It is hoped it will help to attract more Emiratis to the industry, said Mr Bin Hadher. It is believed about 3 to 4 per cent of the emirates tourism staff are UAE nationals. "The industry benefits from having nationals," Mr Bin Hadher said. "They want this indigenous experience. We clarify with families and locals the misconceptions about working in the tourism industry. We explain the strategy and potential opportunities." With Dubais goal of attracting 20 million tourists a year by 2020, there is a need for manpower. Since January, Dubai Tourism has run English courses as part of its nationalisation programme to attract school leavers and graduates. "We are educating families to understand the career opportunities for growth among locals," Mr Petrillose said. Once open, the college will undergo accreditation from Dubais education regulator, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority. The appeal of cheaper courses, a quick route into employment and strong links to the industry, should make the college appealing to students of all nationalities, Mr Bin Hadher said.
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