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From: China Tibet Online 2011-03-14 16:44:00
by: Jan Chen
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Thubten Khedrup: professional tourism talents needed in Tibet

Prof. Thubten Khedrup, specialist in both education and social work of Tibet, stresses double factors key to qualified tourism talents-professional skills and competence, when talking about the future tourism development of Tibet.

Prof. Thubten Khedrup stresses double factors key to qualified tourism talents-professional skills and competence when talking about the future tourism development of Tibet. [Photo/China Tibet Online]

"Firstly, service is very important as it has direct impact on the quality of tourism. In my over 20 years of teaching experience, I realize that we need to start to nurture tourism professionals from the school period," Prof. Thubten Khedrup said.

"In the curriculum of the first two years of tourism major', basic knowledge about Tibet is taught, including history, culture, geography, economy etc. While for the last two years, special courses will be offered to cater to the interests of students," he added.

"Secondly, qualifications are very important for the career development of our students, including adaptability, service-oriented concept as well as professional skills. Young talents may come across different problems or troubles during their internship. However, in my opinion, experience is invaluable for their future. Through practice, they will learn how to solve problems, meanwhile, their competitiveness will be enhanced." Prof. Thubten Khedrup said,

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