Ticketing training ends

Kathmandu, December 10:

Himalaya Academy of Travel & Tourism (HATT) today claimed to have successfully conducted the first batch of Airfares and Ticketing training in co-operation with Career Makers. The certificate distribution programme was organised at HATT premises today, states a press release issued here by HATT.

Rishi Ram Lamichhane, chief Tourism Industries Division, Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation was the chief guest on the occasion. Congratulating the participants, he said tourism was the only factor that supported the economic development of Nepal.

The batch of 28 trainees were given 60 hours of training covering a wide range of topics including World Geography, types of journey, fare constructions, mixed-class travel, local time calculation, itenerary planning, ticketing, costing, documentation BSP-Bank settlement plan and computer reservation service, states the release.

As per the results of the first training, 10 participants were awarded Grade A, five Grade B and nine participants got Grade C.

Thanking Travel Academy for providing some of the best lecturers to conduct the training, HATT in a press release said that it hoped similar cooperation for the upcoming batches as well.

According to HATT instructor Rabindra Hyaunmikha, they will soon begin training on tour operation and cargo handling as well.