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Certificate presentation of Harpo’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management 21st batch

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harpo’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management Galle branch held its awarding ceremony recently of the 21st batch, comprising 15 students, who completed the basic level International Cookery and Pastry Bakery courses each. 

Presentation was conducted by MD Harpo Gooneratne and Consultant Asoka Jayewardene.

Harpo’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, has conducted three-six month courses on Hospitality Industry and is focused on providing grass root level training for students to enter the trade which is in need of trained staff.

It is also noted that the Hotel school has been awarded the TVEC-NVQ National Vocational Qualification.

Damitha Nalin the Centre Manager, Galle Branch has been effectively promoting the certificate programs. For registrations contact Centre Manager Damitha – 0776621592 for more details. Harpo’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management: www.harposonline.com.

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