TQA were delighted to participate in #DMDNL (Disabilities Mentoring Day NL). Sheldon spent the day with Gail and Nancy learning about the role TQA plays within the tourism industry. In addition, he visited The Capital Hotel and the Holiday Inn Express and Suites St. John’s Airport for a visit to learn what we look for […]
$55.4 billion CDN is the estimated buying power of Canadians with disability. This number grows to $366.5 billion CDN when you add in friends and family. (Canadian Business SenseAbility). Consider an accessibility audit through our Access Advisor program. Plus if you already participate in the Canada Select or Camping Select programs, you are qualified for a 50% discount! […]
Just because you have a ramp, does not mean you are accessible! Unfortunately many ramps do not take into account the grade – many are too steep to use safely; or as in the picture below, the threshold is too high and uneven. The following is a tweet from a parent of a child who […]
Dolphin Disabilities Mentoring Day in Partnership with Hospitality NL and Inclusion NL is taking place on March 21, 2018. TQA are excited to participate in this program as a mentor. We will have an opportunity to share some insight of how we assist tourism operators in NL by ensuring standards are met. In addition, TQA […]
We have the opportunity to work with many wonderful tourism operators each and every day in this province. Recently we developed a video and heard from some of those champions about their views on quality and standards in the tourism industry in NL. Check out our video here. Special thanks to Roger Maunder with Up […]
Quality Assurance plays an important role in tourism in NL. TQA are committed to providing programs that aim to raise the level of quality among tourism products and services. A series of Webinars were held in order to inform all program participants of the value of these programs to industry. If you missed the live […]
Check out TQA’s article on all things quality assurance on page 14 in the Winter 2018 edition of Tourism Times.
See the person, not the disability.
Interested in reading up on what’s happening in tourism in NL? Check out the Provincial Product Development Plan from the Department of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation.