By Soulaphone Kanyaphim
(KPL) The National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality has planned to open the first international-level two-year courses on tourism and hospitality as the construction of its new premises is under construction.
The construction of such premises of the Institute at the Parkpasack Technical College is financed by the Luxembourg government.
On Tuesday, the Institute held a workshop gathering representatives of related organisations to enrich their career
The event saw the presence of Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Borsengkham Vongdala, representatives from the Luxemburg government, the Singaporean government and relevant international organizations.
On the occasion, Minister Borsengkham presented certificates to the officials of the Institute who have graduated from a training of trainers on tourism and hospitality business from the Temasek Technique College in Singapore..