Seminar Program "International Corporate Management"
Course type: Full-time international training seminar.
Duration: 20 hours.
Format: corporate education.
Group: from 10 persons.
The tutors of the Academy seminars are professional, certified and certified professionals who have extensive experience and are ready to share their knowledge and practical experience with you. The value of seminars is that all the information obtained in the process is based on the practical experience of leading international companies and corporations for many years.
Audience: Top managers, lawyers, economists and specialists engaged in tax planning issues, Heads and owners of enterprises interested in developing international business, Legal, consulting and audit companies, beginning entrepreneurs who decided to use this type of activity for business as a StartUp project.
The Academy has prepared for students a unique cultural program that will tell the history of Southeast Asia and Singapore. We offer museums, parks of flowers, birds, attractions and water attractions, exhibition centers, aquarium, zoo, light and music fountain show and much more.
Objectives for the Basic Module: Gain fundamental knowledge of the system; Develop your bookkeeping knowledge; Establish how Sage Accounting can be implemented in your company.
Seminar 1. Duration: 4 hours.
Overview of the Sage 50 Accounting System; Set up a new company; Supplier module (creation of a supplier account, invoicing, crediting); Customer module (creation of customer account, invoicing, crediting, customer record and activity).
Excursion: The National Museum of Singapore
The National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum in Singapore. Its history dates back to 1849, when it was started as a section of a library at Singapore Institution and called the Raffles Library and Museum. After several relocations, in 1887 it moved to its permanent site at Stamford Road in the Museum Planning Area. The museum focuses on exhibits related to the history of Singapore. It is one of four national museums in the country, the other three being the two Asian Civilisations Museums at Empress Place Building and Old Tao Nan School, and the Singapore Art Museum. It was named the National Museum of Singapore in 1965; between 1993 and March 2006, it was known as the Singapore History Museum.
Excursion: Singapore Zoological Gardens
Since 1973, Singapore Zoo has been known for having among the most beautiful wildlife park settings in the world, where animals roam freely in open and naturalistic habitats. Nine-time winner of the coveted Best Leisure Attraction Experience award by the Singapore Tourism Board, our 26-hectare wildlife park is nestled within the lush Mandai rainforest that stretches into the magnificent Upper Seletar Reservoir. More than 2,800 animals representing over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles call Singapore Zoo home. Many of Singapore Zoo's animal habitats incorporate special viewing features such as elevated platforms to view our giraffe exhibit, underwater galleries to see the watery worlds of our otters, pygmy hippos and giant estuarine crocodiles, as well as glass observatories to see animals such as the predatory cheetahs and lions.
Dinner at the Restaurant ANDRE
We are delighted to announce that Restaurant ANDRE has been named #2 in the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants award ceremony that took place on February 21, 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand. This marks a climb from the 3rd place in 2016, and our fifth consecutive year on the prestigious list as well as The Best Restaurant in Singapore once more since 2013. In addition to being recognized as #2 best restaurant in Asia, our sister restaurants; Burnt Ends and RAW Taipei are both soaring onto the hottest list and the better rank of Asia's Best Restaurants Collections 2017. Burnt ends has reached at #10 and RAW Taipei is at #26 as well as the Best Restaurant in Taiwan for the very first time. In Singapore, Burnt Ends has been on the list for three consecutive years since the opening in 2009. Their unique wood fire cooking and unexpected combinations continues to surprise diners from all over the world. For Taiwan, RAW Taipei's "Bistronomy" style of cooking from France, offering refined yet affordable cuisine in a relaxed setting has made it on the list at #24, huge progress after its opening in 2014. RAW was named amongst "The Most Beautifully Designed Restaurants in the World" by HK Tatler, World 50 Best Discovery Restaurants by Diners club. RAW's endless energy, striking design, and distinctive Taiwanese flavor has made RAW Taipei one of the most talked-about places in Asia.
Seminar 2. Duration: 4 hours.
Bank module (creation of bank account, bank record and activities performed, bank payments, bank receivables); Company module (nominal ledger, journal entries, balance sheet, trial balance, profit and loss, chart of accounts); Practical exercises, Case Studies and consolidation exercises throughout the training event.
Excursion: The Asian Civilisations Museum
The Asian Civilisations Museum is devoted to preserving the cultural heritage of Asia, especially the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans. These include China, Southeast Asia, India, and the Islamic world. More recently, the museum has focused on the long historical connections between these cultures. The museum therefore explores art that blends different ideas, as a means of achieving understanding that encompasses different religions, languages, and creative forms. As one of the national museums of Singapore under the National Heritage Board, the museum also seeks to promote a better appreciation of the rich history that has created Singapore's multi-ethnic society. The museum regularly presents special exhibitions that expand on the themes of the museum, and these often showcase magnificent objects borrowed from museums and institutions around the world.
Excursion: Singapore Jurong Bird Park
Charming visitors the world over since taking flight in 1971, Jurong Bird Park is one of the most renowned bird sanctuaries with some of the largest free-flying aviaries in the world. In habitats that mirror their naturalistic environments, Jurong Bird Park is home to the colours of the world, as Asia's largest bird park with a collection of more than 5,000 birds across 400 species. Our park and its line-up of award-winning exhibits, located at the west-end of Singapore, offers 20.2 hectares of exploratory landscape and gives visitors the opportunity to meet and interact with our feathered residents. Hike into the wondrous and largest walk-in aviary, the Waterfall Aviary that houses over 600 birds as well as a 30-metre high waterfall. As these small birds flutter freely around the surroundings of over 100 plant species, enjoy close encounters with these birds during daily feeding sessions and for your chance to see the elusive crested guinea fowl and the iridescent starling, turaco and roller. Go down under to yet another world's largest, the 9-storey high Lory Loft, the biggest lory flight aviary. Here, you'll meet our Australian natives, the friendliest birds at the Park. Experience an up-close feeding frenzy as you walk across the suspended bridges with a cup of nectar mix in your hand. You'll soon find bright and chirpy lory and lorikeets flocking around you, with some even nestling up to you on your shoulders! Head over to Jungle Jewels, the rich South American tropical rainforest and be greeted by the striking toucan. Eye the treetops and look out for the brightly coloured tanager and red-crested cardinal.
Dinner at the Restaurant Burnt Ends
Burnt Ends is a modern Australian barbeque that offers casual dining with countertop seating. Each seat allows guests to look directly into the open kitchen, where a custom built four tonne, dual cavity ovens and three elevation grills are installed to provide the best smoke-touched dishes Singapore has to offer. If you are looking for a unique barbeque experience, we would love to see you down here. The Menu is written daily to ensure that the best and tastiest is served. Smoking, slow roasting, hot roasting, baking, grilling and cooking directly on coals are all techniques used to maximize Dave's 4 tonne, dual cavity, apple and almond wood burning machines and custom built grills. Chef Dave Pynt believes in great ingredients, fresh produce and honest cooking to get the best out of his wood ovens and grills. With an innovative menu that is handwritten every day, Chef Dave Pynt ensures the best ingredients and cohesive dishes reach the table every time.
Objectives for the Intermediate Module: Develop your understanding of the use of the "Manage VAT" module; Full understanding of the year-end process; Determine how the "Lock Date" process can assist your financial reporting function; Develop your knowledge on the use of Products and Projects through Sage 50 Accounts.
Seminar 3. Duration: 4 hours.
