Tourism Assurance Plan (TAP)
The Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism Board is leading the effort to elevate the quality of tourism services and attractions available in the province. By establishing common minimum standards, industry partners are aiming to promote tourism organizations that provide quality travel experiences and assist tourism services and attractions improve the way they operate. In the future, these standards must be met in order for tourism services and attractions to participate in provincial marketing and development initiatives, qualify for membership in Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador (HNL) and participate in partnership/membership activities with regional Destination Management Organizations (DMOs).
Partners of the Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism Board continue to support industry in raising the bar for quality services and attractions throughout the province through the Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism Assurance Plan (TAP).read more
There are several resources available to help you become TAP compliant. Below, you can view webinars and documents about various topics relating to TAP as well as a list of Frequently Asked Questions about TAP.read more
- 1 May 27, 2016 WorldHost Fundamentals – Open Call for Workshop...more...
- 2 May 30, 2016 Industry Feedback Event – Gandermore...
- 3 Jun 18, 2016 WorldHost Fundamentals – Open Call for Workshop...more...
- 4 Jun 27, 2016 WorldHost Fundamentals – Open Call for Workshop...more...
- 5 Jun 30, 2016 WorldHost Fundamentals – Open Call for Workshop...more...
emerit has been developed by the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) in collaboration with tourism industry professionals. It has become synonymous with excellence, credibility, and professionalism in the Canadian tourism sector. For more information go to www.emerit.ca.
The Discover Tourism career awareness program was developed to communicate employment and career opportunities in the tourism sector to a range of target audiences including Youth, New Canadians, Persons with Disabilities, Pre and Post Retirees.
The Canadian Academy of Travel & Tourism (CATT) focuses on building partnerships between education and industry in order to foster the next generation of Canadian travel & tourism leaders.