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|NAME OF EVENT||DATE/VENUE||BRIEF DESCRIPTION||PROJECT OFFICER|
|Conduct of Philippine Tourism Destination Inventory||2nd - 4th Quarter 2019 TBA||
Product assessment/inventory of the country’s new tourism offerings which motivate tourists to come. The program will provide a room for product enhancement and provide soft power marketing which identifies uniquely Filipino culture and local cuisines, among others.
The selection of sites will be in coordination with M.I.C.E. for Convention Planners Guide and for creating new packages (which promotes: high spend, long stay and optimum experience) for International Promotions Department’s (IPD) invitational program.
Alberto B. Gadia
Tel: +632 5259318 loc 271
|Conduct of Tourism Marketing Educational Programs||June / August / October 2019 Manila||
This 3-day 3-run seminar/training is aimed to provide up-to-date knowledge and enhanced understanding of the tourism trends, best practices, new marketing approaches to increase marketability of tourism destinations, promote sustainable and responsible tourism and to achieve global competitiveness as well as promote travel excellence. By the end of each seminar, participants from the Local government units (LGUs) and DOT Regional Offices are expected to be enablers in implementing successful tourism destination strategies.
The topic for the year is “Tourism Skills Enhancement for Sustainable Community Development.”
Rona Jean N. Olaivar
Tel: +632 5259318 loc 250
|Conduct of Tourism Advocacy Tour For Public Senior High school teachers||16-17 November 2019 / 30 November - 01 December 2019 TBA||
Travel is inherently unequal. Clearly for people who live a substance lifestyle, or whose monthly wage is entirely devoted to keeping food on the table for family-travel, as we see it, is out of the question. Rich essentially are given opportunities in places where local people are not.
It is a long way off from making sure that anyone who wants to travel can- but new domestic tourism advocacy initiative by TPB is springing up that may allow at least some underprivileged Filipino teachers to see more of the place they live in.
“Tara na Biyahe Tayo” program is an idea of democratizing travel by organizing a trip for underprivileged Public Senior high school teachers.
The objective of the program is to broaden participant horizons that can help them realize that there are lots of possibilities for them in the world beyond that of which they might be aware of. The program also instills a culture of tourism and a sense of Pride of Place for the participants.
Michelle S. Alcantara