2022_Tourism_Congress/philip_mondor.jpgPhilip Mondor

Mr. Mondor is President and CEO of Tourism HR Canada. Mr. Mondor is a recognized labour market specialist with more than 25 years of experience. His extensive work is both national and international, having worked with labour market stakeholders across Canada and abroad, including foreign governments, pan-global organizations, Canadian and non-Canadian businesses, and various education and training bodies.

Mr. Mondor led projects on ‘the development of systemic models’ concerning the recognition of foreign-trained individuals in non-regulated fields of practice that led to several initiatives that improved learner and worker mobility (e.g. Canada’s first qualifications frameworks, program valuation models, international competency standards). Currently, Mr. Mondor is an advisory member of the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Ryerson University. He is a Board Member of the Events Management Body of Knowledge, an international group tasked with facilitating global standards of practice. He is a technical advisor to INSSO (International Network of Skills Sector Organizations) concerning methodologies for setting competency (industry) standards. Recently, Mr. Mondor was appointed to the Deputy Minister’s Advisory Council, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.