RMIT University Vietnam’s Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management program is expanding work integrated learning to build job-ready skills and increase access to talent for employers in Vietnam.
Hospitality is globally thriving. To join this industry, learning the key skills has become easier with institutions and schools popping up everywhere. If you are considering going into hospitality, here are some key reasons as to why now is the perfect time to study it in Australia.
Celebrating the seasons in a Tasmanian kitchen: In Tasmania talented and passionate producers grow, breed and harvest world-recognised produce from its unpolluted waters and rich, fertile soils. Therefore Tasmania has become a special food-lovers’ island paradise. In this delicious book with this fresh seasonal produce at her fingertips, Karen Goodwin-Roberts, one of the island’s most passionate teacher chefs, shares her cooking experience with friends in some of Tasmania’s most enticing settings, celebrating four seasons with four fabulous feasts.
Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam is pleased to invite Australian hospitality students and alumni to join our newest series: There’s nothing like Australia to explore some of the best from Australia’s beautiful destinations and culture. Australia is abundant with unique experiences and awe-inspiring landscapes. There’s a well-known vibrancy in its natural beauty, but don’t forgetContinue reading “Webinar: Come Down for Air Tasmania”
Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam is pleased to invite Australian hospitality students and alumni to join our Educational Event Series: Hospitality 101 – World of Events. This event is ideal for entry level hospitality students, who would like to explore about Event planning stories and an opportunity for you to virtually meet with our industryContinue reading “Webinar: Hospitality 101: World of Events”
A great location, friendly service, and an executive lounge are three things that can make a hotel appealing to business travellers – but what about the room itself?
A new report from call validation and fraud detection company, Next Caller illuminates just how the stress test that travel brands have been under since the ‘return to travel’ has impacted customers and lessened the margin for error brands in the industry have when it comes to customer service and CX.