MTA Launches an International Traineeship Funded by Erasmus+ Targeting 48 Managers from Restaurants

The Malta Tourism Authority recently launched a professional traineeship consisting of a work-based learning activity on how to increase sales, for owners and key staff of restaurants in Malta and Gozo. This is the first time that such a traineeship is taking place.

Through this work-based learning activity all successful participants will learn how to increase their sales through better and more effective use of their website. The professional traineeship fully funded through Erasmus+ will take place in Rome over a one-week period with the first intake leaving Malta on Sunday 20th November and returning on Saturday the 26th November 2016. The second intake will be leaving Malta on the 22nd January and returning on the 28th January 2017. There will be a total of 4 intakes over a two-year period, each catering for 12 persons.

All participants will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and know-how in the following areas: positioning their web site amongst the first search results on Google pages; increasing contacts and online sales, creating effective pay per click campaigns, using Facebook and Instagram to increase business and to sustain a better image of their businesses.
Paul Bugeja CEO noted that MTA is very satisfied in having tapped this opportunity for the benefit of our Malta and Gozo restaurants, an opportunity which should increase quality in all the activities that these restaurants would undertake.

For more information and to participate in this programme please visit www.mta.com.mt/erasmus or contact us on 22915272 or training@visitmalta.com