Millennium Makkah Al Naseem and Copthorne collaborate with SCTH

Under the “Discover Professions in Tourism” project, the hotels hosted a session for the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage

The session took place with a wide participation from HR and marketing departments to empower students and employees with required qualifications to achieve the Saudi Vision 2030
The session took place with a wide participation from HR and marketing departments to empower students and employees with required qualifications to achieve the Saudi Vision 2030

Aligning with the Saudi Vision 2030, Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) visited Copthorne and Millennium Makkah Al Naseem to activate its initiative Ektashef ElMehan Fi ElAnshitah ElSeyahyia, which translated to “Discover Professions in Tourism” in Arabic.

Aimed at exploring leadership skills and rehabilitating people through specialised training programmes, the session took place with a wide participation from HR and marketing departments to empower students and employees with required qualifications to achieve the Saudi Vision 2030.

Copthorne & Millennium Makkah Al Naseem’s cluster director of sales and marketing, Haitham Effat said: “We are proud to host this event as a part of our commitment to the Saudi Vision 2030. Our ultimate approach at Copthorne & Millennium Makkah Al Naseem is the development of our employees’ skills towards delivering excellent services to our guests. I would like to extend my deep thanks to the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage for their continuous efforts to educate employees and boost human capital.”

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