From initiatives such as Hospitality Career Catalyst and Ready-to-work Program for newcomers, TSNO members already have access to best-in-class training options for their businesses. Learn more about TSNO programs available here.
TSNO members have access to a work-ready pool of candidates through the Hospitality Career Catalyst program. Participants learn many in-demand skills and industry-recognized certifications.
TSNO members can tap into newcomers who have completed this 10-week program and have graduated with training in Workplace Essentials, Service Excellence, Food Safety (NFSTP), Smart Serve and WHMIS.
TSNO members can tap into career-ready candidates who are looking to work in Northern Ontario. Candidates can select from positions such as Line Cook, Food and Beverage Server, Dock Hand, Housekeeper or Front Desk.
TSNO members can tap into career-ready candidates who have graduated from Hard Ice Water Fishing, Freshwater Fishing Guide & Ambassador, and Hunting Guide & Ambassador programs.
This program is designed to help Ontario’s Indigenous tourism workforce get back to work and help the industry overall continue to grow as we try to bounce back from the effects of COVID-19.
Front-line workers in this program learn why it is important to source, use and celebrate local foods to help support Ontario’s economic development. OTEC will help support this initiative by creating and customizing a suite of online and virtual instructor-led tourism training courses for front-line works in the tourism and hospitality sector.
TSNO members are actively working together to encourage and further conversations at the local level and while aligning recruitment and training with the sector specific skills that employers require the most. TSNO members have a strong voice. They represent and raise awareness of the labour market challenges in their communities because they already have a seat at the table. Members are experiencing the financial and workforce benefits of smarter decision-making by using tools and resources created to do just that. Click here to learn more.