The new training programme, a joint venture between Visit Wales, The Welsh Language Board, the Department of Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills and the Tourism Training Forum for Wales, has been designed to help businesses offer visitors a unique Welsh welcome.
What does TTFW stand for?
TTFW stands for Tourism Training Forum for Wales (UK)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of TTFW
We have 1 other meaning of TTFW in our Acronym Attic
- Transponder Turnaround Frequency Ratio (US NASA)
- This Time, For Sure
- Trade & Transport Facilitation in Southeast Europe
- Take Time for Training (San Jose, CA)
- The Total Freedom Trap (scientology critique)
- Transparent Thin-Film Transistors
- Time To First Use
- Training and Tactical Firearms Unit (UK Police)
- Turnip tailed false uromastyy (Xenagama batilifera)
- Too Tacky for Words
- The Two for You, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI)
- Taiwan Transportation Equipment Guide (China Economic News Service Publications)
- Tax Technology Group
- Tea Tree Gully (South Australia)
- Tech Team Global (Southfield, MI)
- Technical Task Group
- Technical Training Graduate
- Technical Training Group (US Air Force)
- Technology Transfer Grant
- TechTeam Global, Inc (Southfield, Michigan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Backers of the event include owners of Cardiff International Airport, HSBC, Countryside Council for Wales, Reed Travel Exhibitions, Visit Britain, Uwic, Tourism Training Forum for Wales and WDA (True Taste).
The programme is a joint venture between Visit Wales, the Welsh Language Board, DCELLS and the Tourism Training Forum for Wales and has been designed to help businesses offer visitors a unique Welsh welcome.
The two-year project, 'Integrating Learning in Tourism' is a partnership between TPMW and Tourism Training Forum for Wales (TTFW).
Diana James, director of the Tourism Training Forum for Wales, said: ``Many students will not even consider working in the tourism industry, simply because they are not aware of the opportunities that are available.
Graham Tinsley, of The Castle Hotel, Conwy, who is in the running for the Wales Chef Skills - Tourism Training Forum for Wales award, will be in the demonstration marquee on Saturday.
The Best Practice - Learning to Succeed category sponsored by the Tourism Training Forum for Wales will reward the business which shows the greatest commitment to training and upgrading the skills of its workforce.
Diana James, director of the Tourism Training Forum for Wales (TTFW), said: ``Barry has a long history of attracting and serving visitors, and seems an ideal location for this new development.