Introduction of two jobs opportunities in Tourism Industry


A Tour Operator typically combines tour and travel components to create holiday packages. He or she will deal with various service providers, including bus operators, airlines and hoteliers.

Tour Operators prepare itineraries for various destinations and will often monitor trends in popular destinations in order to put together attractive holiday packages for clients. Tour Operators mainly deal with Travel Agents, while Travel Agents deal with the public. Tour Operators will often visit destinations to check whether they should include them in their packages. If you enjoy travelling, this might be the job for you.


The word barista is an Italian word, and in Italy, a barista is a male or female “bartender“, who typically works behind a counter, serving hot drinks (such as espresso), cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks. A barista can acquire these skills by attending training classes, but they are more commonly learned on the job.

In a beautiful and elegant environment Barista cafe awaits for tourist.

The Art of Barista

The School of Hospitality and Tourism is excited to announce its first adventure-tourism course, ‘The Art of Barista’, developed in partnership with the ICafe Coffee Institute of Costa Rica.

Phase 1 will take place over 2 weekends. Highlights include:

  • Agricultural management, benefit and varieties of coffee in Costa Rica
  • Introduction to coffee roasting and roasting profile
  • Tasting protocol – Cupping
  • History of coffee and eight coffee producing regions in Costa Rica
  • Coffee brewing techniques
  • Espresso machines – mill and cleaning
  • Espresso techniques

collected by: Hanieh Azimzadegan