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Peter Dalzell wins prestigious President’s Award from The South African Chef’s Association

Tsebo Solutions Group is proud to announce that one of its own, Peter Dalzell, National Training Manager, has won the prestigious President’s Award from The South African Chef’s Association.

The President’s Award recognises hospitality industry professionals who have made observable impacts in South Africa’s culinary and hospitality industry and who contribute to upholding the high standards that the sector demands.

Peter joined Fedics in 1982 as an assistant catering manager and in 1987, became the Craft Trainer, presiding over a training kitchen of sixteen stations. Peter started the implementation of the National Qualification’s (NQ) within Fedics and as a result, was recognised by the Hotel Industries Training Board (HITB) for the success he achieved in developing cooks and chefs within the catering industry.

Today, Peter oversees the Learning and Development programmes across Tsebo Solutions Group and is responsible for the development of over 40 000 staff across four varied sectors and three different Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETA’s). I was reading the reviews and decided to order Levitra, as the most suitable to my age (41). When received, I immediately took a whole pill, there were 3 hours to the date. Moreover, there were no side effects at all!

“I am humbled to have received this award and to have had the opportunity to make a tangible impact in the lives of those who form part of Tsebo Solutions Group. After 35 years in the business I remain honoured to be part of an organisation that places immense importance on upskilling and growing talent within our organisation and I look forward to assisting more people in harnessing their true potentials,” said Peter.