Don Bosco Tuol Kork

Wednesday May 22, 2013 |

Don Bosco Vocational Training Center – Tuol Kork District, Phnom Penh

Director: Sour María Elena Estacio

Address: No. 60 Street 317, Phnom Penh 12151

Phone: (+855) 23 883 437

Don Bosco vocational school extends outreach

About 300 people, including a senior government official, attended the July 2 opening of the Don Bosco Vocational Training Center’s new building in Phnom Penh.

The facility also houses study rooms and an audio visual room.

Pich Sophoan, adviser to Prime Minister Hun Sen, praised the Salesian nuns for their “work of love” in providing vocational training and lodging for young female students.

He said the nuns are the government’s partners in developing Cambodia’s human resource and reducing poverty.

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Catholic Medical Guild of Singapore

In Dec 2007 our members led a group of parishioners from Queen of Peace church to work at a Don Bosco school in Phum Chreh. This advent Cambodian project raised almost $150,000 which was spend on building an extension to the school, scholarships and love parcels containing necessities for some 1,500 children. The advent Cambodian trip as so well received that this year there will be 3 groups from Queen of Peace and St Vincent de Paul parishes as well as from Fides from SMU working alongside medical teams at the Don Bosco schools at Phum Chreh, Teuk Thla and Tuol Kork. They will also try to raise funds to rebuild a dormitory cum vocational institute which is literally crumbling. More…



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  1. Subject: Employment Candidate for DBFC (Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia)

    Dear Ms. Sour María Elena Estacio – Director,

    Hope all is well with you and the organization, DBFC (Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia).

    Upon my research on the internet, I was quite impressed also at awed with DBFC (Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia). It was almost like a chance opportunity of a lifetime since I have been interested and contemplating in working for a reputable Foundation like your organization,DBFC (Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia), for the longest time now.

    I can only imagine, it must have been fate, heavenly, that connects me and DBFC (Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia) together; not to mention the timing could have not been any better since I am relocating and settling permanently in Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia for the long term.

    Going forward, below/attached please find my Autobiography for your review and reference. For your information, I would love to be an integral part of such a prestigious organization such as DBFC (Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia) as well as becoming an immediate valuable contributor. It would definitely be a dream comes true.

    Thank you in advance for your understanding and kind consideration. I truly look forward to hearing from you also meeting you soonest for a face discussion on how we can best move forward toward some sort of collaboration.

    All the best & God bless,

    Andrew Ngo – (+855) (0)88 612 8747 & WhatsApp [(+84) (0)93 408 8778 – Nickname: “HANK”]
    – Autobiography_Andrew Ngo (DBFC):
    Andrew Ngo
    #C30, Street V18, Toul Kork Village, Sangkat Toul Sangker,
    Khan Russey Keo, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
    (+855) (0)88 612 8747

    Andrew is a US Citizen-American from the United States with over 15 years of Asia in-country teaching and training professional experience in addition to a rich international work history plus a multi-lingual vertical skill set (English and Vietnamese-Native Speaker, re-learning German and French, and learning Khmer also Japanese and Chinese).

    Andrew is a passionate, results-driven practitioner Teacher-Trainer professional for over 15 years. He possesses a deep experience in Teaching, Training, Curriculum and Course Design in the US and Vietnam. Working closely with classroom Teachers, Heads of the departments, Principals, and Training Center Directors, Andrew strives to achieve best practice by applying technology infusion into teaching and learning with high energy.

    He is deeply committed to helping learners understand the usage and transformational power of technology in the classroom. His knowledge and style of teaching and learning, down-to-earth mannerism, and powerful message of empowerment have made him a popular choice among teachers and trainers.

    Andrew has a Major Degree Bachelor of Science in Engineering plus A Minoring in English Literature from University of California, Santa Barbara, USA.

    A highly creative and innovative Teacher-Trainer and Curriculum Designer, Andrew uses technology to discover creative ways to assist schools, training centers, and organizations in meeting their teaching, learning and productivity goals. He creates an atmosphere conducive to teaching and learning. Andrew is a skilled manager in the organization and development areas, a resourceful multimedia advocate who encourages teamwork, socialization, business networking, and high achievement.

    Andrew gained considerable experience, over 20 years, in the professional business environment combining with the teaching and training profession by collaborating with different schools, colleges and training centers. He has worked and lived collectively in Asia for more than 20 years. He has over 15 years of Asia in-country experience in teaching General-Business English Language and has also curriculum designed and conducted Corporate Training Courses (Marketing, Sales, Public Relations, Advertising, Corporate Social Responsibility, Customer Service, Leadership, etc.) for various domestic and multinational Small-Medium Businesses and Enterprises as well as SOEs (State-Owned-Enterprises), Government Ministries and Agencies in Vietnam.

