Our Values

Values Statement of Resources Centre


  • Promote the good work;
  • The meaning of perseverance in work;
  • Self-fulfillment through the acquisition of skills;
  • Sense of endurance in the work;
  • Sense of solidarity and mutual aid for the achievement of a common goal in the teamwork;
  • Sense of willingness to have attracted several active students means that the majority of the continuing learning skills and development are not placed upon only a few students of the cohort since we know that many hands make for a lighter workload for everyone involved;
  • Sense of collaboration between learners from diverse backgrounds, other professionals and partners from several disciplines to provide sustainable solutions to the expectations in local communities;
  • Willingness to continue learning new skills and knowledge through continuing education and professional development throughout the lifelong learning in your career;
  • It promotes loyalty to professional ethics as prescribed by the Code of Ethics ODLRC© in practice and international quality standards in the industry of Travel and Tourism, Hotel and Restauration, Food and Beverages, e.g., alcoholic and natural fruit juices (apricot, pineapple, grape-fruit, guavas, mangoes, oranges, pomegranate, papayas, etc.); and,
  • ODLRC© adopts a pression continuing towards Quality and Excellence in the services-oriented customers.

The goal is to form a supportive community for sharing knowledge transfer by improving your business skills and trades through their immediate use to enhance sustainable economic development on the ground in your local communities.

Ottawa (Ontario), Canada
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 This corporation is registered under the Canada Business Corporations Act (CBSA) (R.S.C. 1985, c. C-44). This is the state that governs federally incorporated business in Canada.



The United Nations 70th General Assembly has designated 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development (A/RES/70/193).
This is a unique opportunity to raise awareness of the contribution of sustainable tourism to development among public and private sector decision-makers and the public, while mobilizing all stakeholders to work together in making tourism a catalyst for positive change.
In the context of the universal 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the International Year aims to support a change in policies, business practices and consumer behavior towards a more sustainable tourism sector that can contribute to the SDGs.

World Tourism Day Sep. 27, 2017

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