KOTA KINABALU – A Career day 2015 was held by Asian Tourism International (ATI) College, today.
The programme was attended by many parents and school leavers from Kota Kinabalu and other districts.
Senior Marketing Manager of ATI College, Mabel Cheong shared that parents and students who
came to the event were given the opportunity to do hands-on for activities like piping and carving.
“We also organise fruit carving class. It’s for people who interested to learn the basic technique in carving,” she added.
She said the event also offered the public knowledge on the college programme for school leavers.
“Learning in ATI College does not limit oneself by sitting in a lecture room reading and listening to lectures. Instead, they are given the opportunity to do hands-on practical training while studying. ATI College believes that skill plays an important role in maximizing individuals’ potential in their preferred professions, especially, in tourism and hospitality industry,” she added.
She emphasised that ATI College is a local homegrown college which offers culinary, hospitality and tourism courses to the people of Sabah.
“Today, ATI College has produced more than 10,000 graduates who are well equipped with knowledge and skills that are sought highly from the relevant industry around the world,” she said.-By Saila Saidie/Sayangsabah.