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Tourism Fund Director Patrick Ngere officiates Graduation in Eldoret National Polytechnic

In a move geared towards enhancing the quality of service within the hospitality industry, the Tourism Fund recently collaborated with Eldoret National Polytechnic to conduct a two-week upskilling training program for staff from hotels across several counties in Kenya. The graduation ceremony, officiated by Mr. Patrick Ngere, Director of the Tourism Fund, marked the successful completion of this initiative.

The ceremony, held at Eldoret National Polytechnic, was a testament to the commitment of both institutions towards fostering excellence in the hospitality sector. Graduands, hailing from hotels within Elgeyo Marakwet, Nandi, Uasin Gishu, and parts of Baringo counties, underwent comprehensive training aimed at honing their skills in various aspects of hospitality management.

The training curriculum covered a wide array of topics including food and beverage management, housekeeping protocols, customer care strategies, and event management techniques. By focusing on these key areas, the program aimed to equip participants with the knowledge and expertise necessary to deliver exceptional service experiences to guests.

The collaboration between the Tourism Fund and Eldoret National Polytechnic underscores the importance of public-private partnerships in driving industry-wide advancements. Through combined efforts, resources, and expertise, such initiatives have the potential to significantly elevate standards within the hospitality sector, ultimately enhancing Kenya’s reputation as a premier tourist destination.

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By investing in continuous professional development and skills enhancement programs, stakeholders in the tourism industry are not only investing in the growth and sustainability of their businesses but also in the overall economic prosperity of the country.

As the graduates embark on the next phase of their careers, armed with newfound knowledge and skills, they carry with them the responsibility to uphold the highest standards of service excellence. Their dedication to continuous learning and improvement will undoubtedly contribute to the continued success and growth of the hospitality sector in Kenya.

In conclusion, the graduation ceremony at Eldoret National Polytechnic serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration for the future of the hospitality industry in Kenya. Through collaborative efforts and a steadfast commitment to excellence, stakeholders can collectively shape a brighter, more prosperous future for tourism in the country.

Tourism Fund has lined up similar training across the counties.


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