(HBO) – Implementing Action Programme No. 15- CTr/TU dated September 22, 2017 of the Standing Board of the provincial Party Committee on the performance of the Politburo’s Resolution No. 08-NQ/TW dated January 16, 2017 on turning tourism into a spearhead economic sector in the 2017- 2022 period, Hoa Binh province has promoted the development of human resources for the tourism industry and organised training courses to improve professional skills for state management officials and tourism companies.

There are many tourist attractions in Na Phon commune, Mai Chau district.

Every year, the provincial Steering Committee for Tourism arranges trips for its members to exchange experiences relating to tourism development management in a number of provinces and cities, whose tourism sectors have developed such as Quang Binh, Quang Nam, Khanh Hoa, Quang Ninh, Thua Thien-Hue and Da Nang.


The province prioritises developing human resources towards professionalism, civilisation and improving their competitiveness to meet the needs of tourists. Attention will be paid to on-the-spot training at resorts, tourist attractions, hotels and restaurants, especially at Hoa Binh lake and Mai Chau tourist areas. Priority will be given to supporting professional training for ethnic minorities engaged in tourism in community-based tourism villages.

Over the past five years, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism has coordinated with a number of universities and colleges to organise 30 courses for 1,630 participants. They include six training courses on One Commune One Product (OCOP) rural tourism services in Mai Chau, Tan Lac, Cao Phong and Da Bac districts.

The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development held training courses to improve the quality of human resources in the field of tourism service business, focusing on supporting start-ups, transport businesses and households that engage in community-based tourism.

The Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs asked vocational training institutions to offer training on tour guides, cooking and receptionists for households that offer homestay services as well as restaurants in the districts of Da Bac, Mai Chau, Kim Boi, Cao Phong, Tan Lac and Hoa Binh city to contribute to promoting tourism development in general and community-based tourism in particular./.



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