PATA Task Force to assist in the establishment of the International

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International School of
Sustainable Tourism
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1. To provide innovative, multi-disciplinary and best practices trainings
and short term courses in sustainable tourism.
2. To undertake consultancy and community extension services for
sustainable tourism awareness and appreciation.
3. To undertake timely and responsive basic and applied research in
sustainable tourism useful for education and planning.
4. To explore market opportunities in Asean and the rest of the world
for sustainable tourism training that will bring about economic
benefits to the communities.
5. To create quality training/knowledge base that protects the
environment and promotes respect for heritage and culture.
6. To adhere and promote ethical codes of conduct and practice
corporate social responsibility.
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To have a viable learning
center for sustainable tourism
in ASEAN that is world-class
and internationally
competitive.
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Partners
UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
Florida State University (FSU)
Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA)
Siliman University (SU)
Technical Education and Skills
Development Authority (TESDA)
Asian Productivity Organization (APO) - Japan
Department of Tourism (DOT)
Benefactors
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Automobile Association Philippines (AAP)
Phil-American Chamber of Commerce of Texas
Boysen Philippines, Inc.
Philips Lighting
Dr. Renato Santos
Major Supporters
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Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG)
Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)
Tourism Congress
Philippine Councilors League (PCL)
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Easy access via Clark
2 hours from Ninoy Aquino
International Airport (NAIA)
35 minutes from Diosdado
Macapagal International Airport
(DMIA)
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Easy access
from Manila in
2 hours by
land through
the SubicClark-Tarlac
Express
Highway
(SCTEX)
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The three Campuses:
1. ISST/SUBAC CAMPUS
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• The Knowledge Center/ASEAN Hall
• Five lecture rooms with 25-50 seating capacity
• Two conference rooms with 6-12 seating
capacity
• Faculty Room
• Executive Offices
• Office of Academic Affairs
• Office of Student Affairs
• Asean boutique (AHPADA Shop)
• Exhibition/Lobby area
• PATA Audio Visual Hall
• Dr. Renato Santos Science Centrum
• Dormitory – 25 beds
• Philam Theatre – 566 seating capacity
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The Philam THEATRE
566seating
capacity
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ISST
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2. The ISST APARRI Heights Campus
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• Kitchen for Green cuisine
• Green Housekeeping
– 10 rooms (fully furnished)
– utility room/laundry room
• executive house
• coffee shop
• guard house
• organic and herbal garden
• reception and lobby area
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3. The ISST Ecocenter Campus –
the “Subic Bay Opera House”
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Livelihood Training Hall
Mangrove Education Hall
Triboa Ecolodge Models
Water and Solid Waste Management
Demo Area
Learning with the Indigenous People Hall
Bird Watching Hall
Bats and the Rainforest Hall
Marine Camp Hall
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Rainforest
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Learning from the natives
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Batik Workshop
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Tourism Forum
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Ecoguiding Course
“PATA Hall”
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Texas Trade
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CBRT Conference
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List of 2011 events:
• January 12-14
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March 16-23
March 23-29
April
June
• August
• September
• October
National Conference on Planning and
Development of Community Based Rural
Tourism
Formal opening of ISST
Hitesh Mehta
Batik Festival
APO Regional Conference on Community
Based Rural Tourism
Agritourism Conference and Workshop
Asean Ecotourism Summit
International Homestay Conference/
Workshop
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Partial List of 2012 events:
• January
• February
• April
• May
• October
Asian Women Leaders Dialogue
Eco Film Festival
International Homestay Conference/
Workshop
Global Ecotourism Summit
Asean Design Festival
Partial List of 2013 events:
• February
Youth for Ecotourism Sustainability 2011
(YES 2011)
• April
The Green Cities of the World Conference
and Exhibits
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Courses
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Ecotourism Planning and Development
General Tourism Planning, Development and Management for Tourism Services
Financial Planning
Tourism Marketing and Promotions
EcoDesign (Ecolodge, Eco Architecture and Interior, Landscaping, Public Toilets)
Green Cuisine and Bartending Course
Green Housekeeping Course
Basic Ecoguiding Course
Advance Ecoguiding Course
SPA, Hilot and Wellness Course
Ecopreneurship/Tourism Product Development
Road Safety
Camping and Caravanning
Frontline Services
Watersports Operation
Executive Program for Tour Operators (Product Development, Use of ICT, Participation in Trade
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Executive Master Class in Incentive Conference, Events and Exhibitions
Ecopreneurship/Merchandise Development Course (Souvenirs, Historical, Religious,
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Shows)
Garments/Fashion Accessories, Footwear and Leathergoods, Furniture and Furnishing, Fresh and
Processed Food, Gifts, Toys and Housewares)
Crisis Management/Disaster Risk Management
Solid Waste Management
Waste Water Resource Management
Homestay Services and Management
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Mabuhay!
URL: www.isstphilippines.edu.ph
Email: [email protected]
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