Beijing Hosts Commercial Service Skills Competition

December 27, 2018
Editor: Xie Wen
Contestants take photos with leaders of Beijing Women's Federation. [Beijing Women's Federation]

 

The eighth Commercial Service Skills Competition kicked off in the Haidian District of Beijing on December 12, 2018.

A total of 845 contestants participated in the housekeeping competition, and 1,228 participated in the nursery program.

The event was jointly hosted by the municipal commerce bureau, the municipal human resources and social security bureau, Beijing Federation of Trade Unions and Beijing Women's Federation.

After the competition, two contestants from the Sanba Service Center won third and fourth place respectively in the housekeeping contest and the nursery program. They also won the Golden Finger and the Technical Expert titles.

Three other participants were awarded the titles of "winning players" and "technical experts", and were granted the senior nursery professional qualification certificate by the human resources and social security bureau. The Sanba Service Center was given the Organization Award by the organizing committee of the competition.

The contest fully demonstrated the skill level and spirit of staff of the service center, which is also an important measure to promote the standardization, chain-orientation, convenience, branding and professional development of the capital's domestic service industry, said the spokesman of the event.

Staff of the Sanba Service Center stated that they will continue to adhere to the service concept of love, care, carefulness and patience, providing diversified and high-quality family services for the majority of families, and offer employment guidance, skills training and rights protection services to more workers.

 

Contestants set the table for Western food in the housekeeping service contest. [Beijing Women's Federation]
Contestants show off their skills during the competition. [Beijing Women's Federation]


(Source: Beijing Women's Federation/ Translated and edited by Women of China)

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