Tourism HR Canada has continued building the Future Skills Framework, a federally funded three-year project compiling a comprehensive bank of the competencies required in tourism.
The completed framework will help minimize skills and labour mismatches in tourism and guide job seekers, educators, and governments as they identify current and emerging skills demands in tourism workplaces.
We’re inviting tourism professionals from across the country to review the skills that have been collected and provide insights on their accuracy and relevancy. Your involvement will help ensure the framework reflects the skills and competencies tourism employers are actively seeking.
To ensure the health and safety of participants, we’ve moved these feedback sessions online. Beginning mid-August, there will be multiple options per week to participate—we’re looking for everyone from front desk agents to food and beverage servers, travel agents to tour guides, and cooks to cashiers.
If you are a tourism professional—no matter what industry or level—who would like to share your experience and be part of future-proofing the our sector, you can sign up for one of these sessions by completing this form.