Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs funded the English Language for Business Communications Course for 26 Lao Government Officials at the Lao-Singapore Training Centre in Vientiane from 12 to 23 Mar 2018. The training was conducted by Mr Goh Kim Chuan from Premiere Training Services, Singapore.
(KPL) The Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs funded a two-week training course on English Language for Business Communications for 26 Lao government officials from 12 to 23 March 2018.
The course, held at the Lao-Singapore Training Centre, was conducted by Mr Goh Kim Chuan from Premiere Training Services, Singapore.
Through a mix of lectures, interactive activities, case studies, and experiential simulation exercises, the course aimed to enhance participants’ communication skills in the commercial and official settings, develop their skills in public speaking, presentation and research and improve their spoken and written communication skills through common workplace themes.
The course was conducted pursuant to the Initiative for ASEAN Integration (IAI).
Under the IAI, Singapore conducts 20 to 30 courses a year at the Lao-Singapore training Centre, focusing on areas of public governance, finance, urban management, hospitality and tourism, civil aviation, as well as IT skills and the English Language.
About 600 Lao officials are trained each year and more than 12,500 Lao government officials have benefited from the Ministry’s various training programmes under the Singapore Cooperation Programme since 1993.
Source: Lao News Agency