MoHT minister attends human resource development, future tourism workshop (part II)

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Union Minister for Hotels and Tourism Dr Htay Aung attended the Human Resource Development and Future Tourism Workshop (Part II) held by the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism through videoconferencing yesterday morning in Nay Pyi Taw.
At the workshop, the Union minister said the workshop aimed to continue to discuss the systematic and sustainable development of future tourism with four development sectors: the development of strategies, the development of human resources, tourism education development and the hotel and tourism sector as a whole based on the discussions of the workshop (Part I) held last week.
The staff of the ministry must study and implement projects issued at the international level, national level, and the ministry level for the development of the tourism sector, in addition to sharing individual lessons learned and practical skills, he added.
He said the Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister pays special attention to the development of human resources. As COVID-19 is a global crisis and we have to work with it for a long time, we must work to provide safe services to our passengers, he continued.
He also highlighted the need for hotels and hostels to apply for national certification of Enchanting Myanmar Health and Safety Protocol (HSP) and strive to upgrade to international standards, and obtain relevant licenses under the law in implementing systematic and sustainable development of tourism.
Discussions were held on four topics in four groups: development of strategies, human resources development, tourism education and the development of the hotel and tourism sector as a whole. Representatives from the groups conducted panel discussions on the respective topics. The Director-General added suggestions on the presentations of the groups and Director U Zeya Myo Aung briefed on the results of the workshop.
Upon the presentation, the Union minister said it is necessary to study in line with international standards and systematically implement them with appropriate detailed plans, in implementing the four topics. He added the need to be qualified persons, in addition to obtaining certificates, and to make efforts to get the right people in the right place in the implementation of the assignment.
Those who participated in the discussion were awarded certificates, it is reported. — MNA

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