Project on strengthening capability of Mongolia's tourism workforce to be implemented www.montsame.mn
Ulaanbaatar /MONSTAME/ On June 7, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism and the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) signed a Record of Discussions for implementing the project ‘Strengthening the Capability of the Mongolian Tourism Workforce’ between 2019 and 2020.
The KRW 564 million-worth project will devise a master plan for strengthening the capability of Mongolia's tourism workforce and a training program based on the master plan, and organize a pilot training session as per the training program.
An international standard system for preparing and upskilling the tourism workforce including hotel staff, guides and others will be created as a result of the project, improving the services provided for tourists and making the tourists contented.
Under the project, South Korean tourism and hospitality professionals will work in Mongolia to formulate the training program and master plan for 2020-2025.
The project is greatly significant to implement the National Tourism Program passed by the cabinet and will make a remarkable contribution to the development of Mongolia’s tourism industry.