Terms & Conditions for participants website – MTA Proposal for eLearning 


The Parties 

The MTA, in collaboration with the Ministry for Tourism and Consumer Protection (MTCP), is launching a wide-reaching e-learning training scheme for the tourism industry. 

The MTA will pay for the training courses offered by this Scheme, and will be free of charge to the applicants.

The Service Provider (referred to also as the consortium) will provide online training courses that will address a wide range of skills required in the tourism industry. 

The Applicant also referred to as Participant will attend and complete the course applied for.

The Parties are accordingly entering into this Agreement to set out their respective duties and responsibilities.


Applications will remain open until the 16th May, 2020 close of business.

Training courses will be implemented solely on-line via a variety of platforms.

The training courses will be open to participants from the tourism industry in its broadest sense, including transport, visitor attractions, service providers, DMCs and other stakeholders.

Only participants that have the necessary qualifications are in line with the requirements of 
the training course will be accepted. 

Applicants will provide the service provider with the following information and documentation:

  • Applicants can only be accepted if they present a copy of their ID cards and a letter of employment proving that they are employed in tourism.
  • Applicants can apply for up to 3 short courses or one accredited course.
  • Applicants need to be suitably qualified to apply for higher-level/accredited courses. 

All applications will be kept confidential, and such information shall only be disseminated to the consortium on a need to know basis and this subject to confidentiality obligations. This will also subsist following termination of the training course. Applicants’ details will be shared with the MTA.

Applications will be accepted on a first come first served basis, and if the MTA’s budget is acceded, MTA reserves the right to refuse to accept late applications.


Duration of training courses will vary including short duration in terms of hours, or spread over a period of weeks if of a longer duration.  
The training courses shall be in the English language.
Participants commit to attend the sessions and complete the course work to receive certification.
A Certificate of participation will be given to all participants even if a course is non-accredited. 
Participants will be asked to complete an evaluation form following the completion of the course.