.To: Mr. Caluana
As insructed by ESL, I'd like to inform you of the following:
1) Instead of going for KEDA Cooking School, ESL opts to enroll our prospects as students at PESLA Cooking School. Not only it much less expensive but it has also a Dormitory where our prospects can stay. They teach commercial cooking and international cuisine. (Please see the attached prospectus/brochure)
Fees for 1 student:
$6000 enrolmentt fee, which includes materials and ingredients for cooking
(schedule : Wed to Friday x 10 weeks)
$750 - dorm fee
$1500 - meals in a month (ESL's suggestion)
$1500 - allowance (ESL's suggestion)
Total - $ 9,250
2) Below are JESTA Technical Trainers who will help us train our people to operate heavy equipment, industrial automation, hydraulic systems, and welding, as well as providing technical courses and programs:/ or who we'll plan to commission to do an audit and evaluation of our technical courses and programs in welding, industrial automation and hydraulic systems:
1) Justin Tejada ( Automation Teacher )
2) Kurt Yoda ( Welding Teacher)
3) Clark Senti (Heavy Equipments Trainer)
We plan to bring them into the company to check our working practice or do an audit over 3 days before the German trainers come.
ESL and I also want to go with the trainers' schedule to check our facilities, so we should visit a mine and thereby more or less will have an idea with regards to our facilities. This would also help me greatly as a recruitment officer so I'll know what to expect and have a better knowledge of our systems..and I would also know what type of skills are needed in the people we will hire in the future.
ESL wants us to give these trainers an honorarium of 50 thousand dollars for their services to us.
An honorarium is a sum of money given to someone in return for services for which they do not usually charge. Here it seems that what you mean is a fee for professional services, which are normally charged by the organization.
3) Attached are details of some prospects for Mechanical Engineers and Electrical Engineers. They don't have any formal experience as cadet trainee/apprentice engineers, but they are really recommended by our contact instructors. They said that these people could handle the tasks and really know the details of the job.
Thank you very much
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