Webinar: Upskilling Hotel and MICE Teams in the ‘New Normal’

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Thriving in the post-COVID-19 world calls for upskilling and reskilling of the workforce to rebound and be resilient to changes and uncertainties. As businesses continue to operate in this new normal, there is an urgent need to proactively engage their workforce with new skills and competence using technology.

As HR leaders, how do you re-invent learning and development to build capabilities in a cost-effective manner, during these uncertain times? How do you leverage on government funding to equip your employees with critical skillsets for them to be agile and versatile to adapt well to these changes?  In this webinar, learn from our partners on how to effectively capitalise on government funding to re-skill and up-skill your workforce to increase productivity, efficiency and revenue. Get tips on how to successfully motivate your learners to complete their training on the go using microlearning courses while benefitting from Absentee Payroll pay-outs.   

Meet the Speakers

Alicia has extensive experience working in the travel industry for over 25 years. She is responsible for all aspects of media relationship management, strategic joint venture campaigns with tourism boards, communications and corporate development for Dynasty Travel.

Alicia holds a Bachelor of Business In Tourism/Hotel and Catering Management. She speaks regularly on tourism and travel issues at local and international events and conferences.

Tan Hsien Wei is the Assistant Director for Business Development & Marketing at the Temasek SkillsFuture Academy (TSA), which is the Continuing Education Training (CET) division of Temasek Polytechnic.

Hsien Wei’s education and early career was in the hospitality and food & beverage industry. He then lectured and taught in these fields at Temasek Polytechnic’s School of Business. He was among the pioneering team that developed the Temasek Culinary Academy and was concurrently the Course Manager of the diploma programme and the Assistant Director of the training facility.

He then moved on to the area of Partnership Development at the School of Business, helping to forge even closer collaborations between the polytechnic and industry. In his current role at the Temasek SkillsFuture Academy, Hsien Wei hopes to leverage on the Polytechnic’s wealth of expertise and education know-how to provide adult learners with up-to-date, relevant and meaningful lifelong learning opportunities.

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