Tourism education is the way tourist destinations prepare human resources to be able to work professionally in the development of tourism sectors.
It is important that African institutions and national authorities are able and willing to invest in improving tourism skills.
It is the largest employer of migrant workers, part-time workers, women and young people. In this regard, the World Tourism Organization (WTO) is in the process of rolling out online programs to provide tourism education around the world.
Nyasha K Mutizwa speaks to Kojo Bentum-Williams, Managing Editor of VoyagesAfriq Travel Magazine (a partner to the UNWTO) to find out more.
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