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Bohol, now declared ‘school for tourism’

BOHOL, along with other key tourist destinations in the country would be the training ground for the country’s tourism ambassadors as the government launches an apprenticeship program for students taking tourism related courses.

Through Secretary Joseph Ace Durano, the government recently launched Department of Tourism’s Apprentice Program.

The program allows the exposure of students in tourism-related courses to be immersed or exposed in the country’s top destinations.

In reports, Secretary Durano said the program is another DOT “investment” in training students to become tourism ambassadors.

With Bohol as learning areas for tourism apprentices are Davao, Palawan, Boracay, Cebu, Iloilo and Bacolod.

The apprentice program includes graduating students from private schools as well as state-owned schools with the support of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

At its launching, 19 schools have been included in the program and the DOT expects to expand the program to more schools offering tourism related courses.

Students eligible for the program are those from Arellano University, University of Sto. Tomas, Centro Escolar University, Colegio de San Juan de Letran and College of the Holy Spirit.

De Ocampo Memorial School, Emilio Aguinaldo College, St. Scholastica’s College, Sta. Catalina College, University of Manila, San Beda College, University of the East.

Far Eastern University, Feati University, Lyceum of the Philippines, Philippine Women’s University, San Sebastian College Recoletos, St. Jude College and St. Paul University, Manila. (source: the bohol standard)

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