The Secretariat of Tourism of the State (Secture) trains national interlocutors in education and culture, through the forum held in this city by the Federal Tourism Secretariat (Sectur).
The holder of the Secture, said that through the forum, the tourist interlocutors in charge of promoting the preparation of the servers that work within the sector, can count on necessary tools in the 31 states of the country and Mexico City .
Due to the increase in tourist demand for dental work in Mexico and the number of visitors that have appeared in Baja California in recent years, there is a greater responsibility on the part of government agencies to lead the certification.
He mentioned that the forum that is annually held at the national level by the Institute of Tourism Competitiveness (Ictur), was integrated by the hotel sector, restaurants, travel agencies and tour operators.
“As part of these actions, my dependence established the alliance for the promotion of inclusive tourism in Baja California earlier this month in conjunction with the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC) and the State Commission for Human Rights,” express.
This alliance they offer awareness workshops to dignify the treatment and care for people with disabilities so that they can enjoy all the experiences that the entity has. In turn, the general director of the Ictur, said that they offered the segments “Continuous institutional improvement”, “Incremental innovation of training”, “Revolutionary innovation of training” and “Disruptive innovation of training” .
He indicated that more than 60 people participated from the Secretariats of Tourism of Sonora, Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Nuevo Leon, Zacatecas, Mexico City, Colima, Baja California Sur, Guerrero, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Puebla and Tlaxcala. “We made panels, conferences and talks with topics of Official Mexican Standards, Implementation of the Crusade for Tourism Training and Operation of the Connect to Tourism platform, to name a few,” he said.
The training in the field will be in Valle de Guadalupe and La Ruta del Vino, where they will address issues about the importance of training for the development and strengthening of tourism.
The general director of Ictur expressed that they will also address the case of the value chain of the Vine, the System and vine product, as well as the production of wine for food and wine tourism, among others. For its part, said that “Baja California requires actions to improve the quality of services offered to visitors because it is the second favorite destination of Mexicans, which requires us to have qualified and highly educated personnel to attend To visitors”.