"Manage VAT" module; "Year-end" process; "Lock Date" process; Products and Projects;
Excursion: Fort Canning Park
Fort Canning Park, an iconic hilltop landmark has witnessed many of Singapore's historical milestones. The hill once sited the palaces of 14th century Kings and served as the Headquarters of the Far East Command Centre and British Army Barracks. The decision to surrender Singapore to the Japanese on 15 February 1942 was also made on the hill, in the Underground Far East Command Centre, commonly known as Battle Box. Today, Fort Canning Park is a venue for celebrations. Its expansive, sprawling lawns play host to concerts, theatre productions and festivals such as Shakespeare in the Park, Ballet Under the Stars, Shakespeare in the Park and Films at the Fort, while weddings, parties and gatherings are a regular sight in the park's venue spaces. Its ancient artefacts are a must-see for history buffs, and its lush greenery and expansive lawns offer a variety of arts, heritage and nature experiences. Whether you are drawn by the park's ancient artefacts and rich heritage or simply its tranquility, this hilltop park offers something for the whole family.
Excursion: Trick Eye Museum
Get ready to let your imagination run wild in the museum! Trick Eye Museum Singapore, the internationally renowned optical art museum from Korea, introduces Augmented Reality (AR) features to its exhibits. The AR features will bring its art installations and paintings to life. Forget about ordinary 3D exhibits in the museum! With Trick Eye Museum's very own Augmented Reality Technology (ART) implemented onto the installations, you can be immersed with the thrilling sound, lights and other effects that create realistic illusions.
Excursion: Singapore Marine Life Park
The Marine Life Park is a part of Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa, situated in southern Singapore. The 8-hectare (20-acre) park houses two attractions, the S.E.A. Aquarium and the Adventure Cove Waterpark, and features the largest oceanarium in the world. The S.E.A. Aquarium (South East Asia Aquarium) was the world's largest aquarium by total water volume until overtaken by Chimelong Ocean Kingdom in Hengqin, China. It contains a total of 45,000,000 litres (9,900,000 imp gal; 12,000,000 US gal) of water for more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species. The aquarium comprises 10 zones with 49 habitats. The centerpiece of the Aquarium is the Open Ocean tank with more than 18,000,000 l (4,000,000 imp gal; 4,800,000 US gal) and 50,000 animals. Until 2014 when eclipsed by China's Chimelong Ocean Kingdom, it had the world's largest viewing panel, 36-metre (118 ft) wide and 8.3-metre (27 ft) tall, which is intended to give visitors the feeling of being on the ocean floor. The S.E.A. Aquarium houses the world's largest collection of manta rays, including the only giant oceanic manta ray in captivity. It also showcases 24 Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins, scalloped hammerhead sharks, the Japanese spider crab, and relatively uncommonly-exhibited species such as the guitarfish and the chambered nautilus. Dive into Marine Life Park, the world's largest oceanarium and be inspired by the myriad marine wonders of our blue planet. Featuring world-class attractions, Marine Life Park takes you and your family on an unforgettable journey. Explore the awe-inspiring universe of life in the ocean at S.E.A. Aquarium™, the world's largest aquarium. Featuring more than 100,000 marine animals from over 800 species across 49 habitats, the aquarium is home to majestic manta rays, enormous goliath groupers, hammerhead sharks and other gentle giants of the sea.
Dinner at the Restaurant JAAN
Derived from the ancient Sanskrit word for 'bowl', JAAN is an internationally recognised modern French restaurant in Singapore that has established itself as a gastronomic platform with a reputation for handpicking and grooming exceptional culinary talents. The intimate 40 seat restaurant has a sophisticated interior that features an elegant private dining room for exclusive events as well as a stunning Murano crystal and silver free-form chandelier that spans the entire length of the ceiling. The beauty of the chandelier is only outdone by two things: the breathtaking view of Singapore's scenic landscape as well as the truly exquisite culinary and service experience that have become the hallmark of this multi-award winning restaurant. The Modern French menu is built around a passion to showcase the freshest ingredients through simple but beautiful dishes that reflect both culinary tradition and creativity. The result is an imaginative, innovative cuisine that celebrates and respects seasonality, terroir, and the skills of the world's best gourmet producers. Kirk Westaway, Chef de Cuisine, born in a small seaside town in Devon on the Southwest coast of England, famous for its impeccable produce and incredible variety of products, Chef de Cuisine Kirk Westaway has developed an early and deep regard for how premium produce can be such an essential part in transforming a dining experience. With a passion for quality produce, his culinary style focuses on creating profiles and techniques that enhance the natural flavours of each unique ingredient. Using the harmonious interplay of quality ingredients, each ingredient is kept true to nature's perfection within every dish. To upkeep JAAN's philosophy, Chef Kirk continues to pay tribute to nature's finest produce, seasonality, and the skills of the world's best gourmet producers.
