The council is expected to involve businesses, theGovernment, training institutions and other stakeholders, who wouldidentify ways to improve training and skills development in thispromising industry amid the global economic integration and intensecompetition.
According to the Vietnam National Administration ofTourism, tourism is one of the country’s major earning sources thanks toits stretching coastline of 3,300km and 7.8 million internationalarrivals each year.
The industry employs 1.7 million workers, including 550,000 direct jobs.
However, Vietnam is lacking standard tourism skills and has failed to meet several needs.
Theworkshop was co-hosted by the General Department of VocationalTraining under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids, and Social Affairs andthe International Labour Organisation (ILO).-VNA
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