November 2015 Franco-Irish forum culinary arts, hospitality management and tourism : documentation
The first Franco-Irish forum on Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Training was held on 23rd and 24th NOVEMBER 2015 in Dublin.
Please see below for the Forum’s presentations.
The first Franco-Irish forum on Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Training , aiming at bringing together in a network French and Irish establishments was held in Dublin Institute of Technology on Monday and Tuesday 23-24 November 2015.
Following the signing of the Campus France / Higher Education Authority agreement in April 2015, French and Irish establishments have expressed interest for a further Franco-Irish cooperation in terms of student exchange, internships and trainings, in particular within the framework of the Erasmus+ scheme.
The programme of the two days, and the presentation of the speakers can be found here.
Introduction // "Presentation of the Higher Education Authority and Erasmus+ cooperation between Ireland and France
"Presentation of the Higher Education Authority and Erasmus+ cooperation between Ireland and France" - Gerry O’Sullivan, Head of International Programmes, Higher Education Authority
Session 1 // Introduction to Irish culinary arts, hospitality management and tourism training system
"Introduction to Irish Higher Education (levels, degrees) and introduction to Degrees in Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management and Tourism" - ENG - Ciarán ó hAnnracháin, Ciarán ó hAnnracháin , Head of Department of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts, School of Tourism, Letterkenny Institute of Technology
Session 2 //Introduction to French hospitality management, culinary arts and tourism training system
"Presentation of Campus France and policy in French Higher Education" - Director of the Marketing and Mobility Department, Campus France
"Introduction to French degrees at level 6 and 7 in Culinary Arts" - Jérôme Gercet, Deputy Head of the Savoie-Léman Hotel School
Session 3 //European funding for culinary arts / hospitality management / tourism training
"Erasmus+ programme and funding for Higher Education Institutions" - Gerry O’Sullivan, Head of International Programmes, Higher Education Authority