Katavi School of Hotel and Tourism Management

Katavi School of Hotel and Tourism Management

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The Ksht offers professional education in the field of Hospitality,Tourism,IT and Business Management. Since it inception in 2011. Katavi School of Hotel and Tourism Management (KSHT) is based on the student’s active, independent and analytical learning attitude.

The organization of the courses is a reflection of this concept. Student are expected to develop a pro-active attitude and to articulate their own learning goals. Educational programs offer a busy schedule and, just as in the corporate world, student have to learn to manage their time effectively. Students are being equipped to be progress and product oriented. Training at the Ksht focuses on practical skills and analytical prowess.

16/07/2013

Katavi School of Hotel and Tourism Management

Good Evening our Students, Future students , Graduates and guardians.

I am Happy to announce that our school will reopening on the 2014 year of study. it is confirmed now after the inspection conducted by the VETA and NACTE for the full registration of our center. this was due to the condition of the authorities, as you all know that this is an education firm so we have to abide all rules and regulation of the Government for our benefit. it was kind of a long wait but finally we have made it. Thanx for your supporters, prayers atc. Let me acknowledge some efforts that work hard day and Night to make sure thing are in place again, Our Director of Studies ( Elijah S. Mwakilindi), Veta Zonal Cordinator from Mbeya, Veta Zonal Director, Ksht Course coordinator and many more.

Mucho Gracias

The Principal
Katavi School of Hotel and Tourism Management

[07/16/13]   Good Evening our Students, Future students , Graduates and guardians.

I am Happy to announce that our school will reopening on the 2014 year of study. it is confirmed now after the inspection conducted by the VETA and NACTE for the full registration of our center. this was due to the condition of the authorities, as you all know that this is an education firm so we have to abide all rules and regulation of the Government for our benefit. it was kind of a long wait but finally we have made it. Thanx for your supporters, prayers atc. Let me acknowledge some efforts that work hard day and Night to make sure thing are in place again, Our Director of Studies ( Elijah S. Mwakilindi), Veta Zonal Cordinator from Mbeya, Veta Zonal Director, Ksht Course coordinator and many more.

Mucho Gracias

The Principal
Katavi School of Hotel and Tourism Management

16/07/2013

Katavi School of Hotel and Tourism Management

KATAVI WILDLIFE CAMP

Katavi Wildlife Camp is very exclusive and located in the best game area at Ikuu on the banks of the Katuma river opening out on to the biggest plain - Katisunga which is the middle of the 3 main plains that form Katavi making both Lake Katavi and Lake Chada also accessible from this camp. Crucially the camp is located where the Katuma drains the Katisunga plain flowing on towards Chada so that you can watch the daily movements of game between grazing on the plains and the last remaining pools of water in the Katuma during the dry and witness the dramas unfold before you. We were not the first to find this spot as a pride of lion have probably been there for a million years! Though best in the dry season Katavi is pretty good in the green season too especially for birders.

16/07/2013

KATAVI WILDLIFE CAMP

Katavi Wildlife Camp is very exclusive and located in the best game area at Ikuu on the banks of the Katuma river opening out on to the biggest plain - Katisunga which is the middle of the 3 main plains that form Katavi making both Lake Katavi and Lake Chada also accessible from this camp. Crucially the camp is located where the Katuma drains the Katisunga plain flowing on towards Chada so that you can watch the daily movements of game between grazing on the plains and the last remaining pools of water in the Katuma during the dry and witness the dramas unfold before you. We were not the first to find this spot as a pride of lion have probably been there for a million years! Though best in the dry season Katavi is pretty good in the green season too especially for birders.

