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  • 1. EDUCATION
  • 2. Educational Institutions Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
  • 3. Commission on HigherEducation A governing body covering both public and private higher education institutions as well as degree granting programs in all tertiary educational institutions in the Philippines Established in may 18, 1994 through R.A. 7722 (The Higher Education act of 1994)
  • 4. Functions of CHED Formulate and recommend development plans, policies, priorities, and programs on higher education; Formulate and recommend development plans, policies, priorities, and programs on research; Recommend to the executive and legislative branches priorities and grants on higher education and research; Set minimum standards for programs and institutions of higher learning recommended by panels of experts in the field and subject to public hearing, and enforced the same;
  • 5. Functions of CHED Monitor and evaluate the performance of programs and institutions of higher learning for appropriate incentives as well as the imposition of sanctions such as, but not limited to, diminution or withdrawal of subsidy, recommendation on the downgrading or withdrawal of accreditation, program termination or school course; Identify, support and develop potential centers of excellence in program areas needed for the development of world-class scholarship, nation building and national development;
  • 6. Functions of CHED Rationalize programs and institutions of higher learning and set standards, policies and guidelines for the creation of new ones as well as the conversion or elevation of schools to institutions of higher learning, subject to budgetary limitations and the number of institutions of higher learning in the province or region where creation, conversion or elevation is sought to be made; Develop criteria for allocating additional resources such as research and program development grants, scholarships, and the other similar programs: Provided, that these shall not detract from the fiscal autonomy already enjoyed by colleges and universities;
  • 7. Functions of CHED Direct or redirect purposive research by institutions of higher learning to meet the needs of agro-industrialization and development; Devise and implement resource development schemes;
  • 8. CHED In order to implement courses pertinent to Tourism and HRM, it sets guide lines via what they call as CMO 30- CHED Memorandum Order 30. This order lays down the foundation of the different courses that are needed to be offered by he educational institutions.
  • 9. Technical Education and SkillsDevelopment Authority (TESDA) An agency of the Philippine government under the Department of Labor and Employment responsible for managing and supervising technical education and skills development in the Philippines. Established through the enactment of Republic Act No. 7796. AKA the "Technical Education and Skills Development Act of 1994"
  • 10. Technical Education and SkillsDevelopment Authority (TESDA)TESDA is mandated by law to: Integrate, coordinate and monitor skills development programs; Restructure efforts to promote and develop middle- level manpower; Approve skills standards and tests; Develop an accreditation system for institutions involved in middle-level manpower development; Fund programs and projects for technical education and skills development; and Assist trainers training programs.
  • 11. Technical Education and SkillsDevelopment Authority (TESDA) TESDA develops demand-based standards.
  • 12. GOVERNMENT
  • 13. Government Sector Sometimes called as the “Public Sector” Before the creation of Government Entities, the Private sector was responsible for promoting Philippine Tourism. In a nutshell, this sector provides the laws and regulations used by the entire industry in the course of their business activities.
  • 14. Government SectorThe functions and responsibilities of the Government sectorare the following:  Regulating the standard of facilities and services through licenscing, classification, qualification and accreditation systems and tourism awards.  Setting up general tourism policies  Formulating and implementing tourism laws and regulations  Represent the industry in hearings relating to the tourism legislation  Formulating and implementing tourism master plans  Marketing and coordinating marketing efforts for inbound, domestic and intra-bound tourism  Promoting tourism through websites, collateral materials videos, tourist information centers, representative offices overseas, supporting local travel fairs and participating in international tourism events.
  • 15. Government SectorThe functions and responsibilities of the Government sectorare the following:  Looking after tourists safety and security by operating tourist police units or by coordinating with the police authorities and 24 hour call center or hotlines  Collect tourism statistics  Produce, manage and dissimenate tourism related information  Cooperating and liaising with international organizations, LGU’s the private sector and the NGO’s  Represent the national government in signing international tourism agreements  Promote tourism investments by establishing policies, benchmarks and best practices
  • 16. Government SectorThe functions and responsibilities of the Government sectorare the following:  Constructing and operating tourism facilities and infrastructure  Develop tourism products and destinations  Support local festivals and cultural development  Organizing seminars, meetings and conventions relating to the tourism industry  Developing tourism human resources through education and training programs  Promote standards in tourism education and vocational training  Capacity building for tourism government personnel and educators
  • 17. Government SectorThe Public Sector in the Philippine TourismIndustry includes the following:  The Department of Tourism  Philippine Convention and Visitors Corporation  Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority  Local Government Units
  • 18. Department of Tourism Created in 1956 when the board of Travel and Tourist industry was created by law. The primary agency responsible for encouraging, promoting and developing tourism as a major socio- economic activity to generate foreign currency and employment.
