A total of seventy-two hospitality professionals were trained and certified under the programme over the two days.
The Hotel and Restaurant Association of Western India (HRAWI) in association with the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) conducted two more of its Food Safety Supervisory training in Advance Catering (FoSTaC) programmes in Navi Mumbai and Pune, last month. The training programmes were conducted at The E-square Hotel, Pune and at the D. Y. Patil University School of Hospitality and Tourism Studies, Navi Mumbai on 17th and 19th October 2019. A total of seventy-two hospitality professionals were trained and certified under the programme over the two days.
“We have been conducting the programme for over two years and our Association has trained and certified 1470 hospitality professionals so far. FoSTaC is an initiative of FSSAI for reinforcing the safety and hygiene standards among the food handlers in hospitality. We plan on continuing to host these programmes so that maximum hospitality professionals can benefit from it,” says Gurbaxish Singh Kohli, President, HRAWI.
Last month, the Association conducted two training programmes in Navi Mumbai at D. Y. Patil University School of Hospitality and Tourism Studies and Four Points by Sheraton on 20th and 21st September 2019 under the supervision of the FSSAI’s official Mr. Praveen Andrews.
The Association has successfully trained around 1470 hospitality professionals in FSSAI’s FoSTaC programme