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Your Role as Host is Key to the Success of Aboriginal Tourism

 

Overview

In this one-day tourism workshop, participants learn about providing excellent customer service in the Aboriginal tourism industry, which continues to grow across Canada. This workshop is designed to celebrate the culture and community of Indigenous people while covering various topics including how to master communication and interpersonal skills and learn about the hospitality industry. After completing this workshop, participants receive a certificate which is recognized by the Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC and WorldHost® Training Services.

Our Funding Partner is the Coastal Corridor Consortium – a partnership of Capilano University, Vancouver Community College, with the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, Lil’Wat, Musqueam, and Sechelt Nations, along with two urban Indigenous organizations, the Métis Nation of British Columbia, and United Native Nations.

First Host Workshop Locations

We have trainers who can deliver this workshop in 13 communities throughout British Columbia.   If you would like to take the First Host workshop in a community located near you, contact our Tourism Program Manager (insert link) for more information.

  •         Old Massett
  •         Prince Rupert
  •         Prince George
  •         Williams Lake
  •         Alert Bay
  •         Kamloops
  •         Mount Currie
  •         Squamish
  •         Chilliwack
  •         North Vancouver
  •         West Vancouver
  •         Richmond
  •         Port Alberni

Cost

The cost per participant varies depending on the number registered. After 13 seats have been filled, the cost is $85.00 per participant. Travel expenses are covered by the sponsoring organization.

For more information, contact:

Jason LaRochelle, Dean of Academics
First Host Workshop
604.873.3772 Ext. 319
jlarochelle@necvancouver.org