Around the world, demand is soaring for short courses and FADD International wants to be the first to satisfy the growing demand in Bangkok and ASEAN.
Billed as “Bangkok’s first creative arts center” FADD will offer short courses in the fields of Fashion, Art, Drama & Design beginning this October.
Pointing to the surging popularity of short courses worldwide, FADD co-founders Len Nepomuceno & Rocky Hizon said, “People like it because they can acquire a variety of new skills in a short time. Companies today are looking for personal creativity when they hire people, so do universities when screening student applications – having interesting creative skills in your resume makes you much more attractive.”
To showcase its short courses in fashion, art, drama & design, FADD is inviting the public to an Open House on Sept. 19 at its learning center at 69 Onnut 62. A mini fashion show, drama performances, art & design exhibits will give visitors a taste of the new skills they can quickly acquire.
In addition to its short courses for teens and adults, FADD also offers after-school and weekend activities for children and teens.