A three-year initiative to address the changing nature of work in the tourism sector, the Future Skills Framework will provide a better way to align the skills available within the Canadian labour market and those needed by tourism employers.
Looking for up-to-date information on the tourism industry? Each year, Tourism HR Canada conducts, updates, and publishes several major reports containing the most recent data of interest to members of the tourism sector.
Tourism HR Canada congratulates the Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick (TIANB) on the launch of its new program aimed at creating more qualified... Read more.
The SMART accreditation program has hit another milestone: HT Hospitality Training becomes the first private institution to achieve the SMART+ distinction, highlighting the range... Read more.
The Destination Employment project aims to help unemployed and underemployed newcomers secure well-paid, stable, long-term hotel jobs. Equally important is developing a sustainable, systemic... Read more.