During the last week of January the new Juno Beach Centre Canadian guides followed an in intense 5 day training course in order to prepare for their new positions at the museum.
The training focuses mainly on with historical content, the educational presentations in the temporary exhibit and guided tours of Juno Park. They are also trained on our customer service standards, admissions, boutique sales, and fire safety instructions. An entire day is dedicated to the visiting the other D-Day landing beaches and important landmarks in the Canadian sector.
During their 7 month tenure at the museum, these young guides will continue their training under the supervision of Marie-Eve Vaillancourt, History Department Manager and Rebecca Le Savoureux, Customer Service Manager.
At the end of March and May, the team with grown with the arrival of four other guides , who will benefit from the same training course in order to welcome visitors until the end of the year.
Stay tuned for introductions to our 2016 team!
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