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Minister of Tourism Addresses Teachers at the 16th Annual Educators' Industry Internship Programme Closing

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The BHTA closed out its 16th Annual Industry Internship Program, hosting a record number of educators and stakeholders at “Choices” Restaurant at the University of The Bahamas.

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Education Minister Lloyd Addresses Educators at BHTA’s 16th Annual Educators’ Industry Internship Programme

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Jeffrey Lloyd, Member of Parliament for South Beach and Minister of Education gave an impassioned, wholly riveting speech to attendees of The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association’s 16th Annual Educators' Industry Internship Programme.

The opening ceremony was held at the befittingly “Tru Tru Bahamian” venue, fondly known as “Nettie’s Place”, a hotel and restaurant, cultural, artistic and historical center, located on West Bay Street.

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Minister Urges Closer Links For Education And Industry

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A Cabinet minister has called for even closer collaboration between industry and educators to help develop a new generation of Bahamian entrepreneurs.

Addressing teachers attending the 16th Education Industry Internship Programme, hosted by the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA), Mr D'Aguilar said: "As educators, you form, develop and nurture the young people who will take their place in the tourism workforce.

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Entrepreneurs Needed To 'Ace' Tourism Competition

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The Bahamas must continue to “ace” its tourism competition through superior customer service and identifying new entrepreneurial activities that appeal to visitors, a Cabinet minister is urging.

Dionisio D’Aguilar, minister of tourism and aviation, told teachers attending the 16th Education Industry Internship Programme hosted by the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) that The Bahamas needed to both maintain its current growth momentum and find new ways to exploit tourism so that more Bahamians benefited from an improved quality of life.

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