Tourism Human Resource Development
Tourism Board in a nutshell.
Message from the Chairperson
I am honored and thankful to be elected as Chairman of the Tourism Board (Tourism Industry Board Foundation Inc.).
Taking the Chairman's seat during this crucial time of recovery for one of the most badly hit industries in the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic is no easy task. However, I am greatly blessed to have a dynamic and passionate team of industry experts, company captains, tourism government officials and renowned hospitality academe heads to help me take on this challenge.
Hospitality & Tourism Leaders
Manila, Philippines (December 13, 2022) – The Republic of the Philippines together with the ASEAN countries held the 8th Manila International Dialogue on Human Trafficking in Manila, Philippines. Philippines is the host country in this event in which Undersecretary-in-Charge of IACAT Nicholas Felix L. Ty led together with Officers from the National Oversight Committees, Task Forces on Trafficking in Persons of Southeast Asian Nations, parallel to the Philippines’ Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking and other 18 foreign governments that signed The Dialogue which was borne out of the Manila Declaration to Enhance International Cooperation to Combat Trafficking in Persons.
A Free Webinar via Zoom
As part of the collaborative effort between TIBFI and Rex Education, a series of webinars was discussed that would highlight topics that are beneficial to both organizations. The webinar is offered by DOT and TIBFI to be hosted by AAHRMEI and supported by Rex Education.
The pandemic continues to have far-reaching effects across all industries and a flexible workplace model could be the solution. This is a masterclass to help the Government, Academe, and Industry sectors get a good grasp of this paradigm shift.
The recent pandemic accelerated the adventure traveler’s need to connect to nature, to the land, and to immerse themselves in cultures different from their own. From learning the local language, or cooking local recipes, or even joining a dancing or music class, and understanding the amazing biodiversity around them, who better than Indigenous tourism professionals to take them on this journey? And how can we ensure experiences are making positive impacts on local communities?