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PACE Learning and Development Forum 2016 date announced

17 December 2015 by

The Professional Association for Catering Education (PACE) Learning and Development Forum will take place from 9 to 11 March 2016 at the Hilton London Docklands.

The forum brings together people in culinary education with employers from the hospitality sector and highlights career opportunities.

The forum also offers guidance and advice for all hospitality and culinary education professionals and associated organisations.

The programme comprises workshops, discussions and masterclasses focusing on topics and trends affecting the sector.

The forum topics include the future of food, mixology, global food trends and hospitality technology. The PACE Awards for 2016 will also be held at the forum.

Confirmed speakers and presenters include Adrian Valeriano, vice president of restaurant sales and services at OpenTable, Matt Anderson and Adam Routlege, co-founders of the Edible Bug Farm and Martin Morales, founder of Ceviche.

Geoff Booth, national chair of PACE, said: "The PACE forum is an excellent platform for all parties to meet and discuss how colleges and employers can work together for the benefit of the next generation of hospitality professionals and the future of the industry."


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