53 trained in Government hotel scheme
A total of 53 people have been trained in hospitality through a Government training programme, education minister Diallo Rabain announced this morning.
Mr Rabain said three groups have undergone training at the Fairmont Southampton and the Hamilton Princess.
He added: “Nine trainees were hired from the first cohort by the Fairmont Southampton.
“Those persons from cohort two are presently in the recruitment phase, with four preliminary hires for the Fairmont Southampton and one with The Reefs Hotel.
“A total of seven trainees were hired from the third cohort with the Hamilton Princess Beach Club.”
Mr Rabain said that the Department of Workforce Development “Continues to assist participants, and is sourcing opportunities with other local hotels”.
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