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Momodou



Denmark
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Posted - 30 Dec 2007 :  17:12:55  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message
INSTITUTE OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM OF THE GAMBIA (ITTOG)

Development and Success through Learning


APPLY NOW FOR 1 YEAR COURSE IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM

AT THE FIRST TOURISM AND TRAVEL INSTITUTE OF THE GAMBIA FOR A SUBSIDISED FEE OF ONLY D.5,000!

(With the possibility of winning a scholarship to South Nottingham College, UK at the end of your course)

SPACE FOR ONLY 25 STUDENTS AVAILABLE!

Tourism veterans Mr. Adama Bah and Mr. Sheikh Tijan Nyang of ASSET are joining forces with South Nottingham College, UK and some tourism stakeholders to open the First Institute of Travel and Tourism of The Gambia (ITTOG).


The first course is for 1 year and it's a level 3 access to Travel and Tourism which leads to a Diploma in Travel and Tourism. It has been developed to meet the needs of the travel and tourism industry with a focus on independent learning, practical knowledge and skills. It consists of 9 units including the Development and Business of Travel and Tourism, Customer Service and Sales in Travel and Tourism, Marketing and Promotion, Holiday Representatives, Tour
Operations and Tour Guiding Skills and Event Management and Entertainment in Travel and Tourism.

The course is assessed through assignments, realistic role play, course work and also a work experience attachment.

The institute will only admit applicants who have the potential to achieve success through the curriculum offered and therefore basic skills in literacy level 2 tests will be conducted as part of the admission procedure as well as a guidance interview. Mature students with experience are welcome to apply.

The course targets 25 subsidised fee paying students with the following academic qualifications: At least 4 GCE O levels Grade C or above with a pass in English Language or equivalent or a Certificate in Travel and Tourism. The first 25 students to be selected by a panel will only pay D.5000 because the tuition fees are highly subsidised.

Mature students can apply if they have a minimum of two years working experience in the travel and tourism industry or any customer related working environment.

At the end of the course the best 2 students will be offered scholarships by SNC

Selection will be strictly on first qualified first have. Send your applications with photocopies of certificates to the ASSET Administrator: SARA, ASSET OFFICE, OFF Garba Jahumpha RD. P.O.Box 4587 Bakau

Tel: 4497675, 7705550

Adult students must proof work experience with reference from employer/s stating when you started working for them.

Deadline For Applicants: 7th. January 2007

Head of School: Sheikh Tijan Nyang

A clear conscience fears no accusation - proverb from Sierra Leone

jambo



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Posted - 31 Dec 2007 :  11:17:24  Show Profile Send jambo a Private Message
great idea, but such a short window, 30th december closing date 7th jan 2008
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MADIBA



United Kingdom
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Posted - 31 Dec 2007 :  19:14:29  Show Profile Send MADIBA a Private Message
Momodou, i think with the expertise of these gentlemen, the school should be able to produce a highly respectable crop of trained middle-level cadre for the travel and tourist industry.

I have known Mr. Nyang when we shared the same quadrangle building as he was tourism Director then in the early 90s. I know him to be a credible, helpful and hardworking Gambian. So to Koto good luck

madiss
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