THAI Culinary Certification at BIHR Campus

Posted September 16, 2018

 Dadabai Holding welcomed the Royal Thai Embassy to its Bahrain Institute of Hospitality and Retail campus for the first Thai Food Culinary Certification in Bahrain 

Mr. Hatim Dadabai, Managing Director of BIHR welcomed H.E. Thanis Na Songkhla, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to Bahrain and Mr. Wittawat Khuprasert Minister Counsellor, Office of Labour Affairs, Riyadh and the team from Department of Skill Development Thailand. BIHR also welcomed guests from the Thai Club Bahrain, respective wives of the Ambassadors of Malaysia, Indonesia and the Charge d’Affaires of Embassy of Brunei and the 31 Thai nationals who enrolled for this certification.

31 Thai participants have undergone an intensive course consisting of lecture, cooking demonstration, written exam and cooking test. 

Participant who passed the test have earned a certificate of Thai National Labour Standard in the field of Thai food cooking, Level 1, which is widely recognized nationally and internationally. This will build confidence to their prospective employers and allow them to progress in their career in hospitality and restaurant business.

The Royal Thai Embassy utilized the two state of the art Training Kitchens to conduct the cooking exam as well as theFood & Beverages outlets as well as the simulated learning laboratories such as Coffee Shop, Fine Dining Restaurant, Casual Dining and Fast Food outlets.

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