities for those who have successfully completed their education upto Class XII. Other courses include Kitchen Operations, Bar & Beverage, and various options for different durations. Eligibility requires completion of Class X or XII.

Short-term skill-based programmes cover specific hotel operations, such as service staff ethics, cooking, concierge services, housekeeping, and more. The statement adds that IIHS also focuses on essential topics like FSSAI regulations, safety training, and management skills. The Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) recognises prior knowledge and experience.



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