The Guides’ Skills program aims to enable participants to acquire skills required for guide, as well as assist them in organizing and conducting tours.
“Through the program, we will be able to learn about the professional skills of guides, create a platform for collaboration and provide communication between young people and leading experts in the field,” - said Ani Hakobyan, the SSS Chairman and program author.
The latter also stated that the program became a reality as a result of cooperation of the Faculty SSS, Calouste Gulbenkian and Jinishian foundations.
Gayane Aghayan, coordinator of the “Civic Dialogue and Practice Steps for Change” program of the Jinishian Memorial Foundation said that Guides’ Skills is one of the successful projects that have been approved at once.
Ani Hakobyan mentioned that the content of the program will be provided by the lecturers of YSU Faculty of Geography and Geology.
“We are always next to those students who want to learn. The world today demands knowledge, ability and skills. We will do our best to be skilled and professional in the area, but most of the work depends on you.”
During the meeting, Ani Hakobyan said that after each lecture time will be provided to the business sector during which the participants will present their tours and tell about a monastic complex: “Let us inform that each speaker will make 15 questions after his lecture, which will be given to the participants at the end of the course, that is, there will be about a hundred questions.”
The SSS Chairman informed that the participants who successfully passed the test phase will be able to practice their knowledge on practice by participating in the tours to be performed by partner organizations.
Let us inform you that the training will start on March 15.