GEG Become the First Gaming Operator in Macau Recognized by HKIE for Engineering Graduate Training

Nov, 24 2015 Galaxy Entertainment Group (“GEG”) announced that the company becomes the first gaming operator in Macau to receive the accreditation of Engineering Graduate Scheme “A” Training – Mechanical discipline from Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (“HKIE”), an achievement which recognizes GEG’s continuous efforts on nurturing local young generations as future professional engineers.

GEG now offers a training program for local young talents to be professional engineers. Graduates from University of Macau with Electromechanical Bachelor degree or above are eligible to join the two-year on-job training at GEG. They could gain hands-on working experience and skills required to meet international standards. Upon completion of the program, trainees who have assessed by HKIE qualified internal engineering supervisor will be given an internationally recognized certificate. The program also benefits the trainees for having a faster track to become professional qualified engineers who save at least two years of accumulating hours on other engineering programs and work.

To achieve the HKIE accreditation, GEG has undergone a rigorous evaluation on the corporate management, procedures, compliances and core standards. Apart from the overall assessment on its policies, an on-site inspection was also conducted by the Board of Directors of HKIE to ensure all guidelines and facilities meet up to international standard. Ir. Eric Tong, Assistant Vice President of Facilities of Galaxy Macau™ commended, “We are proud that GEG is the first gaming operator to receive such honor from HKIE. The training signifies GEG’s goal to nurture local young talents as well as our team members’ efforts to reach new heights for achieving international recognized standards.” The Faculty of Science and Technology of University of Macau congratulated GEG for the achievement which the faculty and GEG maintain close contact to fulfill the criteria of the evaluation over the past years. The accreditation would serve as a platform for local young talents to fully excel their skills and establish their managerial role in the engineering industry.