The Thai MICE sector has even more room to thrive and is looking for more enthusiastic young professionals to join the team.
Thailand has long been a revered destination for meetings, conventions, exhibitions and leisure travel. The Thai MICE sector has even more room to grow and is looking for more enthusiastic young professionals to join the team.
The Human Resources Department dusts off the old alias project “Kla MICE” welcome the 3rd promotion of college students.
“Kla MICE,” roughly translated into “the new neighborhood kids” in Thai was initially introduced in 2019 with around 40 sophomores joining the course. Due to the coronavirus outbreak in 2019, the HR department offered an online learning platform where students could participate instead.
M/s. Thamita ChongswatvorakulDirector of the Corporate Human Resources Department, said “I am thrilled that we can finish our unfinished business and bring back the post-pandemic return of Kla MICE. The coronavirus epidemic has shaken the whole world. All industries have been hit hard and faced critical challenges including a shortage of staff. The Thai MICE industry needs more young professionals that we can count on to make the MICE industry flourish again.
We are proud to support Thailand’s hospitality and MICE industry by educating around 40 freshmen from various universities including Silpakorn University, Kasetsart University, Chiang Mai University, Khon Kaen University , Srinakharinwirot University, Bansomdet Chaopraya Rajabhat University and Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi to prepare them for the world of corporate events through a comprehensive course designed to equip students with inclusive learning pathways and foundational skills event management. Students work closely with senior executives and managers from multiple departments such as Operations, Sales Department, Food and Beverage Department, Lakeside Restaurants, Exhibition Project, and Facilities Department. human resources to acquire the knowledge and practical experience as well as direct access to the immediate. response when questions arise. Students are also expected to team up and organize an exhibition under the theme MICE & Sustainability to complement this 2-month summer course.
She continued, “The MICE industry is a powerful business sector that generates billions in revenue, contributes to economic growth and creates millions of jobs; therefore, as a proactive MICE operator, we will do our best to advance trade events in Thailand, promote the exhibition industry in the global MICE market, and help the industry overcome the challenges of the shortage of experienced staff.
Mr Tbetween Paoin, HR Employer Brand Supervisor, added “The Human Resources department will soon be accepting new applications. We strongly encourage students to attend this comprehensive summer course to gain hands-on experience alongside seasoned industry professionals. We are currently training 40 students from different universities in the city. The study is expected to be completed by June 2022.”