The head of the General Directorate of Heritage, Culture, Tourism, and Handicrafts said: The development of Kermanshah Tourism and handicrafts in the province requires the development of education and training of skilled manpower.
Jabbar Gohari in a meeting with the Director-General of Technical and Vocational Education of the province stated: To achieve organizational goals, we need two-way interaction with other government agencies and organs.
Head of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage of Kermanshah Tourism, referring to the role of the province’s technical and professional complex in skills training, added: “If the quality and quantity of training improves, handicrafts can be a platform for creating employment and achieving the province’s development goals.”
“Despite all the corona’s challenges, this has opened up new opportunities for us, especially in the virtual, technology, and information fields, and has reduced many costs of Kermanshah Tourism,” he said, referring to the problems caused by the corona outbreak.
Gohari went on to say that skill production is one of the principles of development, adding: “In the fields of handicrafts, tourism, and cultural heritage, we need training of skilled workers and we must base our training and production on skilled labor.”
Noting that tourism is currently the dominant industry in the world, he said: “If we train experts in this field, our concerns will be reduced in terms of performance and monitoring of Kermanshah Tourism complexes.”
The head of the General Directorate of Heritage, Culture, Tourism, and Handicrafts of Kermanshah Province continued: The specialized force operates within the framework of its duties, but the performance of the non-specialized force is very harmful in terms of social and cultural issues.
In conclusion, Mohammadi stated that we are with all our might next to the cultural heritage complex for the development of education, and emphasized: In this regard, we are ready to launch a Kermanshah Tourism school in the city.