Dubai College of tourism launches summer training programmes

Dubai college of tourism, Dct, Tourism

Dubai College of Tourism (DCT) has launched summer training programmes in three courses — retail, tourism, and events.

The courses that last from one to three days will deal with a varied range of topics, such as skills needed to work as a travel agent in Dubai, basics of brand identity, digital marketing and an in-depth look into retail.

The earliest course will start on 26 June, but people can register on the college’s website.

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