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13/12/2012 11:40:47

Haiti - Tourism : Professional training in hospitality in Barbados
As part of the support in continuous training to its members, the Tourist Association of Haiti (ATH) has joined the CDB (Caribbean Developpment Bank), to allow 8 Haitian nationals [Nathalie Pierre, Martine Charles, Jean-Will Elizer, France Euphonise Vixamar, Emmanuel Girault Carl Jr., Pascale Marie-Josée Saint-Fleur, Steeve Delva and Ronald Bonne-Anné], to attend internships in professional training of 3 weeks in Barbados.

Participants who have benefited from this program are employees five hotels members of the ATH : Karibe, Kinam, Le Plaza, Montana and the Visa Lodge. 6 of them have completed their internship at Crane Residential Resort and 2 to Accra Beach Hotel and Spa of establishments of great standing in Barbados, where they followed training in Front Desk Operations and Food and Management.

Please note that this initiative is one of the activities organized by the ATH, in the development of human resources in order to meet needs of its members in areas such as promotion, administration, the various technical services that can improve the structure of their businesses and the quality of services offered to customers.

The ATH take this opportunity to thank the CBD, BHTA, Accra Beach and Hotel Spa and Crane Residential Resort, for all the support given to the delegates of Tourism of Haiti.

Learn more about the ATH :
The Tourism Association of Haiti, is a national non-profit founded in 1951 by tourism operators and recognized of public utility in 1956. (Moniteur No. 62 of June 16, 1956). ATH's mission is to be the voice of the different activities of the tourism industry and as such, it represents, protects, manages, trains and informs its members to enable them to adapt to new realities and improve the performance of their businesses. Today it includes dozens of members operating in the following sectors: Hotels, Restaurants, Art Galleries and Crafts, Airlines, Travel Agencies, Receptive Agencies, Tour operators, Marina, Land Transport, Attractions etc... It also has many affiliated members belonging to various industries providing goods and services to members.

Learn more about CBD :
The "Caribbean Developpment Bank" was founded in 1969 in Jamaica. Its mission is to contribute to the harmonious development and to the economic growth of the countries of the Caribbean region, giving priority to the needs of the less developed members. Since 24 January 2007, Haiti [French only country out of 27 countries] is a member of the Caribbean Development Bank.

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