Industry development

The scope of this initiative is to reform tourism and hospitality educational and training systems by modernizing schools, community colleges and universities programs to meet the changing needs of the modern tourism industry through upgrading curricula, plan resources and training labs, training teachers, developing school management, and support awareness campaigns for increased enrollment. There will also be a new and innovative program introduced by JTDII to expand availability of trained employees and managers through launching specialized short training courses in safe food handling, first aid, hospitality skills, tourism English and train of trainers program. The training provided by this initiative also extends to the provision of professional training to upgrade hotel concierges by designing, developing and implementing information system which will include where to go, where to eat, activities to do, transportation, and bus services.

Grants

01 June 2010

Implementation of an awareness campaign which will promote JAU/JHS and the hospitality industry in Jordan as a career option for students. Provide full scholarships at JHS to obtain their high...

01 October 2009

Jordan Motorcycle Association has received a grant of JD 37,439 starting from 1 October, 2009 to help it introduce international standards of motorcycle riding safety in coordination with...

01 April 2009

Edom Hotel received a grant to renovate its kitchen to meet food safety and hygiene standards and upgrade rooms to meet 3-star classification standards. Stainless steel shelves and tables,...

01 April 2009

Amra palace Hotel received a grant to help upgrade rooms to meet 1-star classification standards, renovate kitchens to meet food safety and hygiene standards, and upgrade kitchen equipment for...

01 March 2009

Jordan Applied University is a subsidiary of JHTEC, an accredited awarding institution of licensed tour guides in Jordan,...