Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Partners with City & Guilds and GO1 to Develop Food and Beverage Specialists in Business Events Industry

Press Room > 2019

Left:  Muhammad Vickneswaran, Director of Human Resources, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Victoria Horrox, Head of Sales East Asia, City & Guilds Group, Alan Pryor, General Manager of the Centre and Aizat Hashim, Head Account Manager, GO1. 

Recently the Centre signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with City & Guilds of United Kingdom and GO1 to begin training sessions at the venue.

Through City & Guilds, the Centre’s internal training modules will be given a global recognition.  It will be introduced in two phases:  In the first phase, the module will cover culinary, beverage, food safety, people management and banqueting skills; and the second phase of training will be more venue-centric focused on modules such as event coordination, audio visual and information technology competencies, meeting design and set-up.

“The investment on our Employee Enrichment Programme is designed to develop the subject matter expertise of our team members and to advance their professional development. This contributes to our vision to set ourselves apart as an employer of choice and is part of our succession plannings,” said the Centre’s director of global business development and marketing, Angeline van den Broecke.

City & Guilds is United Kingdom’s leading awarding organisation for work-based qualifications offering more than 500 qualifications through 8,500 colleges and training providers in 81 countries worldwide.

In collaboration with GO1, the Centre has created its very own learning management system (LMS) that provides employees with opportunities and flexibility to grow and enhance their skills through an on-the-go learning platform of EduClick.

GO1 is an established leader in online learning and education offering the simplest way for businesses to find, book and deliver their corporate training.

Alan Pryor, the Centre’s general manager congratulated the human resources team of the new partnerships which he mentioned, was built on the success of the Centre’s previous training initiatives.