    He enjoys teaching adults as well as working professionals; and having lived and worked in Asian countries for more than 15 years, he is very familiar with the training needs of the corporate sector (business-to-business) in ASIA. Andrew is an enthusiastic and dedicated Teacher and Trainer. He uses an interactive teaching approach which participants find engaging and motivating. Andrew had participated in teaching and training along with other different management capacities at the following schools, colleges, education & training centers:

    +Quick Learning (USA): Head of Training Department for Real Estates & Insurance Licenses
    Acquisition Programs.
    +ABC College (USA): Teacher-Trainer of Vietnamese language for Vietnamese Americans; English as a Second Language (ESL) for Vietnamese and US immigrants, General-Business English Language Programs, IT and Computer also Business Training Programs.
    + SEAMEO RETRACT (ASEAN): Teacher of General-Business English Language Programs also Trainer for Corporate Training Programs (Marketing, Sales, PR, Advertising, Customer Service, Leadership, etc.).
    + Informatics Vietnam (Singapore-Vietnam): Teacher of Vietnamese language for the non-natives also General-Business English Language Programs for Vietnamese participants as well as Trainer-Curriculum Designer for Corporate Training Programs (Marketing, Sales, PR, Advertising, Customer Service, Leadership, etc.).
    + BrainBox Vietnam (Singapore-Vietnam): Teacher of Vietnamese language for the non-natives also Trainer-Curriculum Designer for Corporate Training programs (Marketing, Sales, PR, Advertising, Customer Service, Leadership, etc.).
    + VABIS Hong Lam International Vocational College (Australia-Vietnam): Head of the Foreign Languages (English, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese) Department, Head of the International Relations Department, and College Business Advisor for Skilled Labor Export Program to Australia and Canada.
    + Imperial International Hospitality School (Canada-Vietnam): Vocational Trainer-Lecturer for the Hospitality Industry. In charge of designing and standardizing the Hotel’s comprehensive package including Policies & Procedures, Standard Operating Procedures, Operational Check Lists, and Best Practices for training purposes. Responsible for the Hospitality Vocational and English plus Certificate Programs for the domestic market and the international Hospitality Skilled Labor Export Program to ASEAN region.

    1985 Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering, UC Santa Barbara, California–USA.
    2020 Applying for a Master Degree in Education and/or Theology via
    e-Learning/Distance Learning from Europe/USA/Canada.
    2020 Intending to enroll in a Catholic Seminary to become a Deacon or Pastor.

    1985 – 1990, Marketing Manager, “Hitachi America Limited”, USA-Japan.
    1990 – 1994, Senior Marketing Manager, “NEC Electronics”, USA-Japan.
    1994 – 1996, Marketing Director, “Lite-On”, USA-Taiwan.
    1996 – 1999, Area Sales Manager, “Future Electronics”, USA-Canada.
    1999 – 2002, Sales & Business Development Director, “AmerAsia”, USA-ASIA.
    1999 – 2002, Head of Training-Teacher, “Quick Learning & ABC College”, USA-VN.
    2002 – 2003, Country Manager, “IDG Consulting”, USA-Vietnam.
    2003 – 2005, Teacher-Trainer, “SEAMEO RETRACT”, ASEAN-VN.
    2005 – 2007, Teacher & Trainer-Curriculum Designer, “Informatics”, SG-VN.
    2007 – 2009, Teacher & Trainer-Curriculum Designer “Brainbox”, SG-VN.
    2009 – 2012, Head of the Foreign Languages & International Relations, Business
    Advisor, “VABIS Hong Lam International Vocational College”, Australia-
    2012 – 2016, Corporate Development-Training Director, “ViNetworks Group”, USA-VN.
    2016 – 2017, Vocational Trainer-Lecturer – Policies & Procedures Designer,
    “Imperial International Hospitality School”, USA-Canada-Vietnam-
    2017 – Now, Chief International Affairs Officer “Cooperation Develop Organization”,
    a NGO, Kingdom of Cambodia.

    • Hotel & Resorts: 5-Star hotels (Imperial Hotel, New World Hotel, Continental Hotel, Rex Hotel, Sheraton & others); 5-Star Resorts (Anna Mandara Resort, Terracotta Resort, Ho Tram Resort, Sea Horse Resort, Marina Bay Resort, Furama Resort & others).
    • Organization & Company: Multinationals (Prudential, Philip Morris, Vinataba, Nike, HP, Intel, IBM, Adidas, AIG, Interflour, Posco) and Vietnam’s SMEs & SOEs also JVs, and others.
    • Colleges, Training Centers, & Schools: Colleges (VABIS Hong Lam International Vocational College and ABC College); Training Centers (Quick Learning, SEAMEO, Informatics, and Brainbox); School (Imperial International Hospitality School).

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