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About City Advance Skill Academy

We are the leading institution in the City for F&B training

Our dedication, innovation and commitment to quality training is a good reason for you to choose CASA



  1. About CASA

Our history and how we have evolved


City Advance Skill Academy (CASA) has been established as a training institution accredited by the Department of Skills Development, Ministry of Human Resources since 2009. Today, CASA has evolved and developed into a global training partner in producing excellent skilled workers to support the global workforce in the Hotel & Restaurant Management sectors specializing in Food & Beverage.


CASA has highly experienced and qualified lecturers, a great management team and staff, excellent environment and a fun place to study. Currently, CASA is one of the leading training centres in the country which has been maintaining its high standards and producing top class students for the global F&B market.




  1. Vision & Mission

Our Vision


Our vision is that CASA will lead the hospitality industry in preparing students for innovative, creative, and successful careers in a global society

Our Mission & Values


Our Mission


CASA’s mission is to provide career-oriented hospitality programs with the goal of producing innovative, creative graduates who are well-prepared for their chosen careers in a global society. We are here:

  • To impart knowledge and inspire students to be the best they can be in the hospitality arena.
  • To pursue artistic visions and encourage creativity, be it amongst students, instructors or
  • To constantly produce new talents within the industry, update hospitality skills and learn new trends to stay competitive in the market.



Our Values


The student should demonstrate all these student goals below:


Student Centeredness: Exhibits behaviour, performs duties of position, and makes decisions that demonstrate and support the importance of students as the primary constituency of the Academy and contributes directly to student success.


Professional Development and Scholarship: Takes actions to continuously advance and/or improve in one’s academic or professional discipline; as an individual contributor; as a team member; and/or as an organizational leader.


Integrity and Ethics: Does what it takes to deliver on commitments made to one’s employer. Builds personal trust and relationships inside and outside the academy by doing what one says he or she will do when it is promised.


Respect, Diversity and Pluralism: Provides a high level of service to fellow members of the CASA community, treats every person with dignity, and demonstrates inclusion by incorporating diverse perspectives to plan, conduct, and/or evaluate the work of the academy.


Teamwork and Collaboration: Contributes to the efforts of academy as a team player. Works well at with others outside the academy to accomplish broad-based goals and objectives.


We at CASA, strive to create an avenue that enables every learner or student to receive a customised enhanced quality of skill that will empower them to add value to their lives through sustained job creation and sustained employment. We also ensure that all learners have sufficient information, advice and guidance to make informed decisions.


Our Partners



  1. Department of Skills Development, Ministry of Human Resources Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK)


Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK), formerly known as Majlis Latihan Vokasianal Kebangsaan (MLVK) is an agency under the Ministry of Human Resources. JPK is responsible for the implementation and supervision of competency-based learning and training. City Advance Skill Academy (CASA) has been established as a training institution accredited by the Department of Skills Development, Ministry of Human Resources since 2009. CASA is registered with Perbadanan Tabung Pembanguan Kemahiran (PTPK) for student financial assistance.


The main objective of JPK Programmes is to provide vocational training for students who have completed Form 5 or 6 or SPVM. The training programs and modules meet the required standard set by NOSS (National Occupational Safety Standards). These courses are designed to be flexible and hence conducted on a full-time basis. By acquiring the JPK Certificates, job and career development prospects can be enhanced, since Certificate holders have been assessed and verified as fulfilling the requirements of gainful employment in Malaysian industry.


  1. Perbadanan Tabung Pembanguan Kemahiran (PTPK)

In 2000, the government has established a Skills Development Fund (TPK) to provide financial assistance in the form of loans to skills trainees especially school leavers. The fund is managed by the Skills Development Fund Corporation (PTPK). The function of PTPK is to provide skills training loan to individuals such as school leavers, graduates and others who are interested in pursuing Malaysian Skills Certification (SKM), Malaysian Skills Diploma (DKM) and Malaysian Advanced Skills Diploma (DLKM) at Public or Private Skills Training Providers accredited by DSD.


  1. Institute of Professional Development Open University Malaysia
Open University Malaysia (OUM) is the result of a strategic alliance between Malaysias first of eleven Public Universities.


Whilst OUM’s recognised programs of high academic standing remain comparable to that of every consortium partner, the Vice-Chancellors of the coalition of Public Universities embarked on a strategic move with the aim to open a key window of opportunity that will help to advance the capabilities and prospects of career-minded working adults.


This window of opportunity is designed to provide every working adult with an avenue to enhance their competencies and add value to their careers through a range of professional awards-based programmes; and thereafter, operate effectively and efficiently in today’s highly competitive 


As a result, the collective purpose gave rise to the formation of a dedicated professional learning and development centre which functions under the banner and auspices of OUM.


Called the Institute of Professional Development –Open University Malaysia (IPD-OUM), the Centre is dedicated to supporting the learning and development needs of working adults by providing a variety of professional programmes that are innovative, contemporary and relevant.


Officially founded in the year 2000, IPD-OUM’s activities has benefited career-minded working adults in Malaysia as well as selected international locations such as Bahrain and Sudan.


To provide cutting-edge and applicable career development programmes for working adults, IPD- OUM has developed an extensive network of strategic alliances with recognised local and international experts. Their individual and collective expertise continues to expand the repertoire and quality of relevant professional programmes that reflect industry needs.


In the process, IPD-OUM has brought to bear the collective expertise of industry practitioners and academia upon programme structure, module curriculum as well as module delivery. Working adults now have the opportunity to study, learn and secure awards that help to step-up their capabilities, and to use them immediately at work.


In addition, IPD-OUM’s repertoire of professional programmes is highly responsive to the nature and demands of the current working environment. Individuals need to be equipped with skill-sets that will help them to not only cope with demands from their working environment but to also be proactive in planning, execution and overall management.


As a result, IPD-OUM continues to hone its learning and development methodologies that reconcile both academia and industry practice. Lectures are value-added by seminars delivered by industry practitioners, discourses with industry practitioners, a plethora of relevant case studies, as well as individual and team projects.

A combination of intense professionalism, experience and excellence continues to drive programme development and management at IPD-OUM. This posture together with extensive resources makes IPD-OUM an excellent and inspiring learning environment for career-minded working adults


  1. Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB)

Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB) was established under the Ministry of Human Resources. When initially-formed in 1993, it was known as the Human Resources Development Council (HRDC) or Majlis Pembangunan Sumber Manusia (MPSM), but was later incorporated and known as PSMB.


The main objective of the PSMB is the imposition and collection of a human resources development levy from the Employers for the purpose of promoting training of employees in workplace, and the establishment and administration of the Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF).