The Co-Lead Tourism Project won the ATHE Award “Best project for Leadership in the Visitor Economy”.
The Association of Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) Awards scheme celebrates the impact that teaching, learning and research in tourism can have on society.
The Association is striving to ensure that the case for tourism in higher education is heard by the relevant stakeholders and sees this award scheme as recognising excellence with regards to:
• Building leadership and management capacity in the visitor economy
• Understanding global complexity through tourism.
Co-Lead Tourism Project won the Best project award under the category “Leadership in the Visitor Economy”, as PM4SD has been recognised as a leadership management training certification for the tourism industry.
The awards were presented at the annual conference at Cardiff Metropolitan University 7-9th December 2016. Sheena Carlisle
and Andrew Jones
presented the Co-Lead Project and received the award.
Download the presentation here:Colead Tourism Project2
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