Tourism Professionalization Strategy Online Stakeholder Engagement: Hospitality Group

The Department of Tourism is in the process of developing the Tourism Sector Professionalization
Strategy and would like to solicit input from sector role-players relating to:


➢ the process of developing and improving the skills, and qualifications of individuals and
organizations involved in the tourism sector.
➢ the adoption of professional standards, certification programs, training and education, and the
establishment of a code of ethics and professional conduct.
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.

FEDHASA members are invited the Hospitality Group online stakeholder engagement:

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