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Tourism Training 17 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)

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The Tourism 17 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) training delivered by Dr Niraalee Shah a tourism trainer, tourism sustainability trainer, corporate trainer and hospitality trainer has designed a program aimed at educating and empowering professionals in the tourism industry and hospitality industry to promote sustainable development. The training focuses on the 17 SDGs, which were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The training provides an overview of the SDGs and their relevance to the tourism industry, highlighting the importance of sustainable tourism practices to achieve the goals. Participants will gain an understanding of the interconnections between the SDGs and tourism, as well as the role of the industry in contributing to their achievement.

The program covers a range of topics related to sustainable tourism, including responsible tourism practices, environmental management, community engagement, cultural preservation, and economic sustainability. Participants will learn how to incorporate these practices into their businesses and operations, and how to measure and report on their progress towards achieving the SDGs.

The training is delivered in a variety of formats, including training modules, workshops and webinars and can be customized to meet the needs of corporate houses, tour operators and travel agencies. Dr Niraalee Shah, with her extensive experience in the tourism and hospitality industry, brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the training, ensuring that participants receive high-quality and practical guidance on how to promote sustainable development in their organizations. Overall, the Tourism SDG's Training is a valuable resource for tourism and hospitality professionals who are committed to creating a more sustainable future for the society as a whole.

  • What is Sustainability? Sustainability Education

  • Why is Sustainable Tourism Important?

  • Insights into Tourism 17 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)

  • Introduction to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Approach

  • Promoting Environment Education and Awareness

  • Introducing Tourists Sustainability Educatio

  • Sustainability Travel Campaigns to reduce Carbon Emissions

  • Introducing Green Managed Growt

  • Introducing Sustainability Practices

  • How can we promote Sustainable Tourism?

  • Code of Ethics for Responsible Touris

  • Indian Tourism Arrival Experiences

  • Tourism Executives Grooming & Hygiene

  • Tourism Business Etiquette

  • Tourism Business Communication

  • Tourism Power of Body Language

  • Insights into Indian Geography, Tourism and Culture

  • Indian Tourism Heritage Conservation

  • Indian Tourism Indian Itinerary Preparation

  • Indian Tourism Management

  • Indian Tourism Transportation

  • Indian Tourism Marketing

  • Indian Travel Agency | Tour Operators Business

  • Passenger Travellers Experience

  • Delivering World Class Passenger Service

  • Indian Tourism Departure Experience



S. No Goals Recommended Practices in Tourism Industry
1 GOAL 1: No Poverty Distribution of leftover food in hotels and giving local employment to the locals in tourist’s sites or hotels in the local area.
2 GOAL 2: Zero Hunger Providing hotel (food or beverages) that are in excess to the local communities.
3 GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being Providing eco-friendly ways of adopting sustainable practices in the tourist sites and hotels.
4 GOAL 4: Quality Education Providing skill development training programme in Tourism 4 SDG’S for tourist site employees, the tour operators, tour guides, tourism colleges and hotels and providing them employment in the different departments of tourism and hospitality.
5 GOAL 5: Gender Equality Providing equal employment opportunities not only for men and women but also to the members of the LGBT community in the tourism and hospitality industry.
6 GOAL 6: Clean Water and Sanitation Implement water purification processes such as zonation and provide an access to clean water to the guest and employees in the prominent locations.
7 GOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy Install an eco-button to save energy in all areas, leading to conservation of energy and affordable energy for all. Use solar-powered lighting wherever possible in tourists’ sites and hotels.
8 GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Develop roles and responsibilities for every member of the tourism department by ensuring proper work-life balance, respect, safety, and security in the workplace.

Motivate the team members to explore the opportunity of upselling the room amenities or minibar beyond cleaning and maintenance, thereby leading to revenue generation and economic growth.

9 GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure

Develop creative innovations for the tourism department, such as the usage of local jasmine flowers in the turndown service for a single lady traveler. This helps not only to create a wow experience for the guest but also supports local florists or farmers.

Use eco-friendly materials for the construction.

10 GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality Develop standard operating procedures, especially employee code of conduct, and ensure respect and dignity of each employee working in the tourism department is ensured across the entry-level to the managerial level position.
11 GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities Conduct sustainable tourism programme to the local communities on the importance of cleaning, upkeep, and waste management to create Sustainable Cities and Communities.
12 GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production Use eco-friendly chemicals for cleaning and washing and use eco-friendly equipment in the housekeeping department in tourist sites and hotels.
13 GOAL 13: Climate Action Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. Achieving a net-zero emissions economy by 2050. Delivering 40% of the benefits from federal investments in climate and clean energy to disadvantaged communities.
14 GOAL 14: Life Below Water

Ensure that all the wastewater resulting from cleaning, AC, and sewage water is treated, recycled, and used for the appropriate purpose.

This helps to avoid water pollution, which directly or indirectly might affect the life below water.

15 GOAL 15: Life on Land Ensure proper waste segregation to ensure that plants, animals, and human beings are not affected due to soil, air, or water pollution.
16 GOAL 16: Peace Justice and Strong Institutions Empower employees to follow a standard code of conduct in the workplace and provide a safe and secure atmosphere for guests staying from different parts of the world.
17 GOAL 17: Partnerships to Achieve the Goal Collaborate with government and non-government agencies to conduct various awareness, skill development, and capacity-building programme related to tourism and hospitality.