|Organisation :||Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology|
|Type :||Établissement d'enseignement|
|Mandat :||Niagara College enables our students, clients and community to successfully meet the economic, social and cultural challenges of a global society. The College will: offer a strategic mix of programs that meet and exceed standards and expectations, relevance and quality and lead to success in achieving personal, educational and career goals; ensure that our college is accessible and inviting; act as a major partner in economic development for the Niagara Region; become known for a distinctive focus on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial approaches within college programs and operations; encourage and sustain strong organizational and employee commitment to learning and improving our skills, knowledge and ways of working, support communities and industry by being enterprising, innovative and globally connected and; be resourceful in the pursuit of financial self-sufficiency.|
|Adresse :||Niagara College - Department of International Education and Development, IEDD
S-102, 300 Woodlawn Road
FAX: (905) 735-2413
|Veuillez visiter le site Internet de l'organisation offrant ce stage pour connaître ses exigences avant de lui envoyer votre curriculum vitae.|
|Personne ressource :||International Project Specialist|
|Secteur :||Destination plurisectorielle ou transversale|
|Description du stage :||
The Tourism and Hospitality Association of Guyana (THAG) is a member of
the Private Sector Commission. It is an umbrella body of all Tourism related
entities. Members include hoteliers, resort owners, tour operators
(eco-tourism), travel agents, restaurants, jewelers and craft shops,
transportation services among others. This association was formed twelve years
ago by a small group of five persons. THAG is also a member of the Caribbean
4-week Pre-departure program "Young Professionals Going Global" detailed under the Implementation Plan and Time Line tab
The Environmental Education Officer will work with THAG, The GOG and its Ministry of Tourism to further develop an environmental awareness strategy for Guyana's emerging eco-tourism businesses. Utilizing Environmental Management principles, the Environmental Education Officer will focus on practical conservation initiatives to increase environmental awareness in Guyana through the application of environmental best practices and management practices. The main objective of the EEO would be to work with the THAG to research and develop environmentally protective policies for the emerging eco-tourism small business sector. These policies would be intended to raise awareness of the sensitive Guyanese ecosystems and the significance of sustaining the rainforests for future use.
The intern will:
- Assist in the environmental policy development by researching and collecting environmental data specific to Guyana
- Assist the Tourism Authority with the appropriate categorization of environmental issues in Guyana
- Participate in the development of printed materials for small eco-tourism business owners
- Conduct seminars in environmental awareness for the Tourism Authority staff and small business owners associated with it.
|Organisation d'accueil :||Guyana Tourism Authority|
|Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil :||THAG is a member of the Private Sector Commission. It is an umbrella body of all Tourism related entities. The association was established in January 1991 by a number of persons working in the tourism industry. Initially called the Tourism association of Guyana (TAG), its main aim was to lobby the Government of Guyana to create a Tourism Board as a legal entity. Early 1999, TAG evolved into The Tourism & Hospitality Association of Guyana (THAG) in recognition of the magnitude of the industry. THAG has steadily pursued partnership with the Government in developing and expanding the many aspects of the tourism industry, including eco-tourism, the generic marketing, as well as positioning individual members locally, regionally and internationally, and in introducing and maintaining the highest standards with operators in the industry.
1. To foster both foreign and local goodwill toward the tourism industry.
2. To market the tourism product of the country locally, regionally and internationally.
3. To work with government to establish and maintain standards for the industry.
4. To promote legislation that will benefit, improve and expand the tourism industry in Guyana.
THAG and the Government of Guyana (GOG), and its Ministry of Tourism, Industry & Commerce, have today built a strong alliance to promote and develop Guyana's many environmental, natural and cultural attributes as a tourism destination.