Our most shared articles of 2015 from the TrainingAid Ideas & Insights Blog. As we welcome the year 2016, here's a quick look back at some of the key tourism, training, business and sustainability-related topics we've discussed and explored in the past year.
Talent development in tourism is not just about jobs for those in the industry; it’s also a critical component of the growth of the industry as a whole, because the workforce supporting the industry is a necessary ingredient enabling innovation in tourism.
The UNWTO conference aims to foster dialogue and share good practices in innovative tourism education and research which enhance tourism practices both in public and private sectors and contribute to the human resource development nurturing future leaders in tourism.
Focusing exclusively on sustainable and responsible tourism news, Travindy reports on the innovations, insights and issues shaping a sustainable future for tourism. TrainingAid is pleased to collaborate with Travindy as a partner.
Sustainability for Tour Operators training seminars by Travelife and PATA, Pacific Asian Travel Association, in Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and Vietnam, August-September 2015.
The Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) in association with the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) will be conducting a Sustainable Tourism Training Class in Bangkok, Thailand from September 15-17, 2015.
The Università della Svizzera italiana in partnership with the UNESCO chair in ICT to develop and promote sustainable tourism in World Heritage Sites are offering an massive open online course on eTourism: Communication Perspectives.
Black Sea Sustainable Rural Tourism Program to Bring Together Partners from Ukraine, Turkey and Georgia
TrainingAid is excited to be part of the Black Sea Sustainable Rural Tourism Program, an integrated rural tourism initiative focused on the sustainable destination development and ecotourism opportunities in the Black Sea Region.
The International Conference on Ecotourism in Protected Areas in Myanmar, May 19-21, 2015, focuses on ecotourism planning and management in and around protected areas to strengthen livelihoods and conservation and to contribute to adaptation.
The Center for Responsible Travel report on responsible tourism trends shows that sustainability is critical to not only because of our social and moral responsibilities, but also for business success in today's increasingly conscious consumer markets.