Tourism and Hospitality
Workforce demand within the hospitality sector in India is projected at: 28 lakhs for restaurants,
41 lakhs for hotels, 3 lakhs for the travel trade segment, and 27 lakhs for the tourism sector, by
the year 2022. The travel and tourism sector has been forecasted to rise at a growth rate of 12
per cent over the next decade.
The course shall equip the successful trainees for supervising and coordinating activities of cleaning staff, ensuring completion of assigned housekeeping tasks and monitoring cleanliness and tidiness of the workplace. The individual at work guides, directs, monitors and motivates subordinates for completion of housekeeping tasks, reviews performance, and plans for equipment and supplies, staff roster. The individual is also responsible for training and development of staff as well as gathering customer feedback.
Desirable Personal Traits:
· Physical fitness
· High level of Integrity
· A good moral character
· Healthy habits
· Good Grooming
Job Prospects: Housekeeping Supervisor
150 hours of internship with leading hotels and restaurants in the hospitality industry
Assessment and Certification:
Continuous assessment is carried out by the Training Service Provider and final assessment
by an independent assessor, assigned by the Sector Skill Council. Certificate will be issued by
Government of Kerala and the Sector Skill Council, to successful trainees. 80% attendance is
mandatory for the final assessment, certification & internship.
• Students enrolled in Plus One in any stream; / Students enrolled in 1st year of Bachelor’s Degree course in any stream;
• Students who have successfully completed ‘Aptitude Test’ and ‘Personal Interview