Algeria and Tunisia signed Monday in Algiers three twinning agreements between training institutions in the field of tourism, to exchange their experiences and strengthen bilateral cooperation in this field.
The signing ceremony was chaired by Minister of National Planning, Tourism and Craft Industry Amar Ghoul and the ambassador of Tunisia to Algiers Abdelmadjid Ferchichi.
The two agreements were signed by Director of the National Hotel and Tourism Institute of Boussaada (INHT) Larbi Khiri and Director of competence development at Tunisian Ministry of Tourism and Craft Industry Saad Khemiri to encourage the exchange of experiences between INHT’s managers and trainers and the Tunisian Tourism School El-Kantaoui.
Thanks to these two agreements, training sessions will be organized for trainers and trainees, in addition to the exchange of programs, pedagogical references and teaching methodologies between the two institutions.
The two agreements also provide for the planning of short-term training sessions (15 days) in both institutions for Algerian and Tunisian trainers in the field of tourism and hotel business.
The third agreement was signed by Director of Tizi Ouzou’s INHT Nabil Boulemkhali and the technical Director of Tourism Training Centre of Hammamet Lasaad Djelidi.
This agreement will allow organizing training sessions and workshops for Algerians in the Tunisian city of Hammamet and also organizing various activities with the participation of the two countries’ trainers in the field of hotel management.