Brazilian government will provide 240 000 places for tourism training
Brasilia. – President Rousseff announced today that his government will provide 240 000 training places for free in 30 areas related to tourism with a view to major sporting events to be organized by Brazil in the coming years.
“The government is offering free courses for the improvement of those already working in the tourism and also for formaciÃn new workers wishing to enter this sector perform,” said Rousseff in his usual Monday radio program Coffee with the president.
He said that on Friday next open enrollment for 40 000 places of travel agents, waitress, maid and receptionist of events, among others, in the National Access to Technical Education and Employment, and 32 000 in language courses foreign.
This will give you a warm welcome to tourists who come to Brazil for the FIFA Confederations Cup in 2103, and the World Cup in 2014 that sports and the Olympics 2016. The South American giant will host major events such sport in the years ahead.
The president need that amount of free courses will be offered to residents of the 12 cities hosting World Cup, municipalities surrounding these cities and the inhabitants of those territories recognized tourist sites.
Rousseff said that even with the effects of the economic crisis in the world, the Brazilian tourism in 2011 grew by six percent, twice the world average, and recorded the number of records in domestic and foreign vacationers. The first were five million 430 thousand and the latter totaled 79 million.
The latter went on, only those who traveled by plane, figure that should be added the millions who did so in buses and private vehicles. This, he said, helped boost the tourism sector, which employs two million 800 thousand people around the country.
Although described as good news the above results, the President said that you can still go much further and stressed that in the coming years will bring turimo more good news, helped by new works in ports, airports, roads and bridges to improve access to recreation sites.
These works, he said, also benefit because-stressed population, “the city to be good for the tourist has to be good for those who live in it.”
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