Edinburgh seminar shapes training future

01 January 2000
Edinburgh seminar shapes training future

A hospitality and tourism conference which aims to shape the future of hospitality training and its links with industry will take place at Napier University, Edinburgh, on 6 and 7 April.

Around 80 delegates from 50 or more UK universities and colleges are expected to discuss topics ranging from employment and ownership patterns to computer information systems for hotels and room sales management. David Littlejohn of Napier's hospitality and tourism department said most employers knew that universities and colleges could provide good placement students but few realised how much educational institutions could contribute to research projects.

The conference is the third to be organised by the Council for Hospitality Management Education.

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