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Australian Government funds hospitality programme in Đà Nẵng

Update: April, 19/2016 - 17:21
Wayne Crosbie, representative of William Angliss Institute talked to participants of the opening ceremony for the training programme via skype. — Photo donga.edu.vn
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ĐÀ NẴNG (VNS) — The central city’s Đông Á College and William Angliss Institute from Australia have started a personnel training programme for the hospitality, tourism and culinary arts sectors for the 2016-17 period.

Funding for the programme came from the Australian government, which provided a total of AUD250,000 (US$194,000).

Rector of Đông Á College Nguyễn Thị Anh Đào said the programme would provide a nine-month course for 80 people working in resorts, hotels and restaurants in the central region.

This is the first tourism and hospitality training programme, meeting ASEAN standards, to have been established in the central region to provide hospitality training services to the coastal central provinces.

All trainees will receive graduation certificates from William Angliss Institute, a specialist Centre for hospitality, tourism and culinary arts training and education in Australia.

Last year, Đông Á College also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Route Inn Group from Japan for tourism service employee training in 2018 to serve a chain of 320 hotels in Japan and Việt Nam. — VNS

 

 

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