Eastin hosts workshops for fourth year

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 08 Apr 2004

PETALING JAYA: For the fourth year running, Eastin Hotel has teamed up with The Star for The Star Learning Skills 2004. 

The official hotel for the workshops, Eastin Hotel has contributed RM42,000 to The Star to help subsidise the workshops, in line with their commitment to contribute to education, training and development.  

“We believe that constant learning is the key to excellence. Our philosophy is to develop and improve the betterment of individuals and society through lifelong learning,” said the hotel's sales and marketing director Jane Suppiah at the presentation of a mock cheque for the RM42,000 recently.  

“In view of this, we have teamed up with The Star to present a series of workshops which have benefited the public. The response to the workshops have been very encouraging,” she added. 

The workshop is to widen the scope of learning – from sewing to advanced digital imaging skills – to fulfil the growing demand and people's need to learn new skills.  

SPONSORSHIP: Suppiah (right) presenting a mock cheque to The Star Publications (M) Bhd marketing services department senior manager Iris Tan in Petaling Jaya on Wednesday.

A Personal Taxation Simplified workshop was held at the hotel on March 18, attracting 163 participants. 

Upcoming workshops include Presentation Skills: Speaking More Effectively on May 22, Sewing for Beginners on July 14 and 15, A Beginner's Guide to Personal Finance on July 28, Creative Multimedia Presentation on Sept 19, Creative Digital Imaging: Beyond the Basics on Oct 16 and How to De-stress on Oct 17. Workshops on Cake Decorations for Beginners and Flower Power: Flower Arrangement for Beginners are scheduled in August.  

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