CONNECTION OF TOURISM COMPANIES WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF DUAL SYSTEM IN HIGHER EDUCATION

  • Milena Vukić The College of Hotel Management, Kneza Višeslava 70, Belgrade
  • Milorad Vukić The College of Hotel Management, Kneza Višeslava 70, Belgrade

Abstract

Modern tourism and hospitality companies have less and less time and money to spend on long-term training in order to find adequate staff. Such trends in their business have led to the increasing harmonization of these companies with secondary vocational and higher education institutions, when it comes to the knowledge and skills that future employees should possess. Although in most developed countries Vocational Education and Training (VET) is based on the principle of dual education, in our country only a small number of higher education institutions use this model. The aim of this paper is to analyze the program of dual vocational training in our higher education system in the hospitality and tourism field. A comparative analysis of higher education institutions is conducted, where the subject of the analysis was the number of working hours, as well as the number of countries that these educational institutions have international cooperation with.

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Published
2018-05-31
How to Cite
Vukić, M., & Vukić, M. (2018). CONNECTION OF TOURISM COMPANIES WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF DUAL SYSTEM IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Tourism International Scientific Conference Vrnjačka Banja - TISC, 3(1), 622-639. Retrieved from http://www.tisc.rs/proceedings/index.php/hitmc/article/view/36