[ Hotel Management Trainer | F.C.I Institute of Management ]
Diploma - Melbourne, Australia
Nishant Lal worked as an apprentice in Delhi at Atithi Inn and did his diploma from Melbourne, Australia. He worked at Hotel Oaks, Melbourne and then joined Hotel Stallions, New Delhi. After that he joined FCI Hotel Management Institute, Dehradun.
Notably: Lecturer in: FCI Hotel Management Institute, Dehradun
10 years & 6 months [Nov 2006 - Jun 2017]
Hotel Management is divided into four different departments: Front Office, Production, Food and Beverage and Housekeeping. Apart from these, there are other departments as well such as Accounts, Maintenance, Sales and Marketing etc.
"I got my Diploma from Australia and worked at Hotel Oaks in Melbourne. I have worked at Hotel Stallions, New Delhi and then joined FCI Hotel Management Institute, Dehradun"
Notably: Chef in: Beacon Cove, Melbourne
8 years [Nov 2007 - Nov 2015]
Commercial Cooking is different from Culinary Arts. It is cooking to earn money. It should not just be about earning money but also to satisfy the needs of people.
"I started my career as an apprentice chef in Melbourne Racing Club, Melbourne, along with my studies. After that I joined Beacon Cove, Melbourne as a Kitchen Hand, eventually moving up to CDP. I then came back to India and learned about Indian cuisine and ended up as a chef."