Ministry of Tourism, with the Secretariat of National Committee for Tourism Professionals As Skilled Staff Held a Capacity Assessment Program Based on Mechanism of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to 60 Women Who Are Serving with Experiences in Serving Jobs at Home

Ministry of Tourism, with the Secretariat of National Committee for Tourism Professionals As Skilled Staff Held a Capacity Assessment Program Based on Mechanism of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to 60 Women Who Are Serving with Experiences in Serving Jobs at Home

On last 21 – 22 November 2020, Ministry of Tourism, with the Secretariat of National Committee for Tourism Professionals as skilled staff held a capacity assessment program based on the mechanism of recognition of prior learning (RPL) to 60 women who are serving with the experiences in serving jobs at home, within its pilot assessment project in order to help them to get knowledge and professional certificates in the field of room arrangement of hotel service. The Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) was undertaken by National Committee for Tourism Professionals that trained on the technical skills on last 02 weeks, focusing mainly on the some necessary skills and there were direct participation from master of national assessors, and get training from Asian in the framework of regional tourism cooperation, especially under mechanism of Mutual Recognition Arrangement on Asian Tourism Professionals (MRA). In this sense, the capacity assessment program undertaken to experts in other fields who wish to serve in tourism sector, as strategic angle that the Ministry of Tourism laid out in addition to training and capacity building to those who are serving in the goal for advancing human capital in Cambodian tourism sector, which is a foundation for improving competitive advantage in Cambodian tourism sector as well.  The Recognition of Prior Learning was announced to put in use in last 2018 by H.E Thong Khon, Minister of Tourism and President of National Committee for Tourism Professionals, and currently the Ministry of Tourism assessed and recognized capacity of thousands of those who are serving in tourism and there are over 600 master trainers and assessors, 04 assessment centers, and over 20 Asian curriculum based – training schools.