50 Ekurhuleni Youngsters Graduate

Tuesday, June 20 was a big day for over 50 Ekurhuleni youngsters as they graduated from the Peermont Hotel School, a world-class institution dedicated to hospitality training and development, based at Emperors Palace and funded by the Peermont Community Benefit Trust.

Two of the first students to graduate from the Peermont Hotel School at Emperors Palace on Tuesday, June 20, Nicholus Maake of Tembisa and Nwabisa Ngcingwana of Katlehong celebrate their achievements with the school’s Food and Beverage Programme Manager, Ben Zodwa of Katlehong. The school, funded by the Peermont Community Benefit Trust and supported by the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, offers learners from Ekurhuleni a 12-month bursary to train under hospitality industry professionals to become chefs, waiters and housekeepers. Maake and Ngcingwana both graduated as waiters. (Photograph by Yolanda van der Stoep)

On Tuesday afternoon, June 20 the Peermont Hotel School, which was started just over a year ago at Emperors Palace, held its first graduation ceremony at the Red Roman Shed. Funded by the Peermont Community Benefit Trust (PCBT) and supported by the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, this world-class institution dedicated to hospitality training and development gives youngsters from Ekurhuleni a 12-month bursary to train under hospitality industry professionals, which includes theoretical training as well as gaining practical insight into vital roles within the industry. Here the first group of students enrolled at the school celebrate graduating with Peermont CEO, Nigel Atherton and PCBT Chairperson, Tshidi Madima. (Photograph by Yolanda van der Stoep)

On Tuesday afternoon, June 20 the Peermont Hotel School, which was started just over a year ago at Emperors Palace, held its first graduation ceremony at the Red Roman Shed. Funded by the Peermont Community Benefit Trust (PCBT) and supported by the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality this world-class institution dedicated to hospitality training and development gives youngsters from Ekurhuleni a 12-month bursary to train under hospitality industry professionals, which includes theoretical training as well as gaining practical insight into vital roles within the industry. Here the first group of students enrolled at the school celebrate graduating with PCBT Trustee, Vusi Zwane and Ekurhuleni Metro Divisional Head: Tourism Development & Marketing, Paki Mathebula. (Photograph by Yolanda van der Stoep)

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