The Athenee Hotel Apply Mobile Learning for Employee Training

มี.ค. 8, 2019

 

Boost’s mobile learning solutions bring many benefits to hotels, from better guest service to increased upselling revenue and more loyal guests. However, some of the biggest benefits are accrued by the service employees themselves, many of whom emerge from their Boost course having learnt an entirely new language and set of service skills. Not only does this give them more confidence at work, but improves their employability and improves their career prospects.

Boost spoke to Ms. Tiplada Tangmanomana, Concierge at The Athenee Hotel, Bangkok, about her experience using Boost Voice.

What have you learnt while using Boost?

Tiplada: I have learnt a lot! There are many parts to Boost Voice including vocabulary, and pronunciation, and also grammar and I have become much more proficient in all of these areas.

When is your favourite time to learn?

Tiplada: I like to learn when I have free time or on my day off. For some parts of Boost Voice – such as pronunciation – I am required to say words and sentences out loud so a day off is the best time for this. Other parts do not require speaking so I can take time off during my working day to learn. What I like about the app is that we can choose what we want to learn. For example, sometimes I prefer to do the listening modules, so I click on that part, continuing with the other modules at a later date.

What is the most enjoyable part of learning with Boost?

Tiplada: I really like all of the modules, but I would say my favourite is the game. I was actually very surprised when I first found out about the game but I think it is very fun and useful. It is enjoyable and this is important as it encourages you to keep going, and of course I end up learning more.

How much has Boost improved the way you work?

Tiplada: It has definitely improved my vocabulary. I am now able to say complete sentences and speak with guests much more confidently and clearly.

What do you love about hospitality?

Tiplada: I am a graduate in hospitality and I love my job very much. Every day I see the guests, I talk to the guests, I learn new languages and many cultures. I am very happy when I serve things to the guest and help them, and when the guest is happy and it makes me feel happy too.