Institute of Hospitality teams up with Vocational Training Charitable Trust

12 February 2015 by
Institute of Hospitality teams up with Vocational Training Charitable Trust

The Institute of Hospitality has teamed up with the Vocational Training Charitable Trust (VTCT) to improve access to work-based learning for talented hospitality staff.

The institute's management qualifications will also be available at training centres in Ireland, Italy, Malta, Cyprus, Kenya, India, South Africa and Australia.

Peter Ducker, chief executive of the Institute of Hospitality, explained that the partnership allowed employers to access a "one-stop shop" for high-quality training across their teams, at all career stages.

Stephen Vickers, chief executive of VTCT, added: "We take pride in providing high-standard and relevant qualifications that enhance people's earning potential by enabling them to progress into and through careers in the service sectors."

With members in over 100 countries, the Institute of Hospitality is the professional body for managers and aspiring managers within hospitality, leisure, and tourism.

The VTCT is government-approved awarding charity, which has offered qualifications since 1962. It provides courses for catering and hospitality, as well as sport, leisure, business and retail.

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