Jet-ski and beach paraglide operators would attend similar seminars from September 10 or 11, he told a gathering dealing with tourism issues today.
English language skills and a broader knowledge of how Phuket tourism works would be part of the seminars, the governor told the meeting at Phuket Provincial Hall in Phuket City.
Tourism guides on Phuket would soon be given the opportunity to attend courses in Chinese, Russian and Korean languages at Phuket's Rajabhat University, he said.
The Crime Crisis Centres to be operated by the Department of Special Investigations and the Ministry of Tourism and Sport from next month had the province's full support, the governor said.
Another series of seminars would follow designed to explain and clarify the laws governing investment and obligations in Thailand to to the owners of Russian, Chinese and Korean businesses operating on Phuket, he said.
One aim would be to have Thai guides in place on all tours to Phuket to work with native-speaking guides from the countries where the tourists originated, he said.