Saturday, September 6, 2008

About The Kingfisher Training Academy

The Kingfisher Training Academy The Kingfisher Training Academy has been instituted to cater to the growing demand for trained Service oriented professionals. It is the Vision of the Academy to fill the skills and knowledge required by the New Age Service Industry by addressing the gaps between an Educational Institution and the Organisation. This is achievable through distinctive training modules, qualified faculty and cutting edge infra-structure.

The Academy offers an environment of resourceful learning which is a haven for the aspiring individuals to discover their potential and to be transformed into skilled employable personnel.

The Courses provide essential and comprehensive learning needs to support and reinforce the students’ Professional and Personal Development in Image and Impression Management, Social Skills & Etiquette and Behaviour in Social Scenarios. Aviation and Hotel Hospitality will strengthen the skills required to support performance delivery. All these are aimed to build the confidence of the future service professionals who will have to face the challenges that come in their way.

The distinctive approach to training is that students must meet their quest for tangible success. Our mode of facilitations will inject interest and encourage the student to stay participative through the cycle of experiential learning in the arena of Personality and Performance Delivery Development.

Hence the concept of Kingfisher Training Academy was conceived to help the students to Soar to the Top.

1 comment:

Fortune Park Hotels Ltd said...

Inflation is hitting and it’s hitting hard. Apart from the retail industry relatively, almost all other industries are suffering dearly in the face of the global inflation and recession, more so the US economy. The US hospitality industry is suffering loses in three key parameters in the financial year 2008-09 as compared to the previous year. As per STR the industry’s revenue fell 13.2% per available room as compared to that of 2007. The occupancy rate also fell 11.6 % and the average daily rate dropped 1.7%. Interestingly the budget hotels in the countries like India are not suffering to this extent, as these hotels also fulfill the business parameters and business is only growing in India, thanks to industrialization and foreign investment. As for example, the rising number of hotels in Bangalore the IT capital of India shows that the business or the budget sector of the industry is not suffering that much. The Bangalore hotels also have a certain advantage owing to the climate conditions and growing business.