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  • The HOTEL and RESTAURANT INDUSTRY BOARD (HRIB) was established in June 1980 by the National Manpower and Youth Council (NMYC) in accordance with Article 50 of the New Labor Code. The board was subsequently registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on January 5, 1981 as a non stock, non-profit technical foundation. It is a tripartite boy composed of representatives from the government, private and labor sectors which aims to provide manpower development within the hotel and restaurant industry.
  • In 1991, the Board of Trustees under HRIBFI Resolution No. 001-91 agreed to rename HRIB as the TOURISM INDUSTRY BOARD FOUNDATION, INC. to be able to expand its coverage/membership to all sectors of the tourism industry. The conversion was finally approved by the SEC on March 25, 1992.
  • About TIBFI

    1. 1. Tourism Industry BoardFoundation, Inc. (TIBFI) Presented by Daniel G. Edralin/Annabelle Ochoa InterContinental Manila 28 August 2012
    2. 2. HistoryHOTEL and RESTAURANT INDUSTRY BOARD (HRIB) • Established June 1980 by the National Manpower and Youth Council (NMYC). • Registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on January 5, 1981 as a non stock, non-profit technical foundation • Tripartite body composed of representatives from the government, private and labor sectors • Aims to provide manpower development within the hotel and restaurant industry.
    3. 3. HistoryTOURISM INDUSTRY BOARD FOUNDATION,INC. (TIBFI)HRIB renamed to TIBFI in 1991 To expand its coverage/membership to all sectorsof the tourism industry.Conversion approved by the SEC on March 25,1992.
    4. 4. Objectives• To ensure an adequate supply of trained workers within the tourism industry at the right time and at the right quantity• To facilitate the skills training/job placement cycle• To match the skills of labor force with the manpower requirement of the tourism industry
    5. 5. Corporate Philosophy• Industrial training and manpower development should be industry-led as they are the direct beneficiaries of training and manpower development• Government shall serve as catalyst support in putting force together to fast-track manpower development and initializing skills training in communities/associations through the provision of incentives
    6. 6. Development OperationRESEARCH Assesses manpower supply/demand situations, identifies training and development problems and evaluates and accredits trainors and existing training programs/centersTRAINING Designs/upgrades and implements training programs and establishes manpower pooling/placement services
    7. 7. Development OperationPUBLICATION Publishes and disseminates information on training and manpower developmentTRADE STANDARDS Identifies, develops, promotes and TRADE TESTS implements the use or acceptance ofAND TRAINING trade standards, trade tests andSTANDARDS training standardsDEVELOPMENT
    8. 8. Membership Benefits for Employers• Establishment of a labor market information system for effective and efficient manpower pooling• Assurance of adequate supply of trained manpower according to industry requirements• Lower training costs• Cooperation among firms and industry leaders• Access to government programs/linkages relevant to the socio-economic growth/needs of the industry/or member companies
    9. 9. Membership Benefits for the Labor Sector• More training programs thus increasing their efficiency and competitiveness in the market• A ready forum for employers-workers government dialogue on matters affecting their working conditions and relationship• Matching of skills with job opportunities
    10. 10. Membership Benefits for the Government• Determination of actual manpower supply and demand• A vehicle for improved, responsive and relevant manpower training in the tourism industry
    11. 11. TIBFI Composition Government : DOT TESDA UP-AIT Private :  HRAP  PTAA  AHRM Labor :  COHREP NUWHRAIN-APLAssociate member:UFTE
    12. 12. Milestones/Accomplishment s• Organized the 1st Tourism Human Resources Congress held on 17-18 June 2004 which was attended by 218 participants• Participated in the Common ASEAN Tourism Curriculum (CATC) Workshops• Participated in the Tourism Jobs Fair organized by the Tourism Promotions Board• Conducted “Curriculum Development Workshops” sponsored by TESDA and DTI
    13. 13. Milestones/Accomplishment s• Served as resource person for DOT and TESDA on Philippine Competency Standards• Participated in the APEC Skills Standard Concept and System• Developed Training Regulations (TRs)with TESDA on Housekeeping, Front Office Operations, Bartending, Waitering, Commercial Cooking, etc.• Participated in the National Workshop on ASEAN Toolbox Development of a Priority Tourism Labor Division Project on June 13, 2012 @ Diamond Hotel Philippines
    14. 14. Projects/Activities 2nd Tourism Human Resource Development Congress to be held on October 2, 2012 @ Inter-Continental Hotel with a theme “Building Tourism Human Capital for Global Competitiveness”Organized by TIBFI and DOT
    15. 15. HR Congress Objectives To provide an over-view of the latest global trends in the tourism industry, and its implications in human resource recruitment and training; To provide updates on the implementation of the ASEAN Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) for tourism professionals; To assess the current status of various educational programs related to tourism and hospitality, such as competency-based education, ladderization program and the new basic education program (K+12) and discuss its implications on Philippine tourism;
    16. 16. HR Congress Objectives To recognize the issues and concerns that affect the tourism and hospitality industry together with the education sector, and provide recommendations or possible course of action; To provide all stakeholders with vital information, both local and regional, which are deemed as necessary inputs for strategic resource planning in the tourism and hospitality industry.
    17. 17. Target Participants300 expected participants from the following: Government Agencies Tourism Associations Academe Labor Sector Human Resource Directors/Managers of various tourism sub sectors/industries Tourism Training Institutions Public Organizations and other entities involved in Human Resource Development for tourism and hospitality industry
    18. 18. Projects/ActivitiesReview of Developed TRs for TESDA Bartending * Commercial Cooking * F & B Service * Housekeeping Tour Guides Front Office Services Travel Services* Accomplished as of July 2012
    19. 19. Projects/Activities Implementation of the Mutual Recognition Arrangements (MRAs) for Tourism Professionals spearheaded by DOT with TESDA  Participation in the Workshop on the Gap Analysis on the Implementation for the MRA and Feasibility Study for the Establishment of Regional Secretariat for ASEAN Tourism Professionals National (Setember 3, 2012) Strengthening and Reorganization of TIBFI
    20. 20. Thank you