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Tobago Information Technology Limited (TITL) is a
"Special Purpose Company" of the Tobago House of As-
sembly (THA) reporting to the Secretary for the Division
of Finance and Enterprise Development. TITL is ideally
headquartered in the suburban village of Signal Hill, To-
bago, at the Information Technology Centre (ITC), the
forefront of Information and Communication Technology
(ICT) services on the Island of Tobago. TITL creates the
partnership that delivers consistent customer experi-
ences across all channels; we can identify client's needs,
propose cost-effective solutions and execute them in a
flexible, functional plan resulting in additional savings for
To provide quality service to our stakeholders, both for-
eign and domestic, while stimulating growth and effi-
ciency within the realm of ICT.
1) The 211 Contact Centre: Competent Staff, Courte-
ous Service, Accurate Information.
• Provides 24-hour access to real time INFORMA-
TION where residents and visitors to Tobago can
dial these three (3) digits, 211, to gain toll-free ac-
cess to a wide range of government services and in-
formation provided in Tobago and Trinidad by
• Provide residents and visitors with 24-hour access
to Emergency Service Providers on the island of To-
2) Medical Transcription and Data Entry.
3) Employment Exchange Bureau (EXB):
• Popularly known as "Tobago Jobs," the EXB can
easily be accessed via its website http://www.to-
• Used by employers to post available vacancies
within their organizations.
• This service is also an asset to unemployed jobseek-
ers, as well as employed persons wishing to change
4) Information Technology (IT) Training:
• We offer our expertise and guidance to any group
or company that desire IT training or retraining for
their members' development.
• Specializing in MS Office, basic and advanced.
5) Facilities Rental: The facilities are available for
meetings, staff training, seminars, conferences, so-
cial events, wedding receptions, intimate gatherings
and small parties.
• Our IT Infrastructure and tech support can accom-
modate video, as well as teleconferences.
• Our Training room is fully equipped with computers
and chairs for over20 persons.
In its commitment to the development of the human
resource capital of Tobago, TITL offers free internet ac-
cess and computer literacy training to residents from as
young as five (5) years. We also provide 24-hour access
to emergency service providers (TTPS, TTFS, TEMA, and
TEMS), as well as facilitate a free Emergency Medical
Alert System (EMAS) for the elderly and persons living
with disabilities on the island of Tobago.
CALL 211 or visit out our website: http://itc.gov.tt for
Tobago is traditionally thought of for its turquoise, calm
seas and golden sandy beaches. But the island offers much
more than this popular Caribbean image. Tobago's lush,
green interior is not to be missed and is definitely worth ex-
ploring. Rainforest and woodland teeming with life, cliffs
and mountain ridges, refreshing waterfalls and rivers as well
as remnants of Tobago's history and culture are just waiting
to be discovered. Many of these adventures offer the
chance to see a part of Tobago many visitors miss.
Mountain Biking: Tobago's is one of the best destinations in the Caribbean for
mountain biking, from breathtaking and challenging downhill trails and summit
to sea level runs to easy routes along the coast. It is the perfect way to explore
the interior, offering riders the chance to get "up, close and personal" with nature
as well as evidence of Tobago's past. Local guides will expertly show you parts
of the island which many visitors rarely see. Many of the trails have mysterious
and intriguing names like "Gru-Gru Boeuf", "Wild Cow Trace", and "Sky Loops"
and "Chocolate Cake" - your guide will explain all!
Courtesy the Tobago Hotel and Tourism Association
"Together, Getting Tobago Tourism Right!"
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