Outstanding Quality Assurance
The Thai Oasis Spa School recently received an award for its Outstanding Quality Assurance for Private Schools from the Office of Private Education Commission, Thailand's Ministry of Education.
Outstanding Teacher of the Year
Thai Oasis Spa trainer, Miss Phimthitiya Phuditsapprakhon (Trainer Ning), received the award for Outstanding Teacher of 2016 for teaching Thai massage and spa therapists. She was recognized by the Chiang Mai Private School Association.
Designated a National Skill Standard Testing Institute
The Thai Oasis Spa School was granted a license by the Department of Skilled Development, Ministry of Labour to perform the National Skill Standards testing for Western Spa Level 1. The Thai Oasis Spa School will be a venue for massage and spa testing and teaching.
First Place in the Excellent Lanna Massage Contest
The Thai Oasis Spa School team won the First Runner-Up Award for "The Excellent Lanna Massage Contest", at Lanna Expo 2017, Chiang Mai International Convention and Exhibition Center.
Massage Teacher Role Model
The representative of Thai Oasis Spa school instructors received certificate for "Massage Teacher Role Model" at Lanna Expo 2017, Chiang Mai International Convention and Exhibition Center. The reward is a part of Thai massage identity and service development project.
Courses Certified for NCBTMB Continuing Education
The Thai Oasis Spa school, Toby Allen, Chief Executive Officer, has been recognized by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic and Body Work (NCBTMB) of the USA. It received approval of 31 courses for Continuing Education Credits. These courses will allow NCBTMB members and students to gain knowledge in the field of Thai spa and wellness industry.
Health Service Provider Coaching
The Thai Oasis Spa School team and Oasis Spa managers received certificate for participating in "Health Service Provider Coaching" at Lanna Expo 2018, Chiang Mai International Convention and Exhibition Center. The coaching aims to help strengthen the potential, skills and experience for providers in Northern region, supported by Department of Health Service Support, Ministry of Public Health
The First Runner-up in the Massage Contest
The Oasis Spa therapist team won 1st runner-up in the Traditional Thai Massage and Swedish Massage contest at the Pattaya Hospitality Challenge Fair recently at the Dusit Thani Hotel Pattaya.
Oasis Spa (Thailand) Awarded "The Best of the Department of Skill Development"
Destiny Enterprises Ltd, the parent company of Oasis Spa, has been recognized as one of the outstanding workplaces in Thailand for empowering employees under the Skill Development Promotion Act. It was awarded "The Best of the Department of Skill Development 2018" by the Thai Ministry of Labor. Oasis Spa is one of just 59 companies receiving this award. The goal of the Department of Skill Development is to recognize those who have made outstanding contributions in the development of skilled labor and thereby contributed to improvement of the Thai labor market.
Outstanding Youth of the Year
Thai Oasis Spa School student, Miss Natthaporn Kaewkamma, received an "Outstanding Youth" award on National Youth Day 2018 from the Association of Private Schools in Chiangmai. The award was given for her dedication to community service for the benefit of others.
Outstanding Teacher of the Year
Thai Oasis Spa School teacher, Miss Ornanong Kaewkamma, received an "Outstanding Teacher" award on National Teacher Day on 16 January 2019. She was recognized by the Chiangmai private association. The award was given for her dedication in teaching her students and for community services.
The first place in massage contest at Lanna Expo
Oasis Spa (Thailand) won "The Best Thai Lanna Massage" at the Lanna Expo 2019. This event was held at the Chiang Mai International Exhibition and Convention Center from 28-30 June 2019. Oasis Spa staff participated in the massage contest that aims to preserve ancient Thai spa wisdom. The winning massage used traditional Thai massage techniques including ancient tok sen, and finger bonding to help fight modern-day fatigue and office syndrome.