Pilot Plan to Fill Skills Gap in Cambodia’s Tourism Sector

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Vocational training for high school-aged students interested in a career in the tourism industry will be offered in Cambodia for the first time from September or October this year.

The three-year pilot program, a joint venture between the ministries of tourism and education will be rolled out later this year to train a new generation of skilled workers, said Try Chhiv, Deputy Director-General at the Tourism Ministry.

Equivalent to a high-school degree, the training will equip students with skills for the hospitality industry and other tourism-related fields.

Full story at The Cambodia Daily.

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