40 Maldivians to graduate from Four Seasons Resorts Maldives' Hospitality Apprenticeship programme this month

The Guest of Honour for the graduation ceremony will be First Lady of the Maldives, Madam Fazna Ahmed

The Four Seasons Resorts, Maldives has demonstrated a commitment to sustainability and preservation through local partnerships, sustainable practices, guest education and more. Recognising that country’s youth are its future, this year, the Four Seasons Resorts Maldives Hospitality Apprenticeship programme will see 40 young Maldivians graduate towards brighter horizons at the end of this month.  

The longest running and most successful of its kind in the Indian Ocean since 2001, the programme is now in its 21st year and has supported a total of 697 youngsters to date, setting them up for a hospitality career not only in the Maldives, but potentially worldwide. The training crosses disciplines including Food & Beverage Service, Food & Beverage Preparation, Housekeeping & Guest Services, Retail, Front Office & Recreation, PADI Dive Master, Safe Maritime Transport (SMT), Engineering and Watersports Attendant.

“Investing in people is the cornerstone of great hospitality,” said Four Seasons Resorts Maldives Regional Vice President Armando Kraenzlin. “And helping local youth achieve their potential and create empowered futures is very much a part of that. Their enthusiasm, talent, energy and focus amaze us year on year, but the resilience shown by our current graduates, in the face of such unprecedented challenges, is particularly commendable.”

Celebrating their achievements at the graduation ceremony will be Chief Guest of Honour and First Lady of the Maldives, Madam Fazna Ahmed. She’ll be addressing both the incoming and outgoing students, as well as presenting certificates.


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