Development of the Tourism Professionalization Strategy: Accommodation – Join the discussion

Tourism professionalization is an important step towards ensuring that the tourism sector operates in a responsible and sustainable manner, and that tourism professionals are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to meet the needs of the sector. Urban-Econ Development Economists was appointed by Department of Tourism’s to develop a Tourism Sector Professionalization Strategy.

As part of the stakeholder engagement process, a series of five online engagements will be conducted to provide insight and gather input for the development of the strategy. Each engagement presents an opportunity for stakeholders to provide input on key issues relating to sector service standards, skills development and training, professional conduct, occupational development, recruitment abilities, and experience expectations.

Date:            Tuesday 23 May 2023

Time:           09h00-12h00

Location:     Virtual meeting link: Click here to join the meeting

For more information- feel free to contact me at: elana@urban-econ.com

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