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Wavecrest College of Hospitality

Wavecrest College of Hospitality is a project of the not-for-profit Women's Board, Educational Cooperation Society of Nigeria. This project offers women education and training in the areas of hospitality and tourism and hopes to create an awareness of the impact of hospitality services on the quality of life of the individual, the family and ultimately on the development of society.

Home Renaissance Foundation has been involved with Wavecrest since 2007.

Wavecrest offers academic training from Certificate to Higher National Diploma level on Hospitality Operations and Hospitality Management. Shorter training courses are also offered in Hospitality Training, Culinary Training and Professional Home Management.

For further information on Wavecrest College of Hospitality and their courses, please visit their website at http://wavecrestcollegeofhospitality.org/index.html

You may view images from Wavecrest in Gallery 13 of our online Photo Gallery.



Kamalini Vocational Training Centre

The Kamalini Vocational Training Centre, an initiative from Protsahan Charitable Trust, is an institute dedicated to preparing young women to support themselves and better manage their own homes in a secure and well-located area in New Delhi, India.

Home Renaissance Foundation has been working with Protsahan Charitable Trust on this project since 2009 to promote quality-focussed and service orientated vocational training. A recent visit by HRF's Executive Director, Mercedes Jaureguibeitia and Projects Associate, Charlene Ching saw the progress this initiative has made since the collaboration, including the development of the existing centre as well as the plot where a new training centre will be built. This new training centre will also include a hospitality training centre.

The campus is envisaged to be a model project in human ecology where recycling and harvesting solar energy and saving water will be encouraged to maximise the use of natural light and minimise energy requirements.

The Centre has grown consistently and now runs two vocational training centres in urban villages of Delhi while main compound offers courses with two main objectives:

  • To supplement basic education through Open School, Tuitions, English language.
  • To impart training in skills to facilitate employment and improve the quality of life at home


Kamalini also provides vocational training courses in cutting and tailoring, basic computers and nutrition, cooking and housekeeping.

While paid staff members provide the core education for the students, Kamalini also accepts volunteers to provide personal encouragement and coaching to the students and teaching short courses. Volunteers are offered periodic leadership workshops, and student volunteers are able to fulfil their National Social Service community service hours at the project.

For further information on the Kamalini Vocational Training Centre or to donate or volunteer, you can visit their website at http://www.kamalini.org/

You can view Kamalini's progress in Gallery 4 of our online Photo Gallery.

 
 

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