18/06/2013

Zijue Baadhi ya hotel na Hadhi zake Duniani

SERENA HOTELS

Serena Hotels ni mnyororo wa hoteli inayofanya kazi nchini Afghanistan, Kenya, Msumbiji, Pakistan, Rwanda, Tanzania na Uganda. Ni moja ya makampuni 96 yaliyo chini ya Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED), ambayo ni shirika la kutoa faida kwenye Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). Kibiashara, wao hutumia jina la Tourism Promotion Services (TPS Serena). Kampuni hii imeorodheshwa kwenye Soko la Hisa la Nairobi na ina majumba 19 katika bara la Afrika

HISTORIA

Hoteli ya Serena mjini Nairobi ni yenye nyota tano na ndio hoteli kuu. Ina vyumba 183 na vyumba 7 vya waheshimiwa, pamoja na chumba kimoja cha rais au mkuu wa nchi. Kituo chake cha Maisha Health Club ni bora zaidi nchini Afghanistan. Serena ni mwanachama wa Leading Hotels of the World (Hoteli zinazoongoza kote duniani).

Serena Hotel iliyomo mjini Islamabad, Pakistan ilibuniwa na mbunifu maarufu Nayyar Ali Dada na kufunguliwa mwaka 2002. Ina vyumba 220, pamoja na chumba cha densi ya watu 200, mikahawa mitatu, maduka ya kununua vitu, na klabu ya afya na bwawa la kuogelea. Dari la juu la hoteli pamoja na uwanja wake unaweza kuchukua wageni 1,000 kwenye karamu. Hii pia ni mwanachama wa Leading Hotels of the World.

Hoteli ya Kampala Serena ni ya nyota 5 iliyozungukwa na bustani la kuvutia. Hoteli hii ina kituo cha kushukia helikopta. Ina makao 152 ya kibinafsi, pamoja na vyumba vya kisasa 32 na vyumba vya waheshimiwa 12,ikiwemo moja ya rais. Hoteli hii ilimkaribisha Malkia Elizabeth II wakati wa Mkutano wa Jumuiya ya Madola ya Wakuu wa Serikali mnamo 2007 (CHOGM 2007).Karibu na hoteli hii kuna Kampala Serena International Conference Center iliyo na viti 1500 wajumbe na yenye uwezo wa kutafsiri lugha tisa.
Mapema mwaka 2007, Serena ilichukua usimamizi wa majumba mawili nchini Rwanda kutoka Southern Sun. Hoteli hizi zimebadilishwa majina na kuwa Kigali Serena Hotel na Ziwa Kivu Serena Hotel.

Serena Hotel Kabul mjini Kabul, Afghanistan ilifunguliwa mwaka 2005. Tarehe 14 Januari 2008, The Serena hoteli iliyopo mjini Kabul, Afghanistan ilikuwa shabaha la mashambulizi ya wapiganaji, pamoja na mabomu. Watu saba waliuawa katika shambulio hilo, ikiwa ni pamoja na mwandishi wa habari Kinorwe na wa Marekani.Taliban walidai wajibu wao wa vita hivi.

Mali ya Serena katika Afrika

Kenya
Mombasa
Nairobi(Mji Mkuu)
Mount Kenya
Masai Mara
Amboseli
Samburu
Nanyuki

Msumbiji
Maputo

Rwanda
Kigali
Ziwa la Kivu, Gisenyi

Tanzania
Ngorongoro
Serengeti
Ziwa Manyara

Uganda
Kampala
Ziwa Victoria, Lweeza

Zanzibar
Zanzibar

Serena Properties katika Asia

Afghanistan
Kabul
Herat (coming soon)
Mazari Sharif (coming soon)

Pakistan
Faisalabad
Gilgit
Hunza Valley
Islamabad
Quetta
Swat

Tajikistan
Dushanbe (coming soon)

18/06/2013

SERENA HOTELS

Serena Hotels ni mnyororo wa hoteli inayofanya kazi nchini Afghanistan, Kenya, Msumbiji, Pakistan, Rwanda, Tanzania na Uganda. Ni moja ya makampuni 96 yaliyo chini ya Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED), ambayo ni shirika la kutoa faida kwenye Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). Kibiashara, wao hutumia jina la Tourism Promotion Services (TPS Serena). Kampuni hii imeorodheshwa kwenye Soko la Hisa la Nairobi na ina majumba 19 katika bara la Afrika

HISTORIA

Hoteli ya Serena mjini Nairobi ni yenye nyota tano na ndio hoteli kuu. Ina vyumba 183 na vyumba 7 vya waheshimiwa, pamoja na chumba kimoja cha rais au mkuu wa nchi. Kituo chake cha Maisha Health Club ni bora zaidi nchini Afghanistan. Serena ni mwanachama wa Leading Hotels of the World (Hoteli zinazoongoza kote duniani).

