CatMayAlamode Has Been Held As Number One in Tailoring Training Center

CatMayAlamode has been termed as the number one training center in shape. The tailoring training center has been offering brilliant training on tailoring for a long time and their hard work has been acclaimed recently.

October 21, 2019 / / —

CatMayAlamode is a prominent name in the field of tailoring training. They have been offering various courses on tailoring and are recognized as the Numero Uno in the business.

When the founder of the company, Bui Thanh Thom was interviewed, he said, “I have started this tailoring training center some time back with the aim of helping young talents. Most of the people spend 2 to 3 years in various fashion colleges to learn the art that can be mastered within a month. That is why I have decided to come up with this tailoring training center where students can learn very fast and start working in various fashion companies.”

The tailoring school offers three categories of courses and they are Basic tailoring courses, Professional tailoring courses, and PRO tailoring courses. Students can go through the course details thoroughly and select the one that will suit their needs. Each of the courses has a definite training period and the students will get to learn a lot of things in them.

At a press meet when the founder of the tailoring school was asked to reflect on the matter, he said, “It feels great when your hard work is acknowledged and you are termed as number one in the business. Currently, I am feeling elated and my happiness has no boundaries. But at the same time, the responsibility on me has also increased many fold times and I will have to aim higher. I am trying my level best to keep up with my hard work and aiming at continuing doing what I have been doing for the past few years.”

Alamode Fashion Tailoring Training Center houses the best lecturers who have a great deal of experience in the field. Students are provided with top-notch professional training that will help them in their careers. They are taught about all the important aspects of fashion apart from tailoring.

At a recent event, Bui Thanh Thom said, “The title of ‘number one’ not only belongs to me but also to all the faculties and students of my center. I am extremely thankful to my faculty members and students for their hard work that has brought in this happiness.”
The courses offered by the tailoring school come at a reasonable price and students get to learn a huge amount of things. All the students are guided properly so that they can land a very good job for themselves.

Company Profile:
CatMayAlamode, also known as Alamode Fashion Tailoring Training Center, is a well-known tailoring school located in Hanoi. It offers a large number of tailoring courses that students can complete in comparatively less time than fashion colleges.

Contact details:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/catmayalamode/
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DạycắtmayAlamode
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/trung-tam-cat-may-alamode
Gsites: https://sites.google.com/site/dayhocmay/
Meidum: https://medium.com/@catmayalamode

Contact Info:
Name: Kevin
Email: Send Email
Organization: CatMayAlamode
Address: Lane 35, 86 Chua Ha, Quan Hoa, Cau Giay, Ha Noi 100000
Phone: +84 915362256
Website: https://alamode.vn

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Release ID: 88929323

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