RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE TRAINEE
- Should be punctual.
- Should maintain the training logbook up-to-date.
- Should be attentive and careful while doing work.
- Should be keen to learn and maintain high standards and quality of work.
- Should interact positively with the hotel staff.
- Should be honest and loyal to the hotel and towards their training.
- Should get their appraisals signed regularly from the HOD's or training manager.
- Gain maximum from the exposure given, to get maximum practical knowledge and skills.
- Should attend the training review sessions / classes regularly.
- Should be prepared for the arduous working condition and should face them positively.
- Should adhere to the prescribed training schedule.
- Should take the initiative to do the work as training is the only time where you can get maximum exposure.
- Should, on completion of Industrial Training, handover all the reports, appraisals, logbook and completion certificate to the institute.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE INSTITUTE
- Should give proper briefing to students prior to the industrial training
- Should make the students aware of the industry environment and expectations.
- Should notify the details of training schedule to all the students.
- Should coordinate regularly with the hotel especially with the training manager.
- Should visit the hotel, wherever possible, to check on the trainees .
- Should sort out any problem between the trainees and the hotel.
- Should take proper feedback from the students after the training.
- Should brief the students about the appraisals , attendance, marks, logbook and training report.
- Should ensure that change of I.T. hotel is not permitted once the student has been interviewed, selected and has accepted the offer.
- Should ensure that change of I.T. batch is not permitted.
- Should ensure trainees procure training completion certificate from the hotel before joining institute.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE HOTEL
First exposure: A young trainee's first industry exposure is likely to be the most influential in that person's career. If the managers / supervisors are unable or unwilling to develop the skills young trainees need to perform effectively, the latter will set lower standards than they are capable of achieving, their self-images will be impaired, and they will develop negative attitudes towards training, industry, and – in all probability – their own careers in the industry. Since the chances of building successful careers in the industry will decline, the trainees will leave in hope of finding other opportunities. If on the other hand, first managers/supervisors help trainees achieve maximum potential, they will build the foundations for a successful career.
- Should give proper briefing session/orientation/induction prior to commencement of training.
- Should make a standardized training module for all trainees.
- Should strictly follow the structured training schedule.
- Should ensure cordial working conditions for the trainee.
- Should co-ordinate with the institute regarding training programme.
- Should be strict with the trainees regarding attendance during training.
- Should check with trainees regarding appraisals, training report, log book etc.
- Should inform the institute about truant trainees.
- Should allow the students to interact with the guest.
- Should specify industrial training's Do's and Don'ts for the trainee.
- Should ensure issue of completion certificate to trainees on the last day of training.