Aspiring flight attendants get inspired

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ASPIRING flight attendants from all around the province had the opportunity to learn from three industry practitioners.

AVIÓN: Creating Wings for your Dreams event was held at L'Fisher Hotel in Bacolod City, May 20.

The event is part of the requirements in the "Introduction to Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Events Management" class of third-year Tourism and Hospitality Management students at the University of St. La Salle.

The activity was led by Ryle Kayden Sarmiento with the guidance of class adviser Mary Grace Gonzales.

Avion aims to inspire and equip aspiring flight attendants with the knowledge and skills they need to pursue a fulfilling career in the aviation industry.

Its mission is to provide a platform for individuals to gain a deeper understanding of the profession and its requirements, while its vision is to become the premier conference for aspiring flight attendants by providing top-notch education and demonstrations to develop the skills and knowledge required for success in the industry.

The speakers were Riah De Ocampo, Debbie Oca, and Jen Barangan. They discussed various topics related to being a flight attendant, including the interview process, dos and don'ts, professional development, safety and security, and customer service.

The event was attended by honorable Councilor Jason Villarosa, Bacolod City chair on Tourism, with Bacolod Chief Tourism Operations Officer Tere Manalili, and Negros Occidental Tourism Division officers Cheryl Decena and Nelrose Cornelio.

The organizing tourism and hospitality class aims to recognize the M.I.C.E. (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Events) industry of Bacolod City and empower aspiring flight attendants from all around the province as they take flight and soar towards their dreams. (PR)


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