Empowering the Maltese Tourism Workforce Through E-learning
E-learning training scheme by the Ministry for Tourism and Consumer Protection, in collaboration with the Malta Tourism Authority.
The Ministry for Tourism and Consumer Protection (MTCP), in collaboration with the Malta Tourism Authority (MTA), has launched a wide-reaching e-learning training scheme for the tourism industry. The scheme is a one-year project. Whilst tourism is on hold, this incentive aims at making the best use of employee and employer resources in these challenging times and empower the workforce to come back stronger and better.
The Institute of Tourism Studies will be offering a variety of programmes. A list, together with the application may be found in the links here-under.
The MTA will pay for the training courses offered by this scheme and will be free of charge to the applicants.
Individuals may apply for ONE accredited Award or up to THREE non-accredited CPD.
The programmes are subject to terms and conditions, which one may find on the following link.
Eligibility to apply for the free courses and relative paperwork required
- Individuals who are currently employed within the tourism and hospitality industry.
These individuals are to upload an EMPLOYMENT letter within the same application
- Full-time students.
Student applicants have to be full time registered students. Therefore, such applicants have to provide evidence that they are currently registered as full time students with a local or foreign training institution.
- Individuals who have worked in the tourism industry and are currently unemployed.
Unemployed applicants are requested to provided provide their ETC social security registration confirming they are unemployed and a recently dated copy of their employment history from JobsPlus which show that they have recently been employed in the tourism sector.
Self-employed within the tourism industry.
In the case of self-employed persons the following documentation is requested:
• The VAT registration form which confirmed the NACE code applied to the organisation. The NACE code needs to be tourism-related for the applicant to be eligible. The NACE codes can be found on the NSO website or through this link
• A recently dated JobsPlus confirmation that the applicant is registered as a self-employed person.
The MTA will take the final decision whether the applicants are accepted for the free courses.
Candidates will be selected on a first-come-first-served basis. The MTCP and the MTA reserve the right to refuse any applications if the allocated budget is exceeded.
Applications are currently closed. All applications will be forwarded to the Malta Tourism Authority this week for their review. We thank all those who have chosen the Institute of Tourism Studies to further their education for the Tourism and Hospitality Industry.