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FICCI Oyo tie up for online hospitality course amid covid

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FICCI Oyo tie up for online hospitality course

new Delhi. The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and hotel chain Oyo have jointly launched an online training and certificate course for the hospitality sector facing the worst of the Kovid-19 epidemic. It has been designed based on the standards of the Ministry of Tourism that will train hotels and hotel personnel to work with sanitation, safety standards of cleanliness and minimal personal contact. Oyo and FICCI said in a statement released on Thursday that the course will be available in both Hindi and English. It consists of a set of nine training lessons for hotel and hotel personnel. These include chapters on cleaning in hotels, staff, guests, visitor rooms, scavengers, cleaning of hotel rooms and cooking, etc.

It also includes advice on how to handle suspected Kovid or Kovid-19 infected guests. For this course, FICCI will help in creating information technology framework and online delivery platform. FICCI will also give a certificate to those who successfully do the course. Oyo has developed course material etc. for this course. He will also provide experienced teachers for this. Oyo Hotels founder and CEO Ritesh Aggarwal said, "We took a lot of time to understand the needs of customers and hotels during Kovid. We then decided to start online courses with FICCI." General Secretary Dilip Chinoy said "Kovid-19 has forced to change the way we do business in the hospitality sector around the world. So this online course will help hotels etc. to overcome this bad phase."

This post was published on August 6, 2020 7:22 pm

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