The CAUTHE Teaching and Learning SIG is hosting a workshop Tourism & Hospitality Education Futures at University of Queensland on 3 December 2012.
This workshop is aimed at educators and education managers interested in the future of tourism and hospitality education in Australia. The purpose of the workshop is to explore global and national drivers that will shape the future of tourism and hospitality education to enable participants to clarify policy, debate strategy and confront the challenges faced at a time of transformation. The workshop will provide an overview of the international and Australian context before highlighting developments across the sector. The second half of the day will be devoted to an interactive visioning session exploring the trends and drivers that will impact on Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education to 2025. The workshop offers a unique opportunity to network with peers, hear the latest thinking and gain insight into the future of tourism and hospitality education in Australia.
Invited Speakers & Panel Members:
- Professor Emerita Pauline Sheldon, University of Hawaii
- Associate Professor Mark Freeman, The University of Sydney
We welcome your participation and look forward to the release of the final reports of the ALTC/OLT project Building a Stronger Future: Balancing liberal and vocational education ideals in tourism, hospitality and events education.
- CAUTHE Associate/Student Members: $20
- CAUTHE Non-members: $40
RSVP: Please click here to register.
For further information, including registering your dietary requirements, please email Anthony Ash (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 19 November 2012.