Local Tourism Competence Centres – The Alternative For The Improvement Of Tourism Personnel In Romania
Since years, Romania is trying to find its way in achieving the development of tourism. Since years, the quality of human resources working in tourism was stressed as a major weakness. The present paper is the result of a common effort of researchers and professionals in tourism from Romania and Germany, who tried to imagine and to plan a local training and competence tourism centre in Suceava – as a pilot structure that could assure an increase the quality of tourism, through courses and hands-on programs delivered to the new or existing employees. The conclusions presented hereby are only the beginning of a common effort keen to identify additional causes and solutions.
Volume (Year): 5 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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