Two-day training for homestay owners held in Leh

The two-day training/workshop with regard to homestay owners from the Leh district has been organised Tourism Division, Leh in cooperation with OYO began on May seventeen.

Secretary, Tourism, LACE Ladakh, Kacho Mehboob Ali Khan; Movie director, Tourism, Kunzes Angmo; Assistant Director, Travel and leisure, Spalzes Angmo, plus different homestay proprietors from different towns of Leh area were present.

Swati Sharma, Director, Studying and Development, plus Neetu Sharma, Older Trainer from ESCUCHO, Delhi would be the source individuals for that two-day training programme.

Admin, Tourism, UT Ladakh, Kacho Mehboob Ali Khan shared that will the vision from the UT Administration would be to make Ladakh a distinctive tourism destination advertising responsible and lasting tourism. He additional that with the particular medium of homestays, the administration is designed to expand the particular scope of travel and leisure in the towns, which presently concentrates on a few primary areas. He pressured making homestays the successful model with regard to the promotion associated with tourism in Ladakh without losing the real essence, which usually is based upon its culture, meals, and tradition. This individual highlighted that homestays are means associated with earning a sustenance in the doorstep.

This individual further added that will the collaboration along with OYO to provide training towards the homestay owners in Ladakh would create effective and responsible homestay owners. He guaranteed to provide all of the necessary support plus assistance to the particular homestay owners.

Previously, Director, Tourism Division, Kunzes Angmo stated that 275 homestay owners were chosen for the two-day training. She knowledgeable that the Travel and leisure Department would disperse essential homestay components towards the homestay proprietors and urged all of them to utilize them with regard to the specified objective. She also recommended the homestay proprietors to register their own homestays using the Travel and leisure Department.

Director Travel and leisure stressed that this advertising of homestay will be essential to get tourism and visitors towards the interiors associated with Ladakh. She additional that learning behavior, interactional and bureaucratic skills are required for managing a homestay.

Assistant Director, Travel and leisure Department, Leh, Tsering Spalzes shared that will the training might allow the homestay owners to understand and understand the particular rules of operating a homestay effectively. She added that will homestays could become a income resource generation and indicated hope that individuals would take acquire the most through the training program.

The purpose associated with the two-day coaching programme would be to develop the skills from the homestay owners. The courses would concentrate on numerous subjects related in order to the homestay, this kind of as prerequisites in order to be a homestay owner, expectations associated with guests, how in order to profitably operate a homestay, case studies, plus success stories.

A good interactive session between expert trainers as well as the participant homestay proprietors was also component of the coaching schedule.

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