THE ASIA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCES

The Remarks of Opening Orientation Ceremony

Academic Year 2015 – 2016

Welcome lecturers, staff and the students of the Asia Institute of Sciences. Today is a very auspicious occasion as well as the opening of new orientation in 2015-2016.

The Asia Institute of Sciences is recognized by the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. The Institute also improves the leading quality in training students to become nurses, midwifery and laboratory technicians who gain the appropriate knowledge, skills, and abilities with behaviors to work successfully in the country and abroad.

To achieve these goals, the Institute focuses on the quality of teaching, internships at clinics and hospitals and training connection to the real work.

In 2016, we will have a graduation ceremony for the students who succeed in the final exams. Moreover, students will start to work productively, and especially in the local health service with a positive attitude respecting to people without thinking of fees, traditions and beliefs carrying out how to treat the patient, families, communities with good care by using real methods to solve the problems in actual situation.

They can basically consult with health professional practitioners for practice nurses, midwife.

Moreover, all of them can apply the principles of basic medical care to meet demand, health, basic infrastructure at the community and improve strategies harmless maternity and responsibilities of the parents of our community.

What’s more, we also have the new cooperation of and signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the Asia Institute of Sciences with Lotus Eldercare Academy of Singapore and CARE Pte Ltd in Singapore, having opened courses concerned with aged care; this is an opportunity for finding a new job, and the option in order to work abroad as well.

At the same time in 2016, the Institute will also be moved to a new location with a spacious atmosphere and adds many new skills.

We also still have the cooperation and invited lecturers and doctors from hospitals such as Auckland Hospital in New genetic Lance University and Belmont University in the United States to share experiences about the work, nurses, midwives and lab technicians.

Finally, I wish lecturers, staff and partners and brothers, all of the student happiness, success and good luck in 2016.

 

KEO KANNIKA. MD

Director