WFTGA International Training Centre Nicosia Cyprus


Cyprus Training 2019 Brochure

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The WFTGA International Training Centre, Cyprus, has successfully organised in collaboration with the University of Cyprus 11 training programmes from 2006 until 2018  having trained so far more than 165 participants from all around the globe: Abu Dhabi, Albania, Antigua, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Dubai, Egypt, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Iran, Ireland, Jamaica, Jordan, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Nepal, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Thailand, the Netherlands, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, and Uruguay. 


About Cyprus, the training venue Destination

The Republic of Cyprus is an island state in the Eastern Mediterranean, full member of the European Union; also member of the United Nations and the British Commonwealth.

Due to its unique position – serving as a bridge between three continents, Europe, Asia and Africa – Cyprus has developed through the millennia a unique civilization that is reflected throughout its numerous archaeological treasures and historic sites, museums, art galleries, byzantine churches etc. The course participants will have the opportunity to learn more about Cyprus during the practical sessions which will include city walking and coach tours, as well as museum tours, in Nicosia - the capital of Cyprus - and during the visit/tour to Larnaca, one of the coastal towns of the island!

Participants will also have the opportunity to get acquainted with the renowned Cyprus hospitality, the friendliness of the local people and to also taste the delicious local food.

You can learn more about Cyprus and get information on facts about the country by visiting the official portal of the Cyprus Tourism Organisation at www.visitcyprus.com Travel Information for foreign visitors and regulations for Entry into the Republic of Cyprus (including visa regulations) may be found in the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus at .