David has over 10 years of experience in the service and hospitality industry and he joined CHM as Manager cum Trainer since 2015. Before beginning his career in CHM, David worked as managers in several hotels & service residences such as Calidas Royal Residence Hanoi, Keangnam Landmark72, Sunway Hotel Hanoi, Vinhomes Service Apartments.
WHY CHOOSE CHM?
Director of International Cooperation & Partnerships;
David Naudin was born in France, where he obtained a Hospitality and Catering Higher National Diploma. He then moved to the UK, London to start his working career, from river cruise, to world famous museum brasseries, fine dining restaurants, and eventually into hotels as F&B Operations Manager for 5* hotels. He then realised his passion for education and completed his teacher training, whilst working as Operations Manager. Strong of many educational managerial positions and Master (MSc) in Hospitality, Business and Tourism, David has now decided to join CHM to develop transnational education between Europe, Asia, and North America, and industry partnerships.
Mia joined Hotel Management programs in Sweden and Belgium Universities and worked as the Vice President of Hoa Sua School of Economic and Tourism before joining CHM Institute in 2017.
With her natural ability to bring energy and enthusiasm to motivate students and drive them toward success, Mia has helped hundreds of students to start their career in the hospitality industry and also trained many staff & managers for different 5-star international hotel brands. She is currently CHM Institute Director.
Institute Deputy Director;
With 20 years’ experience working in HR field in many companies, Maya is now the Institute Deputy Director cum Hospitality Management Lecturer of CHM International Institute. Her professional experience not only supports her in operational sector but also allows her to provide CHM students with professional knowledge and practical examples of human resources management in the hotels. She believes that the supportive knowledge as well as real examples absorbed in CHM would benefit students in the position of manager in the future.
After successfully graduating from Hoa Sua School of Economic and Tourism, Tina has been working in the F&B industry for nearly 15 years as Food & Beverage Lecturer, Catering & Tour Operation Manager and Restaurant & Hotel Manager. Passionate about the industry, Tina also participated in the Bachelor and Master of Business Administration courses at National Economics University, as well as international training courses in Belgium, Luxembourg and Sweden. With her experience in F&B coaching and operating, Tina is now a Hospitality Management Lecturer and Hotel Operations Consultant at CHM. She is known for her attractive, passionate and energetic teaching style.
Hospitality Management Lecturer;
Linda started her career in hospitality industry in 1993 and has been through a variety of Housekeeping managerial roles in famous hotel management groups such as Daewoo, IHG and Vingroup before joining CHM as a Hospitality Management Lecturer and Hotel Operations Consultant in 2016. With 25 years in the industry, Linda has a wide range of knowledge as well as practical experience in organising, managing and operating Housekeeping department. Many of her students have been mature and successful in their career and even some of them are running their own hotel chain.
Hospitality Management Lecturer;
Anna graduated from the faculty of Hospitality Management of Hanoi Open University in 2012. She then had great opportunities to work for different international organisations such as Enfants du Mékong (Children of the Mekong), Humanitarian Service for Children of Vietnam and ChildFund Vietnam as Program Coordinator and then Program Manager during the period of over 6 years. With her broad knowledge and great understanding of the service industry, Anna is now a Hospitality Management Lecturer cum Student Service Officer at CHM.
Culinary Arts Program Manager;
Camaron has more than 15 years of experience working and teaching at KOTO Vocational Training before transferring to the faculty of Culinary Arts for CHM International Institute. His knowledge base is a subtle combination of multicultural culinary culture. “The art of culinary arts is a passionate subject of passion for the profession. The characteristics of this industry are meticulous, patient and skillful from the stage of selection, raw materials to the finished products to the customers “, says Camaron. He had great merit in spreading the fire and career direction for the generations of CHM students.
Culinary Arts Lecturer;
Culinary Arts Lecturer/Chef Quesa Doi graduated from Le Cordon Bleu Paris, majoring in Boulanger & Baking Arts and Confederation of Tourism & Hospitality, majoring in Professional Cookery. With her natural ability and years of experience at different five-star hotels, she has participated in and achieved many culinary awards such as Cup for Best Dessert & Gold Medal for Live Making Dessert – Vietnam Culinary Challenge 2019; Representing Vietnam to perform Vietnamese Desserts in Russia and Korea in 2019; Top 10 Most Delicious Dishes at The Street Food Festival 2017, etc. She is now working at CHM as a Culinary Arts Lecturer specializing in Bakery and Pastry with the hope of guiding and training students to become professional Pastry chefs in the future.
Culinary Arts Lecturer;
Born in Hanoi, the cradle of culinary and cultural traditions in Vietnam, Lily has always been passionate about cuisine since she was a little child. After graduating from Hoa Sua School of Economic and Tourism, majoring in European, Asian cuisine and French pastry, Lily decided to work at her beloved school as a European Cuisine Teacher to enhance own personal skill set and knowledge base. With 20 years’ experience in the industry, Lily is now joining CHM as a Culinary Arts Lecturer to share her knowledge and passion to younger generation.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS OF STUDENTS
“At CHM, beside learning and practicing in the simulation room, we have opportunities to visit and practice at 4, 5-star hotels, which are partners of CHM. That helps me have practical experience before working at reality.”
“I am quite impressed because everyone here is working as professionally as at 5-star hotels. In addition, the sessions are also useful. After only 1 month of studying Front Office Practice Class, I was confident that I could go to work immediately.”
“The thing that impressed me the most when I took the culinary arts course of the school was facilities. We soon had the opportunity to approach the working environment close to reality through our practical class, so we did not feel too surprised when going to work. Besides that, the lecturers are extremely friendly, enthusiastic and give students many useful techniques.”
“CHM is the place where our dream of being a Chef can become true. During course, 80% of learning time is practicing. I am equipped with specialized tools and especially high-end knives to study, which allows me to confidently learn and practice skills most effectively.“
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