Recreational tourism businesses in the region and their employees are invited to attend a free training session offered by Tourisme Montérégie on November 3rd, from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Hotel Plaza in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield.
This event is organized by the Escapade Beauharnois-Salaberry regional promotion service of the RCM, in collaboration with the hotel establishment of Valleyfield. During the occasion, participants will be invited to learn more about the transformation of the customer experience, particularly in times of pandemic, as well as how merchants and entrepreneurs linked to the tourism industry can overcome the feeling of refraction to change.
Those present will be entitled to two conferences. The first will focus on the beneficial effects of making tourist establishments accessible to people with limited physical ability. This presentation will be offered by KÉROUL, an organization specializing in assessment, certification, training and recommendation services to improve the accessibility of your establishment. It will also discuss the possibility of submitting a grant application to the Tourism Accessibility Program.
The second lecture entitled “Le changement est permanent “ will be given by the renowned Sylvain Guimond. Mr. Guimond will share with his audience the perceptions that make us
resistant to change and the strategies with which we can break free from it.
Escapade Beauharnois-Salaberry would like to remind you that this invitation to this free training from Tourisme Montérégie is an event not to be missed for recreational tourism businesses in the region.
We also suggest that management of interested companies do not hesitate to share this invitation with their employees, as well as with their network of contacts. It should be noted that this event is accessible to everyone, and not only to members of Tourisme Montérégie. Places are however limited. Depending on the instructions received from the government and from Tourisme d’affaires Québec, please note that the presentation of the vaccination passport is not required.
“What better opportunity for stakeholders in the regional tourism industry to recharge their batteries and meet face-to-face, after months of telecommuting and confinement. This is a great opportunity to network, learn more and better prepare with new tools for the next season. We count on you!”, said Chantal Dostie, regional promotion coordinator at the Beauharnois-Salaberry RCM.