Tourism is one of the largest industries in the world. It involves hundreds of millions of people traveling across political borders each year. It is worth approximately 7-8 trillion dollars each year in direct spending.
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Q uest ion 1
Which learning system for adult learners provides the opportunity for the participants to share what they know or think on an issue? (One
answer is correct)
lecture and test
1. Describe the purpose of the program outline and include the key elements the outline should include.
2. For banquet seating in rounds describe the two variables that provide a comfortable set up for guests. Be sure to detail how the set up will
Describe the reasons and benefits for establishing meeting objectives.
The reason why establish meeting objectives is because those objectives are the goals of
holding the meeting. For meeting managers, meeting objectives guide them what to discuss,
TDM 205 Terminology
Industry Overview Terms
Accessibility: The relative ease in which one location can be reached from another.
Complimentarity: The relationship between people in one place who have a desire for specific travel
experiences and a pl
UNWTO is a United Nation agency and an international organization of tourism. It
serves as a global forum for tourism issues and a source of tourism know-how. On the other
hand, the WTTC is the forum for business leaders in the Travel and Tourism indus
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TBD (Getz 1990)
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Leisure and travel are a basic human right In
1. The Recreation. gov provides us the information of recreation activities on the
Federal lands (such as national parks, lakes, museum, forests and other recreation
sites managed by Federal agencies). It is provided by National Recreation Reservation