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Africa Tourism Partners is taking action to support communities by offering continuous development & education for everyone in the hospitality and tourism industry throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic brought extreme challenges to the tourism and hospitality industry globally. This has been devastating to businesses hence the action to support and ensure a strong future with opportunities. Although there are travel restrictions in place to help slow the virus, that should not keep learning and improving your staff’s skills through the COVID-19 era.
Africa Tourism Partners has entered a global partnership with Typsy to provide unlimited access to engaging online learning from some of the world’s best hospitality professionals. Participants can watch over 700 bite-sized videos in the growing library, earn micro-credentials, complete quizzes, gain certificates and download helpful resources. Participants can also submit lessons they have filmed to Typsy and be seen by Typsy’s global audience.
The associate Membership Programme is uniquely designed and positioned to offer professional and expert support to small and medium enterprises, as well as start-ups in travel, tourism and hospitality industry.
Market Access Digital & Social Media Marketing, Traditional Tourism Marketing
Brand Management & Brand Communications
Capacity building, skills development, coaching and mentorship
Product Development and Destination Marketing
Research & Knowledge Management
Digital transformation and innovation
Career Guidance & Development for start-up and youth