April 11, 2012
The dates and venues for the Institute of Hospitality’s 2012 Regional Management Briefings have been finalised. These high quality half-day seminars are an excellent way for managers and aspiring managers to get up-to-speed on the latest operational issues affecting the hospitality sector. The seminars include a range of expert speakers and are run by the Institute in association with the British Hospitality Association, the Master Innholders, and Springboard UK. They have been spread across the UK and over the year as far as possible. Here are the dates and venues:
|Friday 20 April||Chewton Glen, Hampshire||Book Online|
|Monday 30 April||Bodysgallen Hall, Llandudno, Wales||Book Online|
|Thursday 5 July||South Lodge, Sussex||Book Online|
|Wednesday 26 September||Bovey Castle, Devon||Book Online|
|Wednesday 3 October||Apex City Quay Hotel, Dundee, Scotland||Book Online|
|Friday 2 November||Belmont Hotel, Leicestershire||Book Online|
Further details about the programmes will be provided shortly. The fee for attendance will be £45 plus VAT (£54.00 inc VAT) and it includes lunch.
This is what just three of our attendees at the recent management briefing at the Cottons Hotel in Cheshire had to say:-
“I thought it was a really first-class event and I learned things I was completely unaware that I needed to know. I would describe the day as, in turn, inspirational and educational.” Alison Young MIH, director, AlderCross Training & Events.
“Six speakers in one morning! I came away with new ideas and fully armed with relevant practical guidance for my business.” Tony Spencer, Managing Director, Shire Hotels.
“As a Chief Executive and Principal of Kendal College and an IOH member for almost 20 years I found the IOH management briefing very helpful and informative.
All presentations were of value, the most concerning to our College is the forthcoming waste management legislation and this was not on our horizon. It is an absolute must to get your head around this if you haven’t already, the guest presenter was incredibly knowledgeable and we have now upped our game.” Graham Wilkinson MIH, Principal, Kendal College