Archipelago Holds Training Workshop for GMs

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Archipelago International recently held a training workshop for its General Managers and Hotel Managers, so that each professional gains the globally recognized CHA certification, awarded by the American Hotel and Lodging Education Institute (AHLEI).

Globally recognized, the CHA is a highly respected professional credential that validates a GMs advanced knowledge in the hospitality industry.

The workshop organized by Archipelago International was held from the 13 to 17 January 2014 at Aston Kuta Hotel & Residence Bali, and was attended by the General Managers and/or Hotel Managers of all of Archipelago International's properties in Bali (a total of 14 GMs).

The awarded certificates will be valid for five years and are available for re-certification once the validity expires, based on the qualification and accomplishments of the individual GMs.

As the leading hotel management company in Indonesia, we plan to have all of our GMs CHA certified by AHLEI. We now have 76 hotels under 11 brands, so to have all of our GMs at this high level of competence with this globally recognized professional status would be a great achievement. We not only aim to be the leading hotel management company in Indonesia, but the leading hotel management company with the most CHA certified GMs and Hotel Managers, said John Flood, President & CEO of Archipelago International.

Archipelago International will continue to hold these workshops for all of their GMs within the group, with the next program set to be held in Jakarta.

Archipelago, GM, General Manager

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