The Ministry of Culture and Tourism said the hospitality sector is registering progress providing standard services as to the dictates of modern time.
Speaking at a workshop organized for hoteliers Tuesday, State Minister Tadelech Dalecho said the Ministry is building hotel industry professionals capacity to enable them provide internationally competitive service.
She further said such training would benefit hotel managers and owners to maximize their efficiency in service provision. "Our aim is creating world class hotel service providers."
According to the State Minister, over 200 hotels are rendering standard service nationwide.
Catering and Tourism Training Institute under the Ministry is playing an indispensable role in providing competent and experienced human power in the country, she said.
Tourism Trainer and Lesotho Accommodation Quality Star Grading Programme Team Leader James Macgragor told The Ethiopian Herald that sustainability and hotel management are the core values that hotel investors should uphold. "This training would enable hotel owners to do more regarding quality service provision and guaranteeing environmental sustainability.
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