File: Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism& Antiquities organizes training course for a number of workers at Al Moez Street.
CAIRO - 13 March 2021: The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities organized a training course for 29 workers at Al Moez Street in the Old Cairo Region, among the workers were civil security personnel, as a part of the Ministry's plan to uplift people working in the tourism sector in tourism and hotel establishments, museums and archaeological sites nationwide.
Dr. Soha Bahgat, Advisor to the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities for Training Affairs, indicated that this training course was organized as a part of the Ministry's training plan, which is being implemented under the name of the "Tourism Ambassadors" program, funded by Alex Bank and implemented by the Rythm Training Institution accredited by the Institute of Hospitality in the Kingdom.
The institute aims to raise tourism awareness among workers in tourist and hotel facilities, museums and archaeological sites and introduce them to the proper behaviors that must be followed with tourists and visitors to be ambassadors for the country while dealing with visitors in tourist and archaeological sites.
Dr. Soha Bahgat added that through the "Tourism Ambassadors" program, training courses have been organized for workers in a number of archaeological sites at a regional level, including Luxor, Saqqara Antiquities, Qaitbay Citadel, Saladin Citadel, Royal Carriages Museum, Baron Palace.
The training courses are all scheduled during the coming period, the next one will be for employees of the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization and more will be done rest of the archaeological sites nationwide.