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Activity Tourism Forum Questionnaire – YOUR OPINION COUNTS

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chris scott
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Posted on 5 November 2008 at 09:48
The Activity Tourism Forum was established in May 2006 by CAAN and NITB. The terms of reference (objectives) for the Activity Tourism Forum (see appendix A) were set at this Forum and then ratified by an elected Activity Tourism Working Group in December 2006.

In October 2008 the 6th meeting of the Activity Tourism Forum was held at Clearsky Adventure Centre, Castle Ward.

CAAN / NITB both feel this is an opportune moment to assess the terms of reference of the Activity Tourism Forum for the following the reasons:

The original terms of reference were established two years ago and there has been considerable development in the industry within this period

NITB Corporate Plan 2009 – 2011 is set for publication shortly

CAAN is currently carrying out research in order to prepare a new 10 year Outdoor Recreation Strategy (present strategy was produced in 1998)

This will involve a critical look at CAAN’s current structure including the effectiveness of its sub groups, of which the Activity Tourism Forum is one, with a view to determining whether these should continue in the future

By completing this questionnaire you will be able to provide your opinion on the usefulness and relevance of the Activity Tourism Forum and help shape how you would like it to develop and deliver in the future, if it is deemed by its membership to be a worthwhile grouping.

This is your opportunity to have a direct impact on the delivery of Activity Tourism in the future. Your answers will be treated as confidential at all times. Any information made available from the research will only be total results for the industry.

I would appreciate if you could download, complete and return the questionnaire by Friday 21st November 2008
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