Canadian-made training programs await you at the Arrival gate
When tourists visit Canada they tend to leave with a few distinct feelings—foremost
among these impressions is how pleasant Canadians are. Good manners are indeed ingrained
in our culture—however, this is only part of the tourism success formula.
Tourists will most likely interact with our front-line service staff in accommodations,
hospitality, and entertainment venues. Many have likely interacted with emerit
trained staff. Canadians may default to pleasantness, but being nice is not enough.
These personality traits must be complimented by skills gleaned from exceptional
training programs. Tourism employees are highly trained by the businesses they work
for, colleges and continuing education institutions, and private organizations and
One such organization is the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC), our
mother company where the emerit training products are researched, designed,
and tested. CTHRC works hand-in-hand with industry, small businesses, education
institutions, and large corporate enterprises, to develop the emerit line
of skill training programs.
Nearly half a decade ago, we received our first order from an international customer.
They purchased a dozen emerit workbooks. Since then, we have worked with
international education institutions and businesses that use emerit to
train their own students and staff.
emerit fits seamlessly into your corporate training programs. You can use
it as a standalone course or integrate it directly into your existing training.
To get started, select an occupation and you'll find a variety of training options.
We have workbooks, eLearning courses, and even trainer guides for many occupations.
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of countries currently using emerit training products...
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