MINISTRY OF TOURISM HOLDS COMMUNITY TOURISM TRAINING WORKSHOP

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The community training workshop which was labeled “The Community and You” was held under the theme for Tourism Month 2020 (being celebrated from 1st – 30th November), which is Tourism- People, Product, Purpose # Planning for Posterity.

The purpose of this training according to the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Carlene Henry-Morton, is to “place our residents and our tourism stakeholders at the forefront of all tourism-focused development as their contributions, their ideas and abiding sense of focus/purpose, are key to a dynamic, competitive and sustainable tourism product.”

“Today’s workshop is a follow-up to a virtual workshop held from 22nd -24th  September and the Walking Tours series held last year, which saw 80 plus individuals: tour guides, farmers, and micro and small businesses owners from over six parishes, completing the five-day theory and practice training, to increase their knowledge of our rich history and culture, strengthen their operations, and improve their business sustainability.”

“We are serious about delivering on our mandate at the Ministry of Tourism, and one of our major priorities is to help operating and prospective tourism-related small businesses to remain viable,” said Ms. Morton.

“I must commend the 20 plus participants who have enrolled for this workshop. It says that you are making it your business to equip yourselves to look after your business,” she said.

“We have among us persons involved in folklore, farmers, entertainers, and songwriters, tour operators, agro-processors, craft and jewelry designers, artists. We recognize and applaud that initiative and willingness to access the technical support that will equip you with some basic business survival skills, help you to establish or maintain strong business networks and increase opportunities to earn decent livelihoods as you work to be independent and self-sufficient,” said the Permanent Secretary.

She implored the stakeholders to seize the opportunity and make good use of the practical ideas, business techniques, and proven practices to help them adapt and grow during and well beyond the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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