On 21 May 2018, Force 21 inks MOU with GEA Institute. It was an eventful day with 40 attendees coming from 12 different companies, namely Shangri-La, Millennium Hotels and Resorts, P&G, Marriott International and the list goes on. It was held at the Singapore Wine Vault. This $200 million facility offers a state-of-the-art urban wine space spread across 750,000 square feet, establishing Singapore Wine Vault as the largest in Southeast Asia. Our attendees were treated with a wine vault tour before the start of the signing ceremony. There was also a wine tasting corner and canapés to pair with the wine, while our guests chill and network away.
The MOU signing between Force 21 and GEA Institute further cements FiTSA’s (Fitness Training & Services arm of Force 21) growing ambition of moving into Fitness Education. Together with GEA Institute, FiTSA aims to provide quality and evidence based professional certifications and academic qualifications that are able to promote employment as well as employability for our potential graduates, which is aligned with the Singapore Economic Development Board’s mission statement.
This partnership will look into providing professional certifications and academic qualifications in the area of Human Performance and Sport Science. These certifications and qualifications would be able to provide a “kick start” for aspiring fitness trainers, mid-career switchers as well as insight into tactical strength and conditioning for tactical personnel in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
Management staffs from Force 21 and GEA are confident that this partnership will take both entities to new heights as we work towards ensuring quality fitness education that caters to the intensive industry demands. Cheers to a successful collaboration!