The aim of this week is to bring generations closer to each other and to make the general public more aware of the role the elderly play in our society.
A team of seven students will ensure restaurant services: Valentin Rodriguez, Victor Salou, Thomas Petit, Arthur Pelissier, Lea-Marie Ferrier et Zelie Labrousse.
“I was really motivated by the idea of doing good for these people, showing them our commitment, and bringing something new into their residence,” said Zelie Labrousse, a member of Student Services and in charge of organizing this project.
Valentin Rodriguez, who was working that day, tells us more:
“I felt concerned by this project, as my grandparents are both in a retirement home. It was important for me to devote part of my spare time to this operation and give the residents a bit of happiness. They really seemed glad to see us and we had time to talk with them. They were proud to tell us about their lives. After we had finished serving lunch, one of the residents took the mic to thank us on behalf of the others for having spent a few hours with them. This was the first time I had the opportunity to take part in an action like this. I hope I’ll be able to do it again.”
The Covid-19 pandemic has greatly impacted the tourism industry. Vatel Group has decided to provide hotels and restaurants with free access to its online platform of training modules, Vatel E-learning.Read more
Organisation en cuisine, préparation de salle, simulation d'accueil clients, Charlotte s'est confrontée avec bonheur aux réalités d'un métier, au restaurant Vatel de Lyon.Read more
Rida nous raconte son quotidien à l'école depuis la reprise de septembre.Read more
It is with great joy that we welcome our students back to Vatel schools. Of course, the virus is still around and so. we must all – cheerfully - respect the health measures put in place in our schools and training restaurants and hotels.Read more