Bellinzona, here are the SSSAT graduates

On Tuesday 28 June, the Bellinzona School of Hospitality and Tourism (SSSAT) presented the end-of-year diplomas in the presence of the representative of the Vocational Training Division Roberto Cogliati, of the Mayor of Bellinzona Mario Branda, of the president. of the supervisory commission Marcel Krähenmann, the co-director of the school Jacopo Soldini and numerous representatives of organizations of the labor world.

SSSAT is an institute dedicated to the training of managers and collaborators in the entire hotel and tourism sector and offers two full-time training courses recognized by the Confederation: the hotelier-restaurateur and the tourism specialist. The school also regularly offers continuing education courses for professionals already active in the tourism-hotel sector.

These are the hotel-restaurant graduates:

Baccaglio Lynn (Minusio), Barelli Pamela (Pazzallo), Bezzola Marvin (Moghegno), Brugnoli Céline (Lamone), Bognuda Giovanna (Gordola), Djokic Marko (Lugano), Faverio Chiara (Carona), Ferrari Nicolò (Luino), Galvanone Larissa (Vernate), Grana Luigi (Ascona), Grignola Nathan (Stabio), La Delfa Davide (Balerna), Lauricella Luca (Pregassona), Malagutti Giulia (Locarno), Macoggi Alessandro (Grancia), Magnaghi Luca (Luino), Meucci Gianluca ( Genoa), Paganotti Simone (Venegono Superiore), Piritore Dario Andrea (Bellinzona), Porta Marco (Finero), Rajabi Sedighe (Lugano), Tagli Alessia (Monte Carasso), Viglianti Alba (Gudo), Villa Valentina (Manno), Yang Ching Yuan (Minusio), Salihovic ‘Mirela (Mendrisio)

Larissa Galvanone, who achieved the best global average (5.5), was awarded the prize offered by hotelleriesuisse Ticino; Nicolò Ferrari, on the other hand, won the award for the best average in professional matters (5.3), offered by GastroTicino. Finally, Luigi Grana was awarded the prize offered by the French Embassy for the results obtained in the improvement of the French language during his training.

The following graduates have completed their studies, but have yet to complete their professional experience to obtain the diploma: Avanti-Morillo Jasmine (Bellinzona), Besevic Dijana (Lugano), Fortugno Pasqua Alessandra (Lugano), Fuchs Justine (Agra), Huber Georgia (Comano), Lo Stuto Serena (Agno), Lupo Prisca (Lugano), Meletta Nicla (Lugaggia), Moratti Gabriele (Stabio), Prenqi Rikard (Vira), Spadafora Marco (Bellinzona)

These are the graduate tourism specialists:

Accardo Samantha (Chiasso), Alba Eleonora Marie (Manno), Augello Lara (Sessa), Bajic Nicole (Lugano), Bernasconi Céline (Dino), Brunner Cristhina (Bellinzona), Cattaneo Martina (Grancia), Conforto Galli Cecilia (Canobbio), Crameri Nastassja (Monte Carasso), De Giacomi Marzia (Magliaso), Despot Tijana (Giubiasco), Dotti Deanna (Tesserete), Fassora Blanca (Sonvico), Ferrari Alessia (Morbio Inferiore), Ferriroli Cesare (Gordola), Ketels Nathalie (Paradiso) , Kovacevic Sara (Losone), Kurz Athena (San Vittore), Lauro Asia (Massagno), Marletta Luana (Lugano), Mirizzi Laura (Locarno), Miteva Monika (Tenero), Musatti Francesca (Arbedo), Petkovic Marina (Mendrisio), Portavecchia Alissa (Chiasso), Puselijc Simica (Locarno), Redaelli Elisa (Arogno), Rodrigues Pires Silvia (Taverne), Rovati Jacopo (Bellinzona), Santana Marques Andreia (Agno), Scarpa Tiffany (Capolago), Sellitto Espinoza Camila (Lugano) , Starnini Lisa (Riazzino), Steffen Emilie (Minusio), Trapletti Dora (Agno)

Martina Cattaneo, who achieved the best overall average (5.6), was awarded the prize offered by Monte San Salvatore SA of Lugano; Marina Petkovic, meanwhile, won the award for the best average in professional matters (5.6), offered by her friend “I Professionals of Travel”, built on the ashes of the ATAV (Ticino Association of Travel Agencies).

The following graduates have completed their studies, but have yet to complete their professional experience to obtain the diploma: Godoy Marchesan Martina (Bellinzona), Maestretti Daisy (Verscio), Prezzemoli Camilla (Camignolo), Tanghetti Anita (Gerra Gambarogno)

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