With Covid-19 driving the hospitality and the tourism industries to the wall in India, a pertinent question has come up, is it worth entering the hospitality industry? Should I pursue hotel management? Can I do a bartending course instead of hotel management?
Well the industry opinion is that the industry will start taking baby steps again but in 6-12 months. Even the CEO's of top Indian hotel chains are only taking an educated guess but there are no guarantees. So if you want to enter a hotel management course now, there is a high chance that the situation would have come to normal, meaning that there will be jobs out there. So if you can afford those three years of fees, and you have a passion for the industry then a hotel management course is for you as it will give you a holistic perspective of all departments in the hotel. Hotel management admissions for year 2020-21 are currently on and the colleges are giving out admission forms and brochures. So hurry up and do your research....
For those who can't afford the fees for hotel management?
For those who are looking at a faster return on investment on their education?
For those who don't have the perseverance to study for three or fours years?
A Bartending Course could be an answer.
- A Bartending course gives you exactly those skills that will help you get a job
- You can start working earlier and get a head start in your career
- You can do a degree by correspondence and spend less money
- A lot of bartenders with a bartending course background follow the same career as hotel management graduates.
The Happy High Bartending Academy,Mumbai offers a 6 week full time program for 12th pass candidates with good level of conversational English. The courses if design by industry professionals for the industry. Batch starts after the lock down is over. You can find more about the bartending institute in Ghatkopar, Mumbai here