  • 19. Department of Tourism This agency is headed by a secretary with a cabinet rank. Its original functions include:  Effective removal of unnecessary barriers to travel  Integrating and simplifying travel regulations and enforcement  Review all tourism projects which could include loans from the government.
  • 20. Department of Tourism This agency is headed by a secretary with a cabinet rank. Its original functions include:  Effective removal of unnecessary barriers to travel  Integrating and simplifying travel regulations and enforcement  Review all tourism projects which could include loans from the government.  Formulating suitable standards to ensure that the highest are met.
  • 21. DOT AccreditationNon-fiscal Incentives Automatic Membership to Tourism Promotions Board and inclusion in its Marketing and Promotional Programs Endorsement to COMELEC for exemption from Liqour ban during Election-related events (for Accommodation Establishments and Restaurants Only) Endorsement to Embassies and Travel Trade Association/s for utilization of Establishment’s Facilities and Services Priority to DOT Training Programs
  • 22. DOT AccreditationNon-fiscal Incentives Issuance of DOT ID Card to Bonafide Employees Endorsement to International and Domestic Airports (if appropriate) for Issuance of Access Pass to Qualified Personnel (for Tour Operators and Accommodation Establishments Only) Qualification for Exemption from the Unified Vehicular Volume Reducation Program (UVVRP) of the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) (for Tourist Land Transport Vehicles Only)
  • 23. DOT AccreditationNon-fiscal Incentives Endorsement to LTFRB for Issuance of Tourist Transport Franchise (for Tourist Land Transport Vehicles Only); and Technical/Security/Facilitation Support or Assistance
  • 24. Philippine Convention and Visitors Corporation• The Marketing arm of the Department of Tourism.• This is the agency responsible for international tourism marketing.• Participates in trade missions and travel trade expositions.• Produces sales collateral and trade advertising.
  • 25. Philippine Convention and Visitors Corporation• Responsible for major international promotional campaigns: - Islands Philippines - Jeepney Island Adventure - Musical Islands Philippines Also played key roles in the planning and management of international events that were hosted in the Philippines.  1994 Miss Universe Pageant  1995 Papal Visit/ World Youth Day  1996 APEC Summit
  • 26. Tourism Infrastructure andEnterprise Zone Authority• Formerly called the Philippine Tourism Authority.• Mandated to designate, regulate and supervise the TEZ’s• Develop, manage and supervise tourism infrastructure projects in the country.
  • 27. Tourism Infrastructure andEnterprise Zone Authority To provide technical and financial assistance to qualified tourism projects, investors and proponents (both government and private) To generate revenues to fund both national and corporate developmental needs and/or undertakings
  • 28. DOT Accreditation• This is optional.• A certificate that states that the holder has complied with the DOT’s Minimum standards in the operation of the establishment concerned.
  • 29. DOT AccreditationNon-fiscal Incentives Automatic Membership to Tourism Promotions Board and inclusion in its Marketing and Promotional Programs Endorsement to COMELEC for exemption from Liqour ban during Election-related events (for Accommodation Establishments and Restaurants Only) Endorsement to Embassies and Travel Trade Association/s for utilization of Establishment’s Facilities and Services Priority to DOT Training Programs
  • 30. DOT AccreditationNon-fiscal Incentives Issuance of DOT ID Card to Bonafide Employees Endorsement to International and Domestic Airports (if appropriate) for Issuance of Access Pass to Qualified Personnel (for Tour Operators and Accommodation Establishments Only) Qualification for Exemption from the Unified Vehicular Volume Reducation Program (UVVRP) of the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) (for Tourist Land Transport Vehicles Only)
  • 31. DOT AccreditationNon-fiscal Incentives Endorsement to LTFRB for Issuance of Tourist Transport Franchise (for Tourist Land Transport Vehicles Only); and Technical/Security/Facilitation Support or Assistance