Serena Hotel iliyomo mjini Islamabad, Pakistan ilibuniwa na mbunifu maarufu Nayyar Ali Dada na kufunguliwa mwaka 2002. Ina vyumba 220, pamoja na chumba cha densi ya watu 200, mikahawa mitatu, maduka ya kununua vitu, na klabu ya afya na bwawa la kuogelea. Dari la juu la hoteli pamoja na uwanja wake unaweza kuchukua wageni 1,000 kwenye karamu. Hii pia ni mwanachama wa Leading Hotels of the World.

Hoteli ya Kampala Serena ni ya nyota 5 iliyozungukwa na bustani la kuvutia. Hoteli hii ina kituo cha kushukia helikopta. Ina makao 152 ya kibinafsi, pamoja na vyumba vya kisasa 32 na vyumba vya waheshimiwa 12,ikiwemo moja ya rais. Hoteli hii ilimkaribisha Malkia Elizabeth II wakati wa Mkutano wa Jumuiya ya Madola ya Wakuu wa Serikali mnamo 2007 (CHOGM 2007).Karibu na hoteli hii kuna Kampala Serena International Conference Center iliyo na viti 1500 wajumbe na yenye uwezo wa kutafsiri lugha tisa.
Mapema mwaka 2007, Serena ilichukua usimamizi wa majumba mawili nchini Rwanda kutoka Southern Sun. Hoteli hizi zimebadilishwa majina na kuwa Kigali Serena Hotel na Ziwa Kivu Serena Hotel.

Serena Hotel Kabul mjini Kabul, Afghanistan ilifunguliwa mwaka 2005. Tarehe 14 Januari 2008, The Serena hoteli iliyopo mjini Kabul, Afghanistan ilikuwa shabaha la mashambulizi ya wapiganaji, pamoja na mabomu. Watu saba waliuawa katika shambulio hilo, ikiwa ni pamoja na mwandishi wa habari Kinorwe na wa Marekani.Taliban walidai wajibu wao wa vita hivi.

Mali ya Serena katika Afrika

Kenya
Mombasa
Nairobi(Mji Mkuu)
Mount Kenya
Masai Mara
Amboseli
Samburu
Nanyuki

Msumbiji
Maputo

Rwanda
Kigali
Ziwa la Kivu, Gisenyi

Tanzania
Ngorongoro
Serengeti
Ziwa Manyara

Uganda
Kampala
Ziwa Victoria, Lweeza

Zanzibar
Zanzibar

Serena Properties katika Asia

Afghanistan
Kabul
Herat (coming soon)
Mazari Sharif (coming soon)

Pakistan
Faisalabad
Gilgit
Hunza Valley
Islamabad
Quetta
Swat

Tajikistan
Dushanbe (coming soon)

[06/18/13]   TANZANIA Culture:

Habitation

Tanzanians have an interesting story to tell about their origin. The instability in the earth crust during primeval times did form the great Rift valley that runs from south ofYemen through Eastern African countries including Tanzania down to Lake Nyansa and branching westward between Tanzania and D.R. Congo northward to Uganda . One of the sites with most favourable conditions in the valley, turned out to be the cradle of humankind. This is an early ape like creature whose footprints and skull were discovered by the Leakeys in 1959 and 1979. These evidences, which are products of archaeological discovery about the earliest ancestor were, obtained from the Olduvai Gorge and Laetoli. These areas were some of the habitats of the homo habilis and homo sapiens the old Tanzanians who could think and make stone tools. Important artifacts and the bones of the origin of the human species which were left behind have been estimated to be 1.75 million years old.

