Execs of Australia's Sheffield Education Group visit Mariners Naga

Naga City - Representatives from Sheffield Education Group of Australia visited Mariners' Polytechnic Colleges, this city on December 9, 2015. They presented opportunities their institution offers to Hospitality, Business and Tourism students who are in search of greener pastures for their careers.

Officers from Sheffield Education Group of Australia visit Mariners-Naga as guests in a symposium attended by the school's Hospitality and Tourism students, faculty, staff and administration held at Jaime's Hall of Mariners Training and Hotel Institute (MTHI). Seated at the head table (left to right) Sheffield CEO Daljit Monga, Ms. Bianca Schuebl, MPC-Naga President and CEO Dr. Marilissa J. Ampuan and EVP Dr. Gabriel L. Jimenez (on the podium delivering the welcome remarks).

With three MPC-Naga students having completed their On-The-Job-Training (OJT) at Sheffield Academy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia earlier this year, the presence of the guests boosts the morale of those taking-up related courses. Eye-openers were presented on what awaits them should they avail of the programs offered by the Sheffield Group.

An encouraging feedback was conveyed by Mr. Daljit Monga on the MPC students who had their OJT in Malaysia. "They spoke good English, are hard working and stayed focused on their work" he said.

On the other hand, Mr. Monga was amazed to see the facilities and laboratories at the disposal of the students. especially those found at the state-of-the-art Mariners Training and Hotel Institute.

The school officials and guests as they pose for a souvenir photo after the symposium on 'Opportunities for Hospitality and Tourism students in Australia and Malaysia'.

"With this visit, MPC-Naga is assured of another linkage which enhances opportunities for our students which they can avail. Our Instituion will continue to seek new horizons for our graduates to afford them options which will best suit the continuity of the courses they taken at Mariners", declared President and CEO Marilissa J. Ampuan.