Jobscentral Learning T.E.D. Awards 2019 Spotlight
The private institution for culinary arts and food and beverages won three awards in the Private Education Institution category (Food & Beverages, Culinary Arts, and Management) as well as two in the Corporate Training Provider category (Food & Beverages and Culinary Arts)
It is the fourth time in a row that At-Sunrice Global Chef Academy has won awards at the Culinary Arts category at the T.E.D. Awards. Mr Ives Tay, At-Sunrice Global Chef Academy Deputy Director of Academics, is thankful for the honour.
He said: "May we say how grateful we are to Jobs Central and the TED Awards team for acknowledging the Private Education sector in Singapore, which contributes so much to fighting the Talent War in Singapore, the region and contribute significantly to Singapore's Balance of Trade."
Mr Tay added that winning at the T.E.D. Awards 2019 has extra importance for At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy, as it is conferred by Knowledge and Process partners, SHRM.
"For the industry to acknowledge our students, alumni, staff and curriculum, the hard work and superb craft of our Chef and other Faculty, as well as our support staff, is very gratifying and reinforces the importance of the work of our people and the excellence of the students we have the honour and privilege to serve every day."
At-Sunrice Global Chef Academy has been cultivating chefs and F&B professionals since it was established in 2001. With an internationally experienced faculty and staff, state of the art facilities and strong industry partnerships, the Academy delivers skills and knowledge in a variety of cuisines.
"The award will reinforce the uniqueness of our organization and help us to continue taking home-made Singaporean Culinary Excellence and Education to the region and the World. It is vindication for the brave leaps our team have made in doing things differently, encouraging our Chefs and students to research latest ideas and develop industry-shaping innovations through Food Entrepreneurship and sustainability projects such as Note-by-Note cooking."
"Essentially, we are future-proofing the students with a skills-based education which allows them to remain competitive today and in the future."