Seminar 4. Duration: 4 hours.
Practical exercises, Case Studies and consolidation exercises throughout the training event.
Excursion: Peranakan Museum
Celebrating the Peranakan (Straits-Chinese) culture in Singapore, this sister museum to the Asian Civilisations Museum features interactive exhibits and interesting artefacts that span across ten permanent galleries. Find out who Singapore's most prominent Peranakans were, learn about Peranakan cuisine (a must-try during your stay in Singapore), gain insights into how the grand 12-day Peranakan wedding works, and plenty more.
Excursion: Madame Tussauds Singapore
Madame Tussauds Singapore is a wax museum and tourist attraction at the Imbiah Lookout of Sentosa Island in Singapore. It officially opened on 25 October 2014 as the seventh Asian branch of the Madame Tussauds chain of wax museums worldwide. American pop singer Katy Perry, who had her own wax figure in the museum, participated in the opening festivities. The wax museum features many wax figures of notable political icons, famous superstars, sports icons and others, including Yusof Ishak, Soekarno, Lee Kuan Yew, David Beckham, Sharukh Khan, Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp and many more. Standing at the entrance is a statue wax figure of Lady Gaga. It recently added a figure of the Singapore Girl, Nur Surya Binte Mohamed Ambiah's second figure, an iconic fight attendant for Singapore Airlines. Recently, the wax figure of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also added.
Dinner at the Restaurant Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck
Well-known for roasting the peking duck to perfection, Imperial Treasure serves only the finest and most authentic iteration of this prized dish. With a solemn dedication to preserving the centuries-old methods of the Emperor's imperial kitchen, each whole duck is roasted to crisp perfection by our chefs from Beijing and sliced on the platter before your eyes. Fillet of Soon Hock cooked to perfection presented upon layers of Tianjin cabbage. The freshness of the fish is lifted by a rich Chicken broth, slow-cooked for 6 hours to release the full aroma and flavours, which balances the sweetness of the white cabbage. Using the most traditional and authentic way of imperial era to prepare the peking duck, the Beijing chefs carefully roasts every duck to perfection. Finely shredded shark's fin and crab meat, delicately wok-fried with egg and crunchy beansprouts and served in lettuce leaf clam. To be pre-ordered at least 3 days in advance, the chef will carve the duck skill-fully in front of your table, into thinly crispy pieces with little meat and fats, lightly scented by the lychee wood used in the oven. From the way the duck is prepared, you know that these chefs mean their business.
Objectives for the Advanced Module: Acquire fundamental understanding on how to produce consolidated accounts through Sage 50 Accounts; Full understanding of how to record transactions and manage balances denominated in foreign exchange currencies.
Develop your knowledge on how to design reports through Sage 50 Accounts.
Seminar 5. Duration: 4 hours.
Consolidation; Use of foreign exchange currencies; Reports Designing.
