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Training for St. Kitts and Nevis “Travel Approved” Seal

St. Kitts – Nevis: The St. Kitts Tourism Authority advises the public that only morning sessions will be conducted for the St. Kitts and Nevis “Travel Approved” training on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, starting from Monday 12th October until November 2020.

The St. Kitts Tourism Authority and the Ministry of Tourism in conjunction with the Ministry of Health continues to facilitate training, which is the first step in the process of equipping stakeholders to obtain the St. Kitts and Nevis “Travel Approved” Seal, to ensure that our visitors are confident that they will be safe when they visit our island.

The Government has identified October as the possible reopening month. All are advised that prior to operating all employees must be trained, and establishments must be inspected by the National Emergency Operations Center. Training sessions began in July and will continue through to November 2020 for all tourism sectors, including:

  1. DMCs
  2. Bars
  3. Restaurants
  4. Accommodations
  5. Destination Management Companies
  6. Water based Operators e.g. Water Sports, Catamarans, Fishing Boats
  7. Tour Operators
  8. Taxi Operators
  9. Vendors
  10. Attractions
  11. Beach Umbrella and Chair Rental
  12. Port Agents
  13. Spas
  14. Air and Seaport Employees
  15. Airline Employees
  16. Customs
  17. Immigration
  18. Wedding Planners
  19. Entertainers

Please download the form by clicking on this LINK, complete and submit to [email protected]kn  to register for training.

All businesses must submit proof of their business license and Tourism Authority permit (where applicable) upon registration.

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