We are thrilled to announce that #RHTi will be attending the Asian Tourism Fair this weekend! 🎉 If you share the passion for exploring new places and experiencing diverse cultures, this event is a must-visit. 🗺️✈️
The Asian Tourism Fair is an absolute must for travel enthusiasts. It’s the perfect opportunity to explore a world of possibilities, discover hidden gems, and immerse yourself in different cultures from around the globe. 🌏✈️
Don’t forget to swing by our booth! We’ll be having some exciting news.
Much waited SEIP (Skill for Employment investment Program) Program funded by Ministry Finance for the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh and collaborated by Industry Skill Council ISC Bangladesh. Has been inaugurated from 30th of July 2017 by Honorable ISC Chairman Mr. AKM Bari.
First time in Bangladesh City & Guilds level 2 in Professional Cookery offered by RHTi and successfully completed all the Theory and Practical Assessment in last 5th of July 2017 with the presence of City & Guilds appointed External Verifier Mr. Mohhammad Ali a renowned chef in Bangladesh.
One month long 2nd National Business Genius Bangladesh 2017 was over on 28 March 2017 at International University of Business,
Recently Bangladesh Navy High Officials has visited RHTi and discussed about hospitality training providing to the Navy staffs who are involve to service and food production for them.
RHTi has signed an MoU with AICS which is a Australian Government approved RTO(Registered Training Organization) RTO No: 22230 which will enables a very wide opportunity for the culinary students who love to pursue their career at the higher level and with the quality Australian standard education through RHTi.
International Maritime Academy IMA has been confirmed their 2nd intake to receive the three month long training on F & B service, basic cooking and housekeeping starting from 17th September 2017.
Finally agreed to continue the entrepreneurship training in hospitality industry through RHTi on the F & B Service, F&B Production, Housekeeping and Front office trade. Will start from October 2017.
Bangladesh Skills for Employment and Productivity (B-SEP) funded by ILO and Canada Government, training program on Front Office will start from the October at RHTi.
University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh ULAB authority agreed upon to provide 20 students each batch for the short semester of four months training on hospitality as part of their regular credits system which will enables them a wide opportunity of job search after completion of the course.
MoU between Primeasia University and RHTi
Visit of IBAIS THM students on 10th April 2017