Excursion: Singapore Botanic Gardens
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 158-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of Singapore's main shopping belt. It is one of three gardens, and the only tropical garden, to be honored as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Botanic Gardens has been ranked Asia's top park attraction since 2013, by TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards. It was declared the inaugural Garden of the Year, International Garden Tourism Awards in 2012, and received Michelin's three-star rating in 2008. The Botanic Gardens was founded at its present site in 1859 by an agri-horticultural society. It played a pivotal role in the region's rubber trade boom in the early twentieth century, when its first scientific director Henry Nicholas Ridley, headed research into the plant's cultivation. By perfecting the technique of rubber extraction, still in use today, and promoting its economic value to planters in the region, rubber output expanded rapidly. At its height in the 1920s, the Malayan peninsula cornered half of the global latex production. The National Orchid Garden, within the main gardens, is at the forefront of orchid studies and a pioneer in the cultivation of hybrids, complementing the nation's status as a major exporter of cut orchids. Aided by the equatorial climate, it houses the largest orchid collection of 1,200 species and 2,000 hybrids. Early in the nation's independence, Singapore Botanic Gardens' expertise helped to transform the island into a tropical Garden City, an image and moniker for which the nation is widely known. In 1981, the hybrid climbing orchid, Vanda Miss Joaquim, was chosen as the nation's national flower. Singapore's "orchid diplomacy" honors visiting head of states, dignitaries and celebrities, by naming its finest hybrids after them; these are displayed at its popular VIP Orchid Gardens.
Excursion: National Orchid Garden
Since 1859, orchids have been closely associated with the Gardens. The products of the Gardens' orchid breeding programme, which began in 1928, deserve a place where they can be displayed in their full splendour. The very design of these orchids is, one could say, 'hand-crafted' by the Gardens' horticultural staff, dedicated to bringing out the finest in any hybrid cross. With over 1000 species and 2000 hybrids on display, the splendour of these gorgeous blooms is absolutely a sight to behold at the National Orchid Garden.
Dinner at the Restaurant Waku Ghin
Course by course, bite by bite, immerse yourself in an unparalleled experience with a 10-course dégustation menu as culinary magic materialises before your eyes. The name 'Waku Ghin' is derived from two Japanese words: 'Waku' meaning to 'arise' (like water pouring forth from a hot spring) and 'Ghin' meaning 'silver', Chef Tetsuya's signature colour found throughout the 8,000 square foot space, featuring an intimate bar, three private cocoon rooms and a main dining room. Each private room is helmed by a chef, bringing forward the season's best produce to the Chef's Table, which includes signatures such as the Marinated Botan Shrimp with Sea Urchin and Caviar and Wagyu with Wasabi and Citrus Soy. Then be escorted to the main dining room for desserts and coffee while soaking in sensational skyline views. Chef Tetsuya is the first person appointed Sake Ambassador outside of Japan, making his selection the best in the world. He also recently won the prestigious Diners Club® Lifetime Achievement Award - Asia 2015. To experience premium sakes and the art and refinement of Japanese cocktail making in an elegant lounge setting, visit The Bar at Waku Ghin. The Samurai Mule is an artful reinvention on the classic Moscow Mule, fusing the delicate flavours of Japanese sake with invigorating ginger.
Seminar 6. Duration: 4 hours.
Practical exercises, Case Studies and consolidation exercises throughout the training event.
Excursion: Artscience Museum
ArtScience Museum is a museum located within the integrated resort of Marina Bay Sands in the Downtown Core of the Central Area in Singapore. Opened on 17 February 2011 by Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, it is the world's first ArtScience museum. Although it has a permanent exhibition, ArtScience Gallery, the ArtScience Museum mainly hosts touring exhibitions curated by other museums. As the name suggests, ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands beautifully fuses art and science to tell fascinating stories. This premier venue houses a constantly changing line-up of major international touring exhibitions, brought in through collaborations with organisations such as the American Museum of Natural History, the Smithsonian Institute and world-renowned furniture designer Herman Miller. The ArtScience Museum has housed renowned exhibitions that push the boundaries of science, technology and knowledge. "The Deep", an exhibition on deep-sea life, saw the largest collection of abyssal creatures ever displayed in Southeast Asia, and "The Nobel Prize: Ideas Changing the World" showcased how Nobel Prize-awarded efforts have shaped and continue to change our world.
