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VETA Hotel & Tourism Training Institute – Njiro

Training Tanzanian Youth

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Equipping Tanzanian Youth for Employment in Tourism

The VETA Hotel and Tourism Training Institute (VHTTI)-Njiro is a training facility overseen by Tanzania’s Vocational Educational and Training Authority (VETA) and located in the Njiro suburb of Arusha. Established in 2011, the training courses offered by VHTTI-Njiro are broken into:

  • Rooms Division
  • Food and Beverage Services/Sales
  • Culinary Arts
  • Tour Guiding and Travel Operations

The training courses can be in the form of short course training, or longer courses that can lead to securing diplomas or certificates.

VHTTI-Njiro also owns a three-star hotel, which apart from being used as a facility for students’ practical training, it also offers accommodation and conference facilities for workshops, seminars, and meetings to external guests.

VHTTI-Njiro strives to deliver effective training programs to equip Tanzanian youth with the right skill sets to find employment in the tourism sector, or to encourage entrepreneurship.

Go2Africa’s Partnership with VHTTI-Njiro

Go2Africa has committed to sponsor two students to attend the VETA Hotel & Tourism Training Institute, at a cost of $1,000 per student for the academic year.

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You are welcome to make a secure donation via the Asilia Giving non-profit organisation which contributes to the VETA Hotel and Tourism Training Institute (VHTTI)-Njiro.

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