The Travelport Tourism Teacher of the Year Award aims to give recognition to Tourism teachers who make a difference in the lives of his/her learners, make a difference in the schools where they teach, make a difference in the community where they teach and go beyond the call of duty in his/her teaching.
The Tourism Teacher of the Year Award has been initiated by the Global Travel and Tourism Partnership – South Africa (GTTP-SA) and was launched by the former Deputy Minister of Tourism, Tokozile Xasa in 2014. This award will provide an annual opportunity for Tourism teachers to receive national recognition for their outstanding contribution to Tourism education in South African high/secondary schools.
The 2019 award goes to:
Congratulations! Keep up the good work.
2019 – Travelport Tourism Teacher of the Year award
Are you an exceptional Tourism teacher who goes beyond the call of duty to assist and help improve the results and standing of the subject in your school? Are you the kind of teacher who cultivates a love for the subject and motivates learners to enter the industry and make a difference? Has your hard work and dedication ever been acknowledged and rewarded? Now is your chance.
Download the competition overview document and nomination form here.
Overview – Tourism Teacher of the Year Award 2019
Nominations close on 30 August 2019.
2015 Winner: Ms Annelize Robson, Lavender Hill High School, Cape Town won a trip to Thailand
2016 Winner: Mr Molefe Mokhethwa from Madiba High School, Mogale City, Johannesburg
Listen to what our 2016 winner has to say about GTTP and his trip to Mauritius:
2017 Winner: Ms Yvonne Mbambo, Nkosana High School, Mtubatuba, KZN went to Thailand
2018 Winner: Ms Alta Booysen, Wagpos High School, Brits, North West
The GTTP-SA, in collaboration with Travelport will be rewarding deserving Tourism teachers for their hard work, commitment and dedication.
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A 7 day international trip for TWO including R5 000 spending money.
Prizes include return flights and 6 nights’ accommodation (DBB).
Two domestic flight tickets and 3 nights’ accommodation (DBB) in South Africa, including R3 000 spending money.
Two domestic flight tickets and 2 nights’ accommodation (DBB) in South Africa, including R2 000 spending money.
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