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DAJUMA TRAINS THE TRAINERS

In the beginning of June, Rondy, our GM in charge of Sales and Marketing became for a while a trainer in Corporate Social Responsibility on the occasion of a specific event dedicated to CSR organised by the Directorate of Vocational Education, the Ministry of Education and Culture, Research and Technology, Seamolec (Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Learning Center) and GIZ (Institution of Indonesian-German Cooperation) with Bappenas RI.

Since its creation in 2002, Dajuma considers CSR as being a major pillar of its eco-policy.

In this event, Rondy shared his experiences in tourism especially about e-commerce and CSR to 22 participants, all teachers from the tourism vocational school (SMK) in Jembrana. A precious moment of sharing based on almost 20 years of Rondy’s experience in Dajuma!

3 DAYS TRAINING AT DAJUMA

This week, Dajuma was again trusted by the Jembrana Regency Government as a venue for training held by the Jembrana Tourism Department, with the theme of optimizing the quality and management of tourist accommodation (homestay/cottage). The training lasts for 3 days, with 2 days of seminars at Dajuma and the last day visiting tourist attractions in Belimbing Sari Village. The training participants were representatives of tourism awareness community, tourism business managers from 10 villages in Jembrana, with a total of 60 participants. This training aims to increase the role of the community in the tourism sector, as well as how managing tourist accommodation (homestay/cottage), how to manage and promote it in the digital era. All participants follow the training while still adhering to the applicable health protocols.

English courses at Dajuma

While staying at Dajuma, our staff loves communicating with our guests and reciprocally. Sometimes but rarely in Bahasa Indonesia and of course, mostly in English. So we decided to organise private lessons on a regular basis under the guidance of a professional teacher from the nearby village. Every year we can appreciate the outstanding progresses made by our staff, from the gardeners to the waiters passing by the room boys, the cooks or the security officers. An indispensable way to penetrate the unique Balinese culture…
On the picture from left to right : Adi (Maintenance), Mudita (Garden), Misrin (Security), Ayu (Teacher), Suarbawa (Housekeeping), Sumawa (Garden), Ni Nyoman Wiastini (Teacher), Suarbawa (Housekeeping), Sumawa (Garden).

Training of Security Staffs of Hotels & Restaurant in Pekutatan Area

This particular training is regularly held to continuously improve both skills and professionalism in order to perform a quick-and-effective-respond action in their daily duties. This month, the training took place at Dajuma’s Baruna Hall, conducted by Pekutatan Police Department Officers. Though there is no serious safety and security issue raising up in Pekutatan area as one of Bali’s exotic tourism destinations for the past few decades, this important training has an important yet valuable mission to provide the best possible way of giving the security assurance to both tourists and local villagers. On the picture, three gentlemen of Dajuma security team (black safari shirt) were listening carefully each important points of the training given by the senior police officer as the trainer in this session.

First Aid training

As part of our eco-policy, all Dajuma staff is invited every two years to participate in a  First Aid training aimed at ensuring the safest environment to our guests. This year the training was given by the doctors and the nurses from the closeby Negara Hospital. A necessary refresher course to remind gestures that can save a life if given at the right moment: artificial breathing, use of a defibrillator, securing of a broken bone, and many other things…

Dajuma’s trainees

Every spring, Puri Dajuma supports the local school of tourism by welcoming 10 trainees willing to experience a 10 day assignment in our resort. Lately, Budiman, our maintenance supervisor, showed Imam how to replace a pool light. Imam was very excited about this “hands-on” experience which is constantly reported by the participants as being very helpful to illustrate practically the subjects taught at school. No doubt that this kind of experience either confirms or clarifies one’s vocation in the hospitality business. In all cases, we wish them all the best and invite them to apply for open positions in Dajuma’s team.