A Solution-Focused Approach to Attracting and Retaining Staff in Tourism

17 Feb, 2023 10 am to 12 pm City Centre, Grangegorman Central Quad (CQ501)
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The School of Culinary Arts & Food Technology has organised a panel discussion on "A Solution-Focused Approach to Attracting and Retaining Staff in Tourism and Hospitality". The event will take place in Central Quad (Room CQ501) on the 17th of February, from 10-12 pm and is a hybrid event. This is an event organised by the School with the Pantour Consortium, an Erasmus + funded project, which aims to create impactful skilling initiatives in Europe. It will also celebrate the 1-year anniversary of the Pact for Skills for Tourism (PfST), an organisation that promotes actions through the establishment and implementation of large-scale skills partnerships at national, regional and local levels in Europe.

More information on the Pantour project is at: https://nexttourismgeneration.eu/pantour/


Elfa Kere - Policy Officer – Tourism at European Commission (GROW)

Michael Quinn - Manager of Tourism Careers (Fáilte Ireland)

Arran Wiltshire – Director of Events, European Tourism Association (ETOA)

Chloe Murphy – Student at the TU Dublin's BA in Tourism Management

Registration for online and in-person participation is available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/522462909627