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Save the date 18 November 2021 | NTG Conference: Building a skilled workforce

Save the date for the NTG Conference | Next Tourism Generation: Building a skilled workforce

 

The theme

The nature of the tourism industry is complex, but it also has the potential to influence positive change. Commitment from all organizations in the tourism field is an essential factor in working together to rebuild tourism. It is necessary to develop an agile and future-proof sector, both in the short and long term. This means investing in human capital whilst preparing for digital developments and planning for more sustainable and impactful tourism solutions. But how do we as a travel sector really make a difference so that it will also change? How do we enable connections between education, industry, and governments, and what digital, green, and social implications are needed for future employment?

During this conference, we aim to bridge this gap by providing more information and context on the necessary skills that the industry demands. How to Upskill and Reskill and collaborate on this? We partner with some of the best experts, organizations, and educational institutions from inside and outside the tourism sector to provide participants with the highest level of expertise and share insights from our Next Tourism Generation Project.

 

Draft Programme 18 November 2021

Module 1 10.00 -11.15: Upskilling and reskilling in tourism and hospitality

Module 2 12.00-13.15: Addressing skills needs with innovative collaboration

Module 3 14.00-15.15: Integrating new skills into industry and education curricula

Module 4 16.00-17.15: Evaluation and round table discussion

Module 1-4 starts with 20 minutes presentations of keynotes, followed by a round table discussion

 

More info will follow soon

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