Nation University provides English training to BMA officials
July 03, 2014 00:00
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and the Nation University have provided English language training to BMA officials to help them better communicate with foreign tourists as well as improve services.
Deputy BMA Governor Dussadee Tamthai said the city administration had decided to provide English communication training for its staffs after a survey found that Thailand ranked ninth among the 10 Asean nations in terms of being able to communicate in English.
She said the training would upgrade the services offered by the BMA, prepare all BMA units to serve foreign tourists as well as ready Bangkok for the Asean Economic Community, which is due to take effect late next year.