9th UNWTO Asia/Pacific Executive Training Programme on Tourism Policy and Strategy

Date

28 April 2015 - 1 May 2015

South Palms Resort Panglao
Bohol
Philippines

 
Since 2006, the UNWTO has convened the Asia/Pacific Executive Training Programme on Tourism Policy and Strategy. This high level executive training programme provides a platform for policy makers to get together for exchanging ideas on current tourism issues. Through a series of lectures, group discussions, debates, and presentations, the training program seeks to provide a forum to assist senior officials of UNWTO members of Asia and the Pacific in gaining a better understanding of the latest trends in tourism management and provide a knowledge and experience sharing platform on good practices in successful policy and strategy formulation and implementation. The training programme enables participants to improve their strategic tourism management skills and, through the network of contacts, further develop these capacities going forward. 
 
This year’s program, which is entitled Community Based Development and Tourism Recovery, is being once again financed by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea will be held in Bohol, Philippines, from 28 April to 1 May 2015.

Please refer to Technical Note, Speakers Guidelines, General Information Note, Application Form and the Invitation Letter provided. Further information including Presentation template will be published in due course.

 
To view the past years' event, please visit here.
 
The official photos from previous year's Executive Training Program can be found here.
 
The official video from previous year's Executive Training Program can be found here.

General Documents

Final Report

Programme

List of Participants

Invitation Letter

Application Form

General Information Note

Technical Note

Guidelines for Country Presentation

Templates for Country Presentation - Communicity Development or Recovery Tourism


Country Presentation Files

Theme 1. Community Based Development

 
Theme 2. Tourism Recovery