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Tourism Organizations

  1. 1.  Geographical Scope  Ownership  Function or type of activity  Industry  Motive
  2. 2. Global Interest:  World Tourism Organization  International Civil Aviation  World Health Organization  International Labor Organization  Organization For Economic Cooperation and Development Committee on Tourism Regional Interest:  Pacific Asia Travel Association  East Asian Travel  Association European Union Economic and Social Commission For Asia and the Pacific
  3. 3. Global Interest:  International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism Travel Research Association  International Hotel Association  World Association of Travel Agents  The International Congress and Convention Association Regional Interest:  The Travel Association of America  Caribbean Travel Association  African travel and Tourism Association
  4. 4.  World Tourism Organization - stimulate economic growth and job creation provide incentives for protecting the environment and heritage of destinations promote peace and understanding among all the nations of the world
  5. 5.  International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)  International Air Transport Association (IATA)
  6. 6.  Pacific Asia Travel Association enhance the sustainable growth, value and quality of travel and tourism  provide leadership and advocacy to its member of government, state and city tourism bodies, airlines, cruise lines and travel industry company  organizes conferences of essential networking, business and educational events
  7. 7. European Travel Commission  to build the value of tourism in all beautiful and diverse countries of Europe through, in particular, cooperating in areas of sharing best practices, market allegiance and promotion.
  8. 8.  Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)  Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)  Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
  9. 9.  The national growth of tourism over the years has established its importance to the economy of a country. It is not surprising that Philippines has also such group.
  10. 10.  a. General Administration of Travel and Tourism  b. Planning and Investment - Physical planning at national level - economic planning - Planning social aims - Tourism area development - Financing of Tourism accommodation - Financing of Tourism Infrastructure o Research and Statistics - College collecting tourism and travel statistics - Research on Tourism - Tourism marketing Surveys
  11. 11.  d. Vocational Training - Administrative and Planning Activities - Establishing and/ or operating training schools - Organizing training courses and study cycles - Producing handbooks for training schools e. Promotion - Advertising - Public relations - Promotional Materials - Fairs and Exhibits - Familiarization Tours - Organizing seminars Establishing and operating tourism information offices
  12. 12. - are associated with a particular sector of the tourism industry such as transport, accommodation, attractions, courier services or recreational pursuits
  13. 13.  Hotel International Hotel and Restaurant Association American Hotel and Lodging Association Cambodia Hotel Association  Transportation Hotel Association of New York International Air Transport Association European Region Airlines Association Cruise Lines International Association  Travel Agencies World Association of Travel Agencies Philippine Travel Agencies Association International Airline Travel Agent Network  Tour Operators European Tour Operators Association International Association Of Antarctica Tour Operators Cebu Association of Tour Operators
  14. 14.  Philippine Tourism Authority (PTA)  Philippine Convention and Visitors Corporation (PCVC)  Intramuros Administration (IA)  National Parks Developmement Committee (NPDC)  Nayong Pilipino Foundation (NPF)
  15. 15.  The United states travel Data center (USTDC)  Travel Industry Association of America (TIAA)  Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA)  American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA)  Universal Federation of Travel Agents Association (UFTAA)  World Association for Professional Training in Tourism (WAPTT)  Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional education (CHRIE)  Association of Travel Marketing Executives (ATME)  The Society of Travel and Tourism Education (SOTTE)
  16. 16.  Philippine travel Agencies Association (PTAA)  The Hotel and Restaurant Association of the Philippines (HRAP)  Tourism Educators of Schools, College, and Universities (TESCU)  Council of Hotel and Restaurant Educators of the Philippines (COHREP)  The Association of Administrator in Hospitality, Hotel and Restaurant Management Educational Institutions (AARMEI)
  17. 17.  The National Professional tourism organizations in the Philippines are the following: Philippine Travel Agencies Asociation (PTAA), Hotel and Restaurant Association of the Philippines (CHRAP), Tourism Educators of SChools, Colleges, and Universities (TESCU), Women in Travel Philippines (WTP), Network of Independent Travel Agencies (NITAS), Guides Incorporated Philippines (GIP), and Movement of Incentive Travel Executives (MITE).  There are also several national professional tourism organizations that work closely with the government to promote tourism in there respective countries. One of which is Society of Travel and Tourism Education.
  18. 18.  http://angsawariko.com/2013/07/dots-its-more-fun- in-the-philippines-wins-yomiuri-advertising-award/  http://www.google.com.ph/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s &source=web&cd=5&ved=0CEYQFjAE&url=http%3A% 2F%2Fwww.onecaribbean.org%2Fcontent%2Ffiles%2F sophiawebsitelistings.doc&ei=VK6uU7aLOo7gkAXioY G4Dg&usg=AFQjCNH8uDHFTa8RyOGTeo17_VQT0oh VBw&bvm=bv.69837884,d.dGI  http://www.itrr.umt.edu/research08/2%20- %20Tourism%20organizations%20%5BCompatibility %20Mode%5D.pdf

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