Spectra and Wonder Full Light & Water Shows
An amazing convergence of light, music and sound, Wonder Full illuminated the universal tale of the journey of life in a spectacular 13-minute showpiece of visual effects by the waterfront, with the stunning cityscape of Singapore lit up in the backdrop. The show featured motion pictures, music produced in Singapore with heavy local influences, an original sound score and an abundance of technologies spanning the 15.4-hectare (38 acre) Marina Bay Sands site. During its nightly performances from February 2011 to April 2017, Wonder Full was extremely popular with both locals as well as tourists, attracting over an estimated 4.2 million visitors from all around the globe. Discover the magic of Spectra, a free-to-public outdoor light and water show displayed over the water at the Event Plaza along the promenade. As the story unfolds before your eyes, you'll be immersed in a beautiful symphony of music, water and light that's powered by advanced lasers, fountain jets and visual projectors. Whether it's your first viewing or your hundredth, the 15-minute show will mesmerise you with its dancing water fountains, colourful visual arts, inspiring orchestral soundtrack and special lighting effects. Bring your family and friends and be enthralled time and again in the visually stunning world of Spectra!
Dinner at the Restaurant Iggy's
Iggy's is a restaurant in Singapore which serves Modern European cuisine. It has been named in The World's 50 Best Restaurants since 2009, including best Asian restaurant in 2012. It has been named as the best restaurant in Asia by the Miele Guide on three occasions. Iggy's was opened in 2004 by owner and chef/sommelier Ignatius Chan. The restaurant was originally located in The Regent Hotel, but moved to the Hilton at 581 Orchard Road. The restaurant has only had ten tables at each of the two locations, but after moving to its present location, it added an eight-seat dessert bar. There are sixteen chefs in the kitchen. The restaurant offers a scholarship at the Singapore Institute of Technology. The restaurant's menu does not follow a particular style of cuisine, but instead serves a fusion from different European nations with Asian twists, but is based on seasonal produce. Main courses include wagyu beef tongue served with three types of peppers, microgreens, yuzu mustard and an avocado mousse. A signature dessert served by the restaurant is pound cake accompanied by flavours of Earl Grey tea, milk, and a crumble. The majority of the produce for the restaurant is imported from Japan.
Sage Practice Solution (SPS) Module
Objectives: Gain a full understanding of both Features & Benefits, your Company will receive utilising SPS to its fullest. Receive knowledge regarding how to operate your SPS System. Establish company specific practice policies, procedures and customisation requirements.
Seminar 7. Duration: 4 hours.
System Introduction; Client Database; Services, Jobs & Workflow; Timesheets; SPS; Letters & Reports; Staff Information Management; Timesheet Policies.
Excursion: Fort Siloso
In the 1800s, Britain was the world's greatest imperial power with colonies across the globe. It really was the "Empire on which the sun never sets". In the far east, at the southern tip of the Malaya, just 2° north of the equator, is the island of Singapore. This was a strategically important Imperial possession, ideally located on all the major shipping routes.
Singapore, following the landing of Sir Stamford Raffles, had grown from a practically deserted place of little or no interest or significance to anybody, to become a busy commercial port. It had also become a very important coaling station for the Royal Navy and merchant ships. Several forts defending the harbour were built in the early years of the colony, and many reports recommending additional defences for this importan colony began to be authored. Records of the China Station dated 1859 contained a recommendation for a battery at 'Point Rimau', and others at Silingsing and Serapong. These were not acted on, and it was to be over twenty years and more reports before any action was takem. The British Government, then, being aware of the important commercial and strategic values of Singapore, decided to modernise the existing defences of the island.
