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William Angliss Institute, CAHM celebrate decade in hospitality education

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William Angliss Institute, Australia in partnership with the Colombo Academy of Hospitality Management (CAHM) celebrated a decade of excellence in tourism, hospitality and culinary education.

As one of the largest private hospitality management institutes in Sri Lanka, the Colombo Academy of Hospitality Management (CAHM) hosted at the Malabe campus of the Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT) has not only raised the bar for hospitality education but also serves as a testament to the enduring collaboration between Australia and Sri Lanka.

In establishing the joint venture both William Angliss Institute, Australia and the Colombo Academy of Hospitality Management (CAHM) were focused on developing a partnership dedicated to providing world-class education in hospitality, tourism, foods, and events in Sri Lanka.

Highlighting the Institute’s commitment to excellence, CAHM Chairman Errol Weerasinghe stated; “Our partnership with William Angliss Institute, Australia, has been instrumental in shaping our journey. A decade ago, when we established the institute in Sri Lanka through CAHM’s association with the William Angliss Institute in Melbourne, Australia, we recognised the paramount importance of acquiring the right expertise and knowledge to offer hospitality education that meets international standards right here in Sri Lanka. We embarked on this journey with one curriculum stream, a faculty of ten members and just 60 students.”

CAHM Managing Director Anuk Weerasinghe, emphasized the significant growth of the Institute today as a result of the strong partnership established with the William Angliss Institute, Australia, over the past decade.

“The significant growth of the Institute you see today is a result of the strong partnership we have established with the William Angliss Institute, Australia, for the past decade. They have supported us in many ways, including their generous grants, gifting of state-of-the-art equipment, visits by Australian teachers and sharing of faculty resources.”

In addition to its robust curriculum and state-of-the-art facilities, the William Angliss Institute & CAHM joint venture stands out for its overseas training opportunities, including internships in Singapore and placements in France and the United Kingdom.

Together the joint venture partners are looking ahead to the next decade, remaining committed to fostering excellence in hospitality education, supporting community growth and contributing to the professional skills needs of Sri Lanka’s ever-important tourism industry.

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