Qualification offensive in Thailand

Training course for MICE electricians

Gwen Kaufmann, m+a - Wednesday, October 2, 2019    

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A special training course for MICE electricians is being introduced in Thailand. The professionals of the future are to be trained in the special needs of the MICE sector. This training initiative is being pushed by the Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB), the state agency promoting the MICE industry. Meanwhile, TCEB has joined hands with Thailand Incentive and Convention Association, Business of Creative and Event Management Association, and Thai Exhibition Association to design courses in the Thai language that meet national standards in order to enhance the skill standards of Thai entrepreneurs, especially in different regions, to tackle international competition. By offering training in its own country, the TCEB hopes to offer foreign MICE customers better services locally. TCEB president Mr. Chiruit Isarangkun Na Ayuthaya said that beside skill standards, TCEB also aims to connect occupational standards with educational standards within the scope of national professional qualification.

 

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