Excursion: Beaches of Singapore
Beaches in Singapore are generally well-known for one thing: being man-made! Whilst you can find some stretches of the white stuff that are 100 per cent genuine, most of the more picturesque beaches in Singapore have all been built using imported sand from neighbouring Southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia and Cambodia. Sentosa is basically a big island full of man-made activities geared for tourists and Singaporeans looking for a weekend mini-escape from the big city. Popular attractions such as Resorts World Sentosa and Universal Studios dominate the island, which is also home to three of the best beaches in Singapore, offering 3.2km of (imported) sand. Changi Beach - Want to skip Sentosa altogether but still want a taste of the white stuff? Then your best bet would be head to Changi Beach on the east coast of Singapore. More leisure park than tropical paradise, this 28-hectare area is home to a long, narrow strip of sand and well-preserved running and cycling lanes on the inside. The coastal park proves popular for fitness fanatics, families on the weekend, plane spotters (you can watch the planes landing at the nearby Changi Airport) and there are also facilities for camping and barbeques.
Dinner at the Restaurant Shinji by Kanesaka
Shinji by Kanesaka is an extension of 1 Michelin star Chef Shinji Kanesaka's Edo-style sushi restaurant first set up in Tokyo's exclusive Ginza district. The deep-rooted philosophy underpinning this endeavour is simply a passionate desire to share an appreciation for age-old Japanese culinary traditions without compromising its integrity. Shinji by Kanesaka pays homage to the core of Japanese culture and art as defined by 'kata' and 'do'. True to the spirit of its heritage, the restaurant is built on a carefully woven foundation of key elements which promises an authentic dining experience. An omakase menu (a menu selection entrusted entirely to the chef) is featured and skillfully executed by a native Japanese team of artisan chefs with Master Chef Koichiro Oshino at the helm. Further embodying the Japanese fine dining experience is the restaurant's okami-san who makes sure that restaurant guests are cared for. Shinji by Kanesaka is Chef Kanesaka's first venture outside Japan and it honours the same prodigious quality that made him an esteemed character in the culinary world.
Seminar 8. Duration: 4 hours.
Custom Attributes; SPS Letters & Reports; Company SPS Policies Set Up; Practical, Case Studies & consolidation exercises through the training event.
Universal Studios Singapore
Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It was a key component of Genting's bid for the right to build Singapore's second integrated resort. On 8 December 2006, the Singapore government announced that the consortium had won the bid. Construction of the theme park and the rest of the resort started on 19 April 2007. It is the second Universal Studios theme park to open in Asia (Japan being the first), and the first in Southeast Asia. The official plans for the park were unveiled to the public when Universal Studios Singapore released a park map to the public on 20 October 2009. Universal Studios Singapore has since attracted more than 2 million visitors in the 9 months from its opening. Universal Parks & Resorts markets the park as a "one-of-its-kind theme park in Asia" and promises that the park will be the only one of its kind in Southeast Asia for the next 30 years. Feel the spirit and energy of America's biggest and grandest city as you stroll along the sidewalks and enjoy all the classic landmarks. Soak in the impressive city skylines, neon lights, and facades that set the scenes for big city fun and real-time movie production. Be blown away as an empty sound stage becomes the setting for a major hurricane about to hit New York City - right before your very eyes. Go on a space mission with Elmo and Super Grover 2.0 to stop Macaroni the Merciless in his plot to steal all the spaghetti from Earth in the world's first Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase. Welcome to the streets of the Big Apple as NYC brings you an up close and personal taste of B-Boyin. The city of the future has arrived. Through the impressive portals of Sci-Fi City you will experience the ultimate intergalactic battle of Good vs. Evil and visit a vibrant metropolis with all the ultimate modern conveniences. Choose your side - Human or Cylon - as you engage in the ultimate intergalactic battle between good and evil on the world's tallest dueling roller coasters! Test your intergalactic stamina on this whirling twirling attraction. Join Optimus Prime and the Autobots as you become a freedom fighter in the ultimate 3D battle against the forces of evil. Take a peek into the future and discover alien warriors and creatures from other worlds beyond the portals of Sci-Fi City.
