Diageo Vietnam’s training program contributes to hospitality industry development

Diageo Vietnam (DVL) recently launched the “Learning for Life” training program for laborers. The program was held for the first time in Vietnam in Thang Binh District, Quang Nam Province, attracting 85 laborers in the area to register.

Attending the event were leaders of the People’s Committee of Thang Binh District, the Division of Labor – Invalids and Social Affairs of the district, and representatives of related agencies and organizations.

“Learning for Life” is an initiative by Diageo to launch on the global scale. The program is aimed to help equip business and hospitality skills for those who are seeking employment in the hospitality industry, and disadvantaged people that may have faced barriers to employment in their lives. “Learning for Life” sets a target to train at least 50 percent female trainees in each season. The program provides equal access to business and hospitality skills and resources to increase the employability, improve livelihoods of the trainees, and contribute to a thriving hospitality sector.

Diageo Vietnam (DVL) recently launched the “Learning for Life” training program for laborers. The program was held for the first time in Vietnam in Thang Binh District, Quang Nam Province, attracting 85 laborers in the area to register.

Attending the event were leaders of the People’s Committee of Thang Binh District, the Division of Labor – Invalids and Social Affairs of the district, and representatives of related agencies and organizations.

Diageo Vietnam's training program contributes to hospitality industry development
The trainees receive certificates after completing the “Learning for Life” program by Diageo Vietnam

“Learning for Life” is an initiative by Diageo to launch on the global scale. The program is aimed to help equip business and hospitality skills for those who are seeking employment in the hospitality industry, and disadvantaged people that may have faced barriers to employment in their lives. “Learning for Life” sets a target to train at least 50 percent female trainees in each season. The program provides equal access to business and hospitality skills and resources to increase the employability, improve livelihoods of the trainees, and contribute to a thriving hospitality sector.

“Learning for Life” is a project in the Spirit of Progress 2030 of Diageo Global. Diageo wants to create a positive impact in the company, with the communities and for society with targets in activities such as promoting positive drinking, champion inclusion and diversity, and pioneer grain to glass sustainability. Through the program, Diageo Vietnam continues to affirm its vision of a humanistic business who is truly dedicated to build a better future for all.

Published by Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam (AHA Vietnam)

The Official Platform for Australian Hospitality & Tourism Alumni and Professionals in Vietnam.

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