With the continuous rollout of tourism infrastructure in the UAE and KSA, the task of finding hospitality stars remains a challenge for employers. Richard Stolz, principal at Roland Berger Middle East’s transportation, tourism and logistics practice in Dubai, talks talent in the region.
The project aims to empower youth from both genders in the hospitality sector to help reduce the unemployment ratio in Jordan.
The partnership between Maroun Chedid Cooking Academy and Campus de Groisy will provide exceptional experiences in catering cuisine.
The shop and baking school, which has several locations across London, is offering baking and pastry skills workshops twice a week at its Expo 2020 location in the Mobility Zone.
Sommet Education will provide TDF’s employees and clients with the opportunity to enroll in training courses for various professions.
Le Cordon Bleu will also propose a program dedicated to Saudi Arabian cuisine, to highlight the local ingredients, flavors and gastronomy.
As part of their curriculum, senior La Sagesse students are required to design and execute a capstone project under the guidance of their instructors.
Different hotel brands are attempting to come up with innovative solutions to cope with the unusual conditions COVID-19 has forced. Four Seasons are surely avant-garde in this area.
Learning and Development (L&D) is an integral part of employee and customer satisfaction strategies in the hospitality sector. It has, however, taken years for F&B establishments and hotel chains to establish L&D departments, and most still struggle to identify a substantial business need. Sabrina Spillner, head of learning solutions, people and change – Learning Solutions at KPMG lower Gulf, sheds light on how L&D can affect a company’s performance.