Ancient Egypt is based on the historical adaptation of Ancient Egypt during the 1930s Golden Age of Egyptian Exploration. It features obelisks and pyramids which are typical of Ancient Egypt. Also featured are Pharaohs' tombs which were commonly discovered during that era. This zone relies on the depictions made in the popular film franchise, The Mummy, starring Brendan Fraser. Ancient pyramids and obelisks stand fast against the sands of time as you are transported to 1930's Egypt, the Golden Age of Egyptian Exploration. Travel to an era when entire Pharaohs tombs were discovered- and their terrible curses unleashed. Plunge into total darkness on this indoor roller coaster as you come face to face with warrior mummies and scarab beetles.
The Lost World contains many traditional attractions present in most Universal Studios parks around the world and is divided into two sub areas: Jurassic Park and Waterworld. Jurassic Park, based on the popular film franchise by Steven Spielberg and novels by Michael Crichton, features the newly redesigned Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure which is based on the popular water rides in other Universal Studios parks. Waterworld, based on the film Waterworld starring Kevin Costner, is a stadium that features a live show performance. Divided into two themed areas: Jurassic Park™ and WaterWorld™, this zone is for fans of the two blockbuster movies, as they can experience a dense tropical forest where dinosaurs lurk, then watch death defying stunts filled with thrills and spills!
Far Far Away is inspired by DreamWorks Animation's hit Shrek franchise which depicted how the fairy-tale characters lived in daily life. The zone consists of many recognisable locations from the film series, and the main highlight of the zone is the 40-metre tall "Far Far Away Castle". Special character appearances include: Shrek, Donkey, Puss In Boots, Princess Fiona, Pinocchio, and Prince Charming. Movie stars and talking donkeys… come experience the lifestyles of the rich and fairy-taled. Guests can enjoy Shrek 4-D Adventure or go on the world's first Puss In Boots' Giant Journey. Hop onto the world's first Puss In Boots' Giant Journey roller coaster and join Puss and Kitty on this anti-gravity, swashbuckling adventure in search of the legendary golden eggs.
Madagascar is inspired by the hit DreamWorks Animation franchise of the same name which features four zoo animals, Alex, Gloria, Marty and Melman escaping from the Central Park Zoo and unfortunately crashing onto the island of Madagascar. The zone features lush tropical jungles as well as two rides. Special character appearances include: Alex, Gloria, King Julien, Skipper, Kowalski, Private and Rico. Based on the hit DreamWorks Animation film, Madagascar, this zone brings you to a dense tropical jungle, filled with strange and wonderful animals like lemurs and foosas. Ride this crazy carousel with King Julien, the Lemurs and more of your favourite Madagascar characters.
Farewell dinner with cocktails in the restaurant Tippling Club
Tippling Club is an ultra-progressive modern gastronomy restaurant and bar helmed by Chef-Owner Ryan Clift and the Spa Esprit Group - a local beauty, lifestyle and F&B group with some of the most unique brands across the globe within its portfolio. Spanning across three shophouse units at 38 Tanjong Pagar Road, Tippling Club encloses an innovative cocktail bar, an experiential dining room and-tucked away on its second floor-a private dining room, BIN 38. Tippling Club promises to bring affordable avant-garde cuisine to the neighbourhood in the form of a flexible, everyday dining and drinking destination. Chef Clift's brand of modern gastronomy is fun, playful and fresh. In 2013, Tippling Club and its team were honoured with five top awards by World Gourmet Series Awards of Excellence including Restaurant of the Year, Bar of the Year and Finalist Chef of the Year. At this current location, Tippling Club will continue to pair its award-winning cuisine with world-class cocktails, pushing the extremes of ingredients and textures to create an ever-evolving dining experience. Ryan Clift's culinary career began at the early age of 14 at a 1 Michelin Star restaurant near his hometown of Devizes, Wiltshire (UK). Immediately drawn to the high energy and atmosphere of the kitchen, Ryan worked his way up from washing dishes to becoming a young culinary protégé. After graduating from culinary school, he moved to London, where he landed a position in the restaurant at London's most prestigious Hotel, Claridge's.
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