Moreover, similar landmarks have been made through excavation of historical sites at Isimila in the Southern Highlands where old stone age tools, commonly referred to as hand-axes can be seen today. The Kondoa-Irangi cave paintings by such ancestors and the Engaruka traces of both blacksmithery and irrigation works are further evidences of early human presence in Tanzania during the distant past.

It is better to be optimistic and assume that from here, some descendants dispersed worldover and later came back to Tanzania to join their sisters and brothers who had remained on this land. Now these came back as either warriors, farmers, pastoralists, settlers, invaders, refugees, colonisers, traders, explorers missionaries or as slave masters. Most of these people form the present population of Tanzania including over 120 mega-ethnic groupings (99%) excluding minority groups from Europe and Asia (1%)

With constant instability and civil strife in neighbouring lands now as well as has been historically, Tanzania is a safe haven of peace for immigrants. Refugees from both the Niger-Benue confluence in West Africa, Bahr el Ghazal in the Sudan and Shungwaya disperal areas in Kenya found homes in Tanzania between the 3rd and 13th centuries. Todate, she is still receiving and caring for thousands of refugees from Rwanda, Burundi, Somalia and Democratic Republic of Congo. This phenomenon has a significant impact on the size of the country's population, resources and environment. The number of these refugees ranges between 500,000 and 1,000,000. The refugees have caused incalculable damage to this country. Due to the need for food; water and fuel, almost all water sources and all natural vegetation within and around the refugee camps have been destroyed. As a result most of these sites have been virtually turned in to bare land of semi desertic conditions.

Killings, thefts and other ills have been committed by some refugees thus causing social disorders and flight of peace from among Tanzania citizens. The government of Tanzania; the Organization of Africa Unit (OAU), the UNHCR and UNICEF are doing their best to acclimatize these refugees so that when ideal time comes, they are repatriated to their countries.
To the global community, the refugee problem is yet another area which calls for more support to Tanzania to enable these refugees line like other human beings as well as bringing peace in their home countries so that they are livable places.

Culture and Traditions

Tanzanian's Social fabric charm is the prime attraction for cultural and eco-tourism. The folklore, the traditional "ngomas" and the dancing styles vary from one tribe to another. When dancing, the Makonde vibrate their bottoms in "Sindimba" frenzy and the "Zaramo" bounce the undulating "Mdundiko" procession. The Maasai in their leaping dance going simultaneously with rhythmic chant of their deep voices which can scare even a he lion! The use of live snakes by the "Sukuma" such as embracing huge pythons and struggling with during the "Bugobogobo" dance turn such occasions into unforgettable scenes to a visitor. Each of the 120 tribes has its ngoma and dancing all of which styles are quite fascinating and sometimes sexy.

Various dressing styles are also rare attractions to a visitor. The Masai men put a light toga-like drape inadequately covering their lithe bodies while carrying traditional weapons such as spears, clubs and large knives. The Maasai women, on the other way, heavily load their necks, arms, legs and ears with jewelry ranging from beads to metal ornaments. Usual men smear their bodies with ochre mixed with animal fat and plait their hairs.

Again, the Makonde people indulge in filing their teeth and tattooing their faces and bodies a combination of which appear tantalizing! Makonde are the masters in their carvings which depict human struggles, conflicts, love, passion, good, evil and cooperation all of which are very attractive and mind provoking indeed!
For the coastal and island dwellers, it is the painting of hands, feet lips and nails with henna according to occasion, which look very luring.

