KOTA KINABALU: Various booths were opened with many exciting activities held by the students from ATI College for the coming visitors of the 2015 ATI College Career Day yesterday.
According to its Marketing Relations Manager, Jerelyn Lai, the Career Day which started at 12.00pm until 5.00pm was to give opportunity for the public to know more about ATI College.
“Studying here does not mean only on the basis of focusing on the lecturer’s teaching, but also in encouraging the students to do practical training for what they have learned,” she said when met by reporters.
She said, ATI College believes that practical skills are an important factor in maximizing student’s potential in Tourism and Hospitality industry.
Most of ATI graduates do not face employment issue, and there are also students from ATI College that are working oversea in the profession that they have studied, Jerelyn added.
For the Career Day, various activities were held by the students, including cooking and pastry exhibition, fruit-decor class, foods and beverages show, Unduk Ngadau close-up, video shows, and speech from the Tourism, Hospitality, Culinary, and Business Academic Department.
She also said ATI College will open its registration for new students intake for its new session in April and May 2015, with National Higher Education Fund (PTPTN) loan also provided. – SayangSabah