Kick start your career! Tourism is growing faster in the Caribbean than anywhere else in the world. The tourism industry has the potential to expand 70% over the next 10 years.The tourism sector includes Accommodation, Food and Beverage, Adventure, Transportation, Attractions, Travel Trade, Events and Conferences and Tourism Services.
The practice of making visitors feel at home by providing for them a place to stay. Types of Accomodation: Large Deluxe Hotels, Resorts, All-Inclusive Hotels, Guest Houses and Host Homes.
Jobs in Accommodation
To create culinary delights for customers. Work in hotels, restaurants, speciality and fine dining establishments, catering firms, nightclubs ,bars and cocktail lounges.
Jobs in Food and Beverage
Involves a broad range of outdoor activites which are tailored to suit the needs of tourists.
Jobs in Adventure Tourism
Allows for the movement of people via air, ground or water to their destinations. Industries include - Airline, Taxi, Car Rental, Tour Bus and Cruise Ships.
Jobs in Transportation
While visitors are naturally attracted to the sun, sea and sand of the Caribbean, there are also cultural and historical sites that entertain as well as educate them.
Jobs in Attractions
This sector involves the packaging of many travel experiences into one package in order to sell it to the customer. Packages often include accommodation, transportation, meals, sightseeing, activites and entertainment.
Jobs in the Travel Trade
Planning, organizing, and executing events and conferences. As an events planner you can be involved in organizing carnivals, music festivals, sporting events and expositions.
Jobs in Events and Conferences
The organization and facilitation of the entire tourism industry. Consists of organizations, associations and government agencies that develop and implement policies, procedures, and training intiatives for the entire industry with the aim of keeping Trinidad and Tobago current with changing trends internationally.
Jobs in Tourism Services