Dusit Thani College, a leading private higher educational institute specialized in hospitality businesses which is led by Dr. Praweena Kasai (the 5th from the left) – Vice Rector for Student Affairs, together with the College’s management team gave a warm welcome to the director and teachers from St.Joseph Rayong School, a well-known leading girls’ school in Thailand which is led by the Assistant Director Sr. Dernise Winida Daodee (the 5th from the right), on the occasion of signing an “academic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)” between both institutes.
The objective of signing this MOU is to create collaborations in managing classes for high school students at St.Joseph Rayong School, which promotes and supports the school to develop curricula in line with DTC’s Culinary Arts and Kitchen Management, Hotel Management, and Tourism Service Innovation program.
This is also to encourage studying activities and school expeditions in order to create more opportunities for students operationally and academically, with the benefits to DTC’s lecturers in sharing knowledge from each program and to the school’s teachers in participating in extended knowledge training.
On this occasion, the assistant director and teachers from St.Joseph Rayong School paid a visit to the college and explored the learning atmosphere, advancement, and readiness of the college’s appliances, equipment, practical rooms, and facilities. They also participated in a fruit and vegetable carving workshop by Ajarn Pawana Chanmala, instructor of Culinary Art and Kitchen Management Program, to strengthen relationship between two institutes and create body of knowledge for future implementation.