Singapore and Cebu – Two Singapore institutes of higher learning, Republic Polytechnic (RP) and Temasek Polytechnic (TP), have inked a Memorandum of Understanding(MoU) with the Department of Tourism, Philippines and the Province of Cebu to develop a 36-month Tourism and Hospitality Capability Development Programme in the Cebu Province of the Philippines.
If results of the recent Lion City Cup, Santi Cup and Kartini Cup are anything to go by, there is some work to be done for women's amateur golf and the junior ranks for both boys and girls.
Amidst the Singapore government's drive to enhance digital literacy in the nation and push for the adoption of technology and automation in businesses, PSB Academy, Singapore's best private education institution (1), is partnering with industry bodies to introduce new programmes that will focus on specialist skills, and contribute to Singapore's industry transformation maps starting with the hospitality and technology sectors.
SWITZERLAND'S Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL), the world's leading hospitality management school, has big plans for Singapore. It is considering setting up a campus here and is also looking at having an innovation hub for Asia in Singapore.
The conference this year was a resounding success, with over 130 delegates from the region participate. The content focussed on various as of club management and marketing including: Technology, Management Relationships with the Board, Fitness and Equipment Trends, Wine and New Areas in Diet/Cuisine, Cybersecurity, Employee Engagement, HR and Training.