27 JUL - Joint Chambers Hua Hin Business Briefing: "Developing skills for the Hospitality Sector Post-COVID 19"

  • Wednesday, July 27, 2022
  • 17:00 - 18:00
  • Laksasubha Hua Hin


  • This type of booking can be made by only one employee of AustCham Member. If you want to register more guests from same company please select "Multiple registrations from the same member company"
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  • **Includes American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM), British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT), Belgian-Luxembourg/Thai Chamber of Commerce, CanCham Thailand Franco-Thai Chamber of Commerce (FTCC), German-Thai Chamber of Commerce (GTCC) and the Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce (NTCC).

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AustCham Thailand, in collaboration with Australian Alumni, American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM), British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT), Belgian-Luxembourg/Thai Chamber of Commerce, CanCham Thailand, Franco-Thai Chamber of Commerce (FTCC), German-Thai Chamber of Commerce (GTCC), Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce (NTCC), and Thai-Swedish Chamber of Commerce, is pleased to invite members and guests to join the following business briefing.

Recovery post-COVID 19 for the Hospitality and Tourism sector is gradually stepping up. But the challenges ahead are significant with persistent issues in training and skills development exacerbated by the pandemic. The skills development agenda and effective nurturing and retention strategies for talent have now been amplified by shortages in people as well as the necessary skills and standards underpinning them. How the Hospitality Sector in Hua Hin recovers and can work together on this collective issue is critical to both immediate and future growth and recovery in a sustainable manner.

This briefing will explore a framework using Australian vocational qualifications and how this can drive alliances in hospitality sector to create specific training programs.


·         Dary Milani, CEO, Hunter Education Group, Newcastle, Australia

·         Naowarat Arunkong, Cluster General Manager at Minor Hotels

·         M. L. Laksasubha Kridakon; President, Australian-Thai Chamber of Commerce and Owner, Laksasubha Resort, Hua Hin

·         Moderator:  Stephen Healy; Co-Founder and Managing Director, Nurture Higher Education Group


When: Wednesday 27th July 2022  || 17:00 - 18:00 hrs.
Where: Laksasubha Hua Hin   


·         Free of charge for AustCham members and partner Chamber members


Please register in advance, as walk-ins are not allowed for this event
Limited spaces (5 people per company), please book early to avoid disappointment

COVID-19 Requirements: Attendees must be able to show proof of at least double vaccinated and a Negative test result (ATK/RT-PCR) conducted within 24 hours of arriving at the event.

Please see here for more details: AustCham’s COVID-19 Guidelines for events

AustCham's event policy:

  • Due to COVID-19 restrictions and limited event space, registrations in advance are required and we will not accept walk-ins at this event.
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Payment and Cancellation policy:

  • Advance payment is required to confirm your registration and if payment not made 24 hours before event, your place will be passed on to the waiting list.
  • Free cancellation within 24 hours before the event and payments are refundable or transferred to next event’s credit.
  • Cancellations received less than 24 hours (1 days) and no-shows are NOT able to receive neither a refund nor credit. For those who haven’t paid will be charged with invoice unconditionally.

AustCham would like to thank our sponsors;

Laksasubha Hua Hin

Baan Laksasubha is a boutique beachfront resort in the centre of Hua Hin offering 61 rooms housed in 16 two-storey villas and 5 villa and room types. Built amidst the lush landscape over 7 rai, the resort is also an ancestral holiday home that goes back to the days of the owners grandfather, Prince Nares, (a son of King Rama IV) the founder and gave the name Hua Hin, meaning head and rock. Centrally located in Hua Hin with a beachfront pool and dinning area, Baan Laksasubha offers guests their own private experience into the Thai royal heritage.

The owner, M.L. Laksasubha Kridakon, designed the concept of the resort based on years of experience living in South America, Europe and Australia. Integrating the 16 villas into her residence compound, M.L. Laksasubha has created a home away from home ambience personalised with decor in hues of white and blue, yet in-keeping with traditional Thai features.

Ideal for families, couples, small conferences, weddings and unique events seeking a private beachside venue, the accommodation and facilities cater to every need. Onsite facilities include the Oceanfront Restaurant and Front Cafe where everyone has a view of the beach or you can enjoy our food and beverages by our oceanfront pool or on the sand, relaxation at the Zaanti spa, indoor and outdoor play areas for children, pool and poolside refreshment outlets and a small air conditioned meeting venue to complement the friendly staff who ensure your stay is enjoyable and memorable.


Nurture HE Group Ltd.

Formed in January 2017, the Nurture Higher Education Group focuses on the crucial intersection of learners, educators and employers.   

We believe that advising and creating new approaches which connect an understanding of the needs of a new generation of learners with employment and enterprise outcomes will ensure the success and sustainable contribution of higher education institutions worldwide.

We provide a unique blend of public and private sector higher education internationalisation experience with world class Business School leaders and practitioners.  Our consulting practice support clients who range from Universities to Governments in the UK, Australia, and Asia. 

We are the creators of Goal Business Education, an initiative to create a global network of universities operating a common business education curriculum for undergraduate and postgraduate awards for students from around the world.  The launch partners for Goal Business Education are the University of Newcastle Australia (UON) and the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC).  Over the next five years Goal Business Education will operate in a further 20 countries in addition to the launch partnership in Thailand with UTCC which began enrolling students from August 2019 under the innovative Two Degree Program initiative.