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Nan a drenta funshon mesora!  13 hóben a finalisá kurso di  ‘Guia Turístiko i Hospitalidat’ ku éksito  / 13 Young adults Successfully Complete  Tourist Guide and Hospitality Course Getting to work right away!

Nan a drenta funshon mesora!  13 hóben a finalisá kurso di  ‘Guia Turístiko i Hospitalidat’ ku éksito

 WILLEMSTAD- 25 di sèptèmber 2018 – Resientemente 13 hóben a gradua komo guia turístiko despues di a sigui un kurso intensivo di ‘Tourist Guide & Hospitality’. E kurso a keda inisiá aña pasá sèptèmber dor di Ofisina di Turismo di Kòrsou (CTB) den estrecho koperashon ku Reda Sosial, SOAW i One Curaçao e organisashon sertifiká di ‘Tourist Guide & Hospitality Training’ kual tabata enkargá ku e kurso. E programa di sertifikashon pa hóbennan entre 18 i 33 aña a pèrkurá pa e partisipantenan risibí un kurso intensivo di Guia Turístiko i Hospitalidat. Durante un seremonia spesial e 13 graduadonan a risibí nan diploma for di man di Promé Minister sr. Eugene Rhuggenaath, Minister di Desaroyo Ekonómiko Dr. Steven Martina i Minister di Desaroyo Sosial, Labor i Bienestar sr. Hensley Koeiman.

E hóbennan a risibí un diploma kual ta rekonosé pa World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations. Ademas di esaki, nan lo ta e promé ku lo haña un “Blue Badge” aprobá i rekonosé dor di CTB. Mayoria di e graduadonan a drenta sektor turístiko kaba i ta laborando komo guia turístiko. CTB di su banda tambe ta dunando nan e oportunidat pa traha komo guia turístiko pa gruponan ku ta bin for di eksterior.

CTB, Reda Sosial, SOAW i One Curaçao ta felisitá, Damaris Sambo kual a resultá di ta e mihó graduado, Anaïs Godfried Arundel, Berliza Jansen, Christy Mendes Brazao, Dewi Pomario, Ian de Windt, Jonathan Estanista, Quincy Carolus, Ray de Keyzer, Riangelo Jones, Ryan Quinland, Tyrone Brunken i Amaries-Anne Koeiman ku e logro importante aki. CTB i su partnernan ta deseá kada graduado hopi éksito den nan karera komo guia turístiko i ta konta ku nan lo sa di bende Kòrsou di un manera ku ta inolvidabel pa nos bishitantenan. Masha Pabien!

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13 Young adults Successfully Complete  Tourist Guide and Hospitality Course Getting to work right away!

 

WILLEMSTAD- September 25, 2018- Thirteen young adults have recently graduated as tour guides, after completing an intensive Tourist Guide and Hospitality Course. The course, which began last year in September, was provided by the Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB) in close collaboration with Reda Sosial, the Ministry of Social Development, Labor and Wellbeing, and One Curaçao, which was the Tourist Guide & Hospitality Training certified organization in charge of organizing the course. The young adults between 18 and 33 years of age received an intensive Tourist Guide & Hospitality course. During a special ceremony, the 13 graduates were handed their diplomas by the Prime Minister, Eugene Rhuggenaath, the Minister of Economic Development, Dr. Steven Martina and the Minister of Social Development, Labor and Wellbeing, Hensley Koeiman. 

The diplomas handed to these young adults are accredited by the World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations. Additionally, these graduates will be the first ones to receive a Blue Badge approved and recognized by the CTB. Most of the graduates are already working in the tourism industry as tourist guides. The CTB is also offering them the opportunity to work as tourist guides with groups arriving from abroad.

The CTB, Reda Sosial, SOAW and One Curaçao wish to congratulate Damaris Sambo, who graduated first in her group, Anaïs Godfried Arundel, Berliza Jansen, Christy Mendes Brazao, Dewi Pomario, Ian de Windt, Jonathan Estanista, Quincy Carolus, Ray de Keyzer, Riangelo Jones, Ryan Quinland, Tyrone Brunken and Amaries-Anne Koeiman on this important milestone. The CTB and its partners’ best wishes go to all graduates in their career as tourist guides. We are fully confident that they will be able to promote the island of Curaçao well and offer our visitors an unforgettable experience. Congratulations!

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