The 12th Asian Club Managers' Conference is back for another 3-day interactive session for Club Professionals. This year's theme, ‘10X Your Club in The Age of Disruption' brings focus on being relevant particularly in the areas of technology and sustainability. The conference has been carefully curated to target other demographics like the Millennials, Women and the “Silver Dollar”.
Short training programmes lasting two to three hours are in the works for workers in the hospitality sector so that they can upgrade their skills without missing much of work.
THE National Trades Union Congress Hospitality and Consumer Business Cluster (NTUC HCBC) has formed a network of 22 partners to better curate training programmes for hospitality professionals in Singapore.
Green roofs and green walls can be great additions to existing building spaces. It can be a focal point as well as a space for building occupants to experience nature within the building premises. This one-day workshop will allow participants to have an overview of the types of green roofs and green walls, teach participants the set up and maintenance issues, and introduce participants to the various initiatives provided by NParks for building owners.
The Certified Practising Horticulturalist (CPH) Programme is a professional recognition programme for practising horticulturists who wish to seek accreditation of the their professional status. The CPH programme is offered by CUGE, the National Parks Board and is accredited by the Australian Institute of Horticulture (AIH).