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For most people, when you say “social worker” you think of someone working with children and families — your first thought might even be an incorrect image of an overworked caseworker removing children from their homes and placing them in foster care.

However, there is a much wider range of opportunity for social workers outside of the realm of children and families. In fact, social workers are committed to helping all people in need. They help people at all ages and stages of life access the services and tools they need to thrive and live healthy lives. Yet there is one population in dire need of help, and a shortage of qualified workers could mean that many people do not gain access to the services that they need.

For most people, when you say “social worker” you think of someone working with children and families — your first thought might even be an incorrect image of an overworked caseworker removing children from their homes and placing them in foster care.

However, there is a much wider range of opportunity for social workers outside of the realm of children and families. In fact, social workers are committed to helping all people in need. They help people at all ages and stages of life access the services and tools they need to thrive and live healthy lives. Yet there is one population in dire need of help, and a shortage of qualified workers could mean that many people do not gain access to the services that they need.

For most people, when you say “social worker” you think of someone working with children and families — your first thought might even be an incorrect image of an overworked caseworker removing children from their homes and placing them in foster care.

However, there is a much wider range of opportunity for social workers outside of the realm of children and families. In fact, social workers are committed to helping all people in need. They help people at all ages and stages of life access the services and tools they need to thrive and live healthy lives. Yet there is one population in dire need of help, and a shortage of qualified workers could mean that many people do not gain access to the services that they need.

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For most people, when you say “social worker” you think of someone working with children and families — your first thought might even be an incorrect image of an overworked caseworker removing children from their homes and placing them in foster care.

However, there is a much wider range of opportunity for social workers outside of the realm of children and families. In fact, social workers are committed to helping all people in need. They help people at all ages and stages of life access the services and tools they need to thrive and live healthy lives. Yet there is one population in dire need of help, and a shortage of qualified workers could mean that many people do not gain access to the services that they need.

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Servo Group ventures into hotel education in Dehradun

Servo Group, owners of Ramada Hotel Dehradun, has opened a hotel school in the city, foraying into hotel education.

The Servo Hospitality School began its academic operations with the first batch of a two-year Diploma program in Hotel Management. Besides the two-year Diploma program in Hotel Management, the institute will provide two-year Culinary program and one-year Bakery program at the campus soon.

Servo Hospitality School has collaborated with OTHM, UK, for the academic programs and certification.

Vishwas Ghai, MD, Servo Hospitality School, said, “The objective is to impart quality education and training to students to equip them for a successful future. We want our kids to be Managers that too without spending lacs and lacs of rupees.”

Read More: https://news.franchiseindia.com/education/servo-group-ventures-into-hotel-education-in-dehradun.n17740

Hotel Management Courses in Dehradun

Servo Group forays into Hospitality education in Dehradun

Servo Group, owners of Ramada Hotel Dehradun, has ventured into hotel education by opening a hotel school in the city. The Servo Hospitality School started its academic operations with first batch of two-year Diploma program in Hotel Management commencing at the most-modern campus close to the hotel.

Apart from the two-year Diploma program in Hotel Management, the institute will offer two-year Culinary program and one-year Bakery program at the campus soon. Servo Hospitality School has tied up with OTHM, UK for the academic programs and certification.

The two-year diploma program will be broken into one-year on campus theory and practical and one-year internship abroad.

Read More: http://www.hospitalitybizindia.com/detailNews.aspx?aid=29796&sid=41