Published on Tuesday, 27 November 2012 21:02
An Australian institute is conducting a series of trainings for the hotel and tourism sectors of the region in Bali, Indonesia.
The William Angliss Institute--a training provider for food, tourism and hospitality industries--drew up a curriculum for the basic and diploma levels. The training started on November 12 and ends on December 3.
“We will give out certificates [for the trainings]. If they have those certificates, their salary will be the same in all Asean countries,” Nay Yee Aung, director of Star Resources Hotel Training School, said.
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