Of the unique ethic groups, are the almost extinct people of entral Tanzania. These are Sandawe (ethiopian cush*tic related) whose neighbours are the Iraqw gorowa and burungi, and the Hadzapi also alternatively refer to as Tindiga Kindiga and Kangeju are Hottentot - Khoisan related people who speak click languages. The Ndorobo are also click speakers but they are more adaptive to external culture. These Tanzanians are nomads, gatherers, hunters, collectors; and fishers who live in the area surrounding lake Eyasi just a few Kilometres from the famous Ngorongoro crater. Today it is claimed that the number of these people is hardly 5,000 when it was over 30,000 in 1965. The challenge here is to help the government of Tanzania to save these people from the verge of extinction. In these respect, the areas around Lake Eyasi are ideal indeed for one to do scientific and anthropo-genealogic related researches for the future record. Implicitly then, one should reckon that an immediate touch is ideal now or never when those people will have become extinct.

17/06/2013

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[06/17/13]   Congratulation for all graduates especially intake 01 who managed to secure their career job in the place of internship. You make us Proud.

03/05/2013

Katavi School of Hotel and Tourism Management

A must read TIPS!

TIPs for Hotelier jobseeker!

HOW TO WRITE A KILLER HOSPITALITY CV

Companies in the hospitality sector care about three things: customer service customer service and customer service Because these companies stake their reputations on the way they treat and serve their customers, hospitality jobs require a very different set of skills than, for example office jobs Because of the often very specific nature of these sort of roles, it's best to create two CVs; a general
CV for the industry and a CV specific to the role CV for the industry and a CV specific to the role for which you're applying

What are employers looking for?

Employers are looking for people who can add value to their business by demonstrating exceptional service and commitment. You’ll be expected to meet and gr ariety of customers and be comfortable dealing with all sorts of novel situations. A lot of hospitality jobs will als equire you to be on your feet for long periods of time or these reasons, employers will be looking for people who are
1.Willing to serve other Polite and friendly
2. Clean and neat Team player
3. Healthy and fit Able to thrive under pressure
4. Willing to be flexible in their working pattern n a more senior position,

such as a hotel manager, you'll be expected to-;
1. Manage a team Demonstrate commercial sense with promotions and marketing campaign
2. Recruit and train staff
3. Manage and report budgets and figure

Writing your CV The first thing to identify is exactly which skills the employer is looking for. For exam highlight their proficiencies with cooking, cleaning and organising. Write down a list to it when compiling your CV

Personal details

Make sure you include your correct address, telephone and email details. You don't nationality or ethnic origins and you shouldn't need to include a photo either

Personal statement

Always remember to concentrate on what you can offer the compan refer back to the job advert or description to make sure you highligh scared to think outside the box: you may have done voluntary wo transferable skills in the process

Skills overview

This is arguably one of the most important areas on your CV. Always keep in mind the following points w How does your experience fit in with your employer's needs Have you received any recognition or awards for your work in the past, e.g, Employee of the month Do you have any relevant statistics or figures that demonstrate your achievement.

Career history Again,

a vital part of your hospitality CV. Emphasise the parts of your career history that are most rele position you're applying for. For example, if you're currently in a bar job, but are applying for the po concierge, talk about your customer service skills and your ability to communicate and effectively ser of custome

Education and training

Aside from any academic qualifications, employers will want you to tell them about any training y hospitality, don't be shy about mentioning things like first aid courses either

Volunteer and charity work

Employers will be impressed if you've got experience in running or participating in charity campaigns of responsibility to the general community. But please: don't lie

Additional skills and experience

This is for anything else you feel might be relevant to the job. You could mention any other languag skills or experience with food preparation or cocktail making, any cash handling skills, even a typing s remember to link it back to the job you're applying for. There's little value in mentioning you have a remember to link it back to the job you're applying for. There's little value in mentioning you have a words per minute if you're applying to be a waiter

Personal attributes

attributes section can really demonstrate how you would be valuable to a particular employer. It's no have little or no relevant experience Personal attributes might include Well presented Confident communicator Responsible, reliable and hest Fast arner Punctual

References

skills and can sell you to a potential employer. Make sure your referees are aware you've given their description

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