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The students further had the opportunity to get an impression of Singapore and its constant need for innovation and change in order to remain a competitive travel destination.
Whereas it was the first time for TDM staff and students to visit Sri Lanka, the programme has a longer history with Bali as the destination for the third and final assignment of Phase 2.
Over decades, the island has been receiving vast numbers of visitors from all over the world making it one of the most popular travel places in Asia Pacific. Bali is a well- one might say overdeveloped tourism destination; therefore represents an ideal contrast to Sri Lanka.
However, our students were now expected to reach a higher level of detail, being able to develop and communicate strategic advice to tourism stakeholders of Bali that were attending their final presentations.
Our student Claire Netherlands wrote about the Bali assignment, her expectations for the last month of Phase 2 and the research area of her team: New month — new adventure! They were introduced to different players operating in the industry with the opportunity of asking questions relevant to their data collection.
The single research teams also had the opportunity for consultancy sessions with the present TDM lecturers, discussing their new research areas and assignments.
Here you can read a blog of Ariana Germany in which she summarizes the assignment and findings of her research team: Our students ready and excited for their final presentations of Phase 2 Presenting their findings to the audience After the last presentation there was only one thing left to do — celebrating.
All members of the TDM class successfully completed Phase 2. They can be proud of what they have achieved and of how they performed throughout this unique learning experience.
Entering Phase 3 of the programme requires them to individually conduct research and write their dissertation which will complete the Master in Tourism Destination Management.After the 18 month field test has concluded, the final segment of this process will be to revisit steps B-3 and C This work involves redrafting the standards with stakeholders and operators who have participated in the pilot certification program.
After completion of steps B-3 . This information provides answers to students about fieldwork requirements, supervision, grading, difficulties with supervisors, failing, unfair treatment, accommodations for a disability, and international fieldwork.
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Work Package 9: Culture and Tourism Final Report Contract: CE16BAT Work Package 9: Culture and Tourism.
This report is part of a study carried out by a Team selected by the Evaluation Unit, DG Regional and Urban Policy, European Commission, through a call for tenders by ERDF strategies: evidence from fieldwork. T/F Hospitality and tourism employees face very few ethical decisions in their work.
true T/F Professionalism is an important characteristic for hospitality and tourism employees to have. AND TOURISM SAMPLE EXAM QUESTIONS.
SAMPLE HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM EXAM 1 1. Torts relating to misrepresented facts about a business's goods or services may be subject to a lawsuit SAMPLE HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM EXAM 2 A business improves its technology so it can better meet customer wants and needs.
A. quality of work life. C.