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Main points of the presentation. Egyptian Tourism Qualifications. Current Education and Training System in Egypt for Tourism Sector. Challenges Confronting Egyptian Education System. Torino, June, 2010. Tourism Training Council Strategy. . Hussein Badran Counselor - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Egyptian Tourism Federation Role in Egyptian National Qualification Framework

Current Education andTraining System in Egypt for Tourism Sector.Main points of the presentation Challenges Confronting Egyptian Education System Tourism Training Council Strategy.

Egyptian Tourism QualificationsTorino, June, 2010Hussein Badran Counselorof the Minister of Tourism& The Egyptian Tourism Federationfor Human Resources Development & Training

Current Education and Training System in Egypt for Tourism Sectors

Ministry ofEducationMinistry of Higher EducationGeneralTechnicalPrimaryPreparatorySecondaryVocationalTech. Diploma3 yearsTech. Diploma5 yearsMiddle Technical Education(2 Years) Bachelor(4 Years)Ph.D.Post Graduate Diploma (2 Years)MasterLow Grade50 60%Middle Grade60 70%Education and Training Map4

Challenges Confronting Egyptian Education System

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6No education path for vocational graduates

7No recognition for work field experience

8Validation for certificates is accredited by only one ministry or one authority

9Lack of quality assurance system for education verification, accreditation and recognition

10Mismatch between education and labour market11

Specific Challenges Confronting Education and Training System in Egypt

First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training.

First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training.

Tourism Education Graduates12.6 %First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market.

First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market. Education System(Supply)Tourism Industry (Demand)

First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market.

Tourism Workforce Exporting Governorates

Governorates Exporting Tourism Workforce to South SinaiFirst: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market.

Governorates Exporting Tourism Workforce to Red SeaFirst: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market.

First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market.

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First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market. 7- Absence of a National Skills Development System

First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market. 7- Absence of a National Skills Development System8 - Absence of workforce accreditation system (inactivated NSSP project).

First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market. 7- Absence of a National Skills Development System8 - Absence of workforce accreditation system (inactivated NSSP project).9 - Abstain of youngsters to work in remote areas.

First: Challenges Stemming from Governmental Policies concerning Education and Training. 1- Disregarding of human factor in national development plans.2- Deficiency and inadequacy of educational outputs.3- Dispropartionate between education and tourism bodies.4- Mal distribution of tourism education/ training providers. 5- Disregardin of education providers and labor generating governarates. 6- Absence of institutional framwork that connects education and the market. 7- Absence of a National Skills Development System8 - Absence of workforce accreditation system (inactivated NSSP project).9 - Abstain of youngsters to work in remote areas.10 - Adoption of linear instead of cluster development plans.

Second: Challenges Stemming from Tourism sector Policies

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Second: Challenges Stemming from Tourism sector Policies

1- Weakness of existing workforce skills.2- Lack of training awareness.3- Weakness of training capacity of the tourism establishments.4- Investors lack of participation in education and training .5- unqualified graduates of private tourism educational institution.6- Labor high turn over.7- Deficiency of labor/room ratio (0.7 ).8- Employing unqualified employees to cut costs.

Second: Challenges Stemming from Tourism sector Policies

1- Weakness of existing workforce skills.2- Lack of training awareness.3- Weakness of training capacity of the tourism establishments.4- Investors lack of participation in education and training .5- unqualified graduates of private tourism educational institution.6- Labor high turn over.7- Deficiency of labor/room ratio (0.7 ).8- Employing unqualified employees to cut costs.

Second: Challenges Stemming from Tourism sector Policies

1- Weakness of existing workforce skills.2- Lack of training awareness.3- Weakness of training capacity of the tourism establishments.4- Investors lack of participation in education and training .5- unqualified graduates of private tourism educational institution.6- Labor high turn over.7- Deficiency of labor/room ratio (0.7 ).8- Employing unqualified employees to cut costs.

Second: Challenges Stemming from Tourism sector Policies

1- Weakness of existing workforce skills.2- Lack of training awareness.3- Weakness of training capacity of the tourism establishments.4- Investors lack of participation in education and training .5- unqualified graduates of private tourism educational institution.6- Labor high turn over.7- Deficiency of labor/room ratio (0.7 ).8- Employing unqualified employees to cut costs.

Second: Challenges Stemming from Tourism sector Policies

1- Weakness of existing workforce skills.2- Lack of training awareness.3- Weakness of training capacity of the tourism establishments.4- Investors lack of participation in education and training .5- unqualified graduates of private tourism educational institutions.6- Labor high turn over.7- Deficiency of labor/room ratio (0.7 ).8- Employing unqualified employees to cut costs.

Second: Challenges Stemming from Tourism sector Policies

1- Weakness of existing workforce skills.2- Lack of training awareness.3- Weakness of