Online workshop to discuss with tourism & hospitality educators the relevance of green skills for the tourism workforce. In view of COVID-19 and its ongoing impacts, enhancing sustainability has become
Online workshop to discuss with tourism & hospitality educators the relevance of green skills for the tourism workforce.
In view of COVID-19 and its ongoing impacts, enhancing sustainability has become more relevant and urgent than ever before for the tourism industry.
As tourism and hospitality is a labor-intensive industry, it is indisputable that human resources are essential to convert into action any sustainability strategy or policy. A workforce that is equipped with knowledge and skills for more sustainable operations is a great asset for any tourism provider to smoothly adapt to customers’ demand for more responsible travel experiences.
By training the responsible workers of tomorrow and implementing green practices in their own operations, educational institutions can accelerate the sector’s transition to a more environmentally responsible business model.
Discussions will focus on the following topics:
- Green skills for the citizens of tomorrow
- Tourism and environment
- Green skills as an asset for employability
Tourism and Hospitality teachers and trainers.
With a view to encouraging participants to increasingly integrate environmental considerations in training, the event will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of:
- The importance for the industry to operate more responsibly and to be more environmentally sustainable
- The role that human resources play in responsible business operations
- The importance for young people, especially future tourism professionals, to develop green skills
Online workshop. The session will include interactive activities such as quizzes and exchanges with industry players who will provide valuable insights on the topic.
Virtual Event Details
Event has already taken place!
(Friday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm(GMT+07:00) View in my time
MeTag - Expert Group on Education & Research