Travel and tourism students at Coleg Sir Gâr are helping Carmarthenshire tourism companies to boost their businesses to attract more visitors to the county.
Students have delivered a workshop to businesses to help them use social media as a promotional tool.
Under the umbrella of Carmarthenshire Tourist Association, which has strong links with the college, is a group called Carmarthenshire Farm and Country Holidays which are a range of businesses that provide farm and countryside accommodation in the county.
Students were partnered with various businesses in a training day at the college, which has received significant positive feedback from those taking part.
Jackie Dare, owner of Cynyll Farm, Llandgadog said: “Thanks very much for being so helpful and patient, I have a lot of information to go home with and do my homework and I would very much like another course to refresh.”
Sharon, Richards, owner at Tan y Lan Fach holiday cottages said: “The course I attended was possibly one of the best training courses I have attended.
“The students helping me were helpful, very patient and ultimately knowledgeable, not just with the social media aspects of the course but with the tourism field, it was great, can we please come again?”
Pics: Coleg Sir Gâr travel and tourism student Leah Edwards, pictured with members of Carmarthenshire Farm and Country Holidays with lecturer Gareth Harvey