Rafael Santos Badía, general director of the National Institute of Technical Professional Training (Infotep), revealed that a national tourist route is being worked on hand in hand with the Ministry of Tourism (Mitur).
“The route begins in Baní, for which reason we have prepared a training program for all the vendors in the area, so that they will be in a position to enthusiastically guide and provide services to those who travel by land routes in order to stimulate tourism in the area,” he explained.
Currently, Infotep has certified more than 7,000 people, who are ready to be hired to work in the different positions that will be enabled in the projects that both the Central Government and private companies develop in the border province.
The general director of Infotep made the statements during his participation in the work table headed by President Luis Abinader, in which different authorities involved in tourism development projects in the province, presented their plans.
“Infotep is working along the lines of the master plan, in prevention that in this tourist destination people are prepared to respond to the labor demand of the project without the need to import labor from other provinces,” he said.