Learn on your own time- no travel required! Time is a precious commodity, yet we must continue to learn, adapt and adjust our tourism offerings as we emerge from the pandemic and set ourselves up for success for the future.
To assist registered RTO8 stakeholders (tourism businesses, organizations, associations, and professionals located within Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough City or County and Northumberland County) expand their skills and prepare for 2022, will have collaborated with the Tourism Café Canada to provide free access to a suite of new online, bilingual courses until March 31, 2022.
Check out our new learning portal and register today. New courses will be released each month; factor in the current COVID-19 realities, and offer critical, tourism-specific insights to assist tourism businesses Each course ranges from 30 to 60 minute, includes a template or worksheet to assist you in applying the learning after the course. You can complete each e-course in one sitting or return at your leisure from anywhere and on any electronic device, 24/7.
- Tap into Trends: 2021 / Exploitez les tendances: 2021
- Costing and Pricing / Calcul des couts et des prix
- Designing Memorable Travel / Concevoir des voyages mémorables
- Packaging Travel / Les voyages organisés
- Piloting Experiences / Expériences de pilotage
- Tap into Trends: 2022 / Exploitez les tendances: 2022
Watch our newsletter for updates. And, if there are other topics you’d like to see offered, please send an email to Brenda Wood, Executive Director for RTO8 (firstname.lastname@example.org). Enjoy!
Visit our e-learning portal to learn more and register
Looking for inspiration from fellow tourism operators in our region? Check out the discussion summaries from the 13 Ideas Lab hosted as part of RTO8’s support to pandemic recovery.
Topic 2: Costing and Pricing in Covid Times
Topic 12: A Coalition of the Willing