Focused on 'Emiratisation', the programme aims to maximise the potential of the UAE workforce
As part of its mandate to promote tourism as a rewarding career option for Emiratis and UAE-based professionals, the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) has unveiled a revamped calendar of training programmes and 'Emiratisation' initiatives for Q2 2022.
The programme aims to support the growth and development of those already working in the private sector and encourage enrolment in training courses.
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Created by DCT Abu Dhabi’s Emiratisation and Capability Development Section, the initiatives aim to generate greater Emirati participation in Abu Dhabi’s tourism activities, outlining qualifications and skills required for a hospitality career pathway.
DCT Abu Dhabi director general for Tourism Saleh Mohammed Al Geziry said: “We have an outstanding Emirati and international talent pool in Abu Dhabi, with the necessary skills and aptitudes to succeed in the emirate’s exciting and rapidly growing tourism sector. Through this revamped Emiratisation and sector-wide training programme, we can maximise the potential of our UAE workforce, fulfil our strategic goal to create a thriving and diverse tourism eco-system, and build bridges between cultures by allowing visitors to meet and interact with both Emiratis and a range of other nationalities across our tourism assets.”
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The calendar was announced during a sector meeting hosted by DCT Abu Dhabi and attended by 72 representatives from 42 of Abu Dhabi’s leading hotels and attractions.
For more information, visit www.tcaabudhabi.ae