Sattvik Council of India signs MOU with FHRAI-IHM to run collaborative Sattvik Lead Auditor Training Programme

 

New Delhi: Acknowledging the importance of possessing training by the hospitality students, The Sattvik Council of India signed an MoU with The FHRAI-Institute of Hospitality Management (FHRAI-IHM). Through this collaborative agreement, students can pursue training in the Lead Auditor Programme (Duration: 3 weeks).

MOU was signed between the two organizations in the presence of Mr. Abhishek Biswas (Founder-SCI), Mr. Arun Kumar Singh (FHRAI-IHM Director), and Mr. Jaison Chacko at The Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India, New Delhi.

The two bodies have grown from strength to strength for the benefit of the student community, especially for those who wish to pursue their degree in vegetarian speciality now.

FHRAI is the world’s 3rd largest Hospitality Association. FHRAI-IHM offers the best-in-class training infrastructure backed by experienced and learned faculty for carving out a great future for students in Hospitality.

Mr. Abhishek Biswas, Founder at Sattvik Council of India said, “SCI has always envisioned transforming certification into education and training from the start, it’s a huge remarkable day in the history for both of the organizations”. The student community will benefit from this arrangement as they will now be able to pursue the training programme in Sattvik Lead Auditor and also secure a good job. There is a gap in demand and supply of food auditors currently in the market, especially in the vegetarian field. By launching this course, we aim to diminish this gap.

On this occasion, the whole team of the Sattvik Council of India graced the event.

Highlights :

• “Sattvik Lead Auditor Programme” offered by FHRAI-IHM and The Sattvik Council of India.

• The course duration will be 60 hours to be covered in 3 weeks for 4 hrs/day (Monday to Friday).

• Certification of participation will be provided to candidates on successful completion of the programme.

 

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