ANAPEC supports tourism stakeholders

These agreements were signed during a workshop organized by the Moroccan Atomic Energy Agency and the International Labor Organization.

Five partnership agreements were recently signed between the National Agency for the Advancement of Employment and Skills (ANAPEC), the National Tourism Federation, the Federation of Self-Driving Car Rentals in Morocco, the National Federation of Moroccan Travel Agencies, and the National Tourism Federation. Tourist Transport and the National Federation of Tourist Restaurants. The purpose of these agreements is to enable companies that are members of these unions to benefit from the support of ANAPEC with regard to recruitment and various employment incentive measures, in particular with regard to the preparation of training procedures that make it possible to enhance the adaptation of new recruits to work stations. , refers to Anapec in a press release.

In detail, the new training offer will cover:

– Travel agencies: language improvement, knowledge of tourist destinations, marketing and communication.

– Car rental agencies: language improvement, marketing and communication.

Catering: managing supplies and inventory, developing language and knowledge of products and services offered internally and by competitors.

Accommodation: language training for employees, knowledge of health and safety at work, and improvement of personal skills.

These agreements were signed during a workshop organized by Anapec and the International Labor Organization (ILO) to recover and validate study recommendations on rapid assessment of companies’ needs in terms of rehabilitation and skills development after the Covid-19 crisis, for the tourism, hotel and restaurant sectors, as part of the STED-AMT project led International Labour Organization. This workshop was attended by professionals from the tourism sector represented by their professional associations, in addition to many partner institutions such as the National Labor Market Observatory, the Higher Planning Commission, the Office of Vocational Training and Employment Promotion, and the ministerial departments for higher education and scientific and vocational research. Training, trade and the digital economy.

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