In Kovacica and Zrenjanin – three-day training for animators in tourism

The hotel “Relax”, Kovacica and “Vojvodina” in Zrenjanin, from 8.do February 10, 2018, were held trainings for animators in the tourism industry. Organized by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce – Regional Chamber of Commerce South Banat administrative district, two groups of 20 participants were able to improve their communication and presentation skills to a higher level, but also to meet new regional tourist product Eco Tamiš.U Hotel “Relax” in Kovacica and “Vojvodina” in Zrenjanin, from 8.do February 10, 2018, were held trainings for animators in the tourism industry. Organized by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce – Regional Chamber of Commerce South Banat administrative district, two groups of 20 participants were able to improve their communication and presentation skills to a higher level, but also to meet new regional tourist product Eco Tamis. The aim of the training is the acquisition and improvement of theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in the field of communication and presentation, as well as their application in the affairs of tourist animator, or other tasks that require working with people. On the first day the focus was on the theoretical framework and the basic techniques of effective communication, while the second day followed by a discussion and exercises on the topic of advanced communication techniques, communication with difficult interlocutor and practical work – presentation of PSO izboru.Trećeg day he presented the project / product “Eko Tamis “and worked on the application of learned techniques in the presentation of” Eko Tamiša “.Treninzi are based on international best practices and a wide range of expert knowledge in this field. The training was interactive and included exercises and examples from real life. The trainers were experienced professionals in the field of communication and presentation who know well what kind of positive change can bring work in this area. Upon completion of the training, all participants were awarded certificates.

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