On January 25, 2022, CCDC hosted the first virtual conference on tourism and hospitality with Taylor’s University.

The online event brought together tourism stakeholders in the locality in an effort to promote and harmonize efforts to strengthen rural tourism through active cooperation among the local government units, Department of Tourism, tourism and hospitality students, owners of local tourist attractions, and and other stakeholders.

The free event dubbed “Rebuilding Rural Tourism in the Philippines: The Case of Benguet” was participated by various schools across the country.

A recording of the event may be viewed in this LINK.

CCDC collaborated with Taylor’s University in Malaysia for research development and utilization as well as conducting seminars and orientation on Sustainable Development Goals and Best Practices for sustainability in the field of Tourism.

Ayson D. Depayso, a faculty of the College of Business Education and Administration, joined a training with Taylor’s University on CRIT Summer School on Tourism & SDG’s.