The Hotel and Hospitality Association in Saskatchewan Canada have entered into an agreement with the Solomon Islands’ Guadalcanal province to facilitate the entry of recent graduates to gain valuable work experience in Saskatchewan.
The Hotels and Hospitality Association (SHHA) will provide opportunities to the graduates of the Hospitality Program from Guadalcanal Province to come to Canada in a temporary capacity to gain valuable experience in the tourism and service industry.
Reporting from Canada, SIBC’s Leni Dalavera said this partnership has been made possible by Canadian International Training & Education Corp. (CITREC) which has been offering Canadian Tourism and Education training in partnership with the Province of Guadalcanal.
Jeremy Harrison Minister responsible for Tourism Saskatchewan said they support the Hotel and Hospitality Association and their members in recruiting employees for their growing industry.
He said the recent graduates from Guadalcanal will return to the Solomon Islands with experience in a tourism industry known all over the world for exceptional hospitality.