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A VERY SUCCESSFUL TRAIN-THE-TRAINER PROGRAMME in BEIJING
Andreas Latzenhofer held a one-week teachers’ training seminar at the MODUL course at the Beijing Business School in the Easter holidays this year. The objective was to enhance the BBS’s service teachers’ general teaching competence in restaurant service as well as to brush up their knowledge and skills in restaurant service.
The training included a brush-up in modern international service and table-side cooking service, customer relations at international hotels and restaurants, complaint management as well as competence-based teaching methods. The teachers showed a keen interest in learning the skills and competences necessary for their teaching assignments.
As BBS has been appointed a “model” school, that is one of the best vocational schools in China, it regularly organizes trainings and seminar for teachers of other vocational schools. Mr Latzenhofer gave evidence of the success of his training as one of his seminar participants provided impeccable training to the 14 teachers from other schools.
Due to the great success of this seminar additional trainings of this kind are requested for the future.
Once again a representative of MODUL has positioned our institute as one of the leading hotel and tourism schools of the world.
MODUL and CHINA: A STORY OF SUCCESS AND MUTUAL BENEFIT
MODUL’s activities in the People’s Republic of China are crowned with success. Prof. Habitzl and Prof. Wagner could see for themselves that projects initiated and supervised by MODUL are prospering.
On the regular evaluation visit to the Beijing Business School, which runs a vocational programme for international hospitality management according to MODUL quality criteria, our two representatives were proud to note a considerable progress in teaching standards, in the knowledge and skills of the students and an increased awareness of the programme in the international hotel scene of Beijing. Graduates of our course are more than welcome to launch their career in the international hospitality industry in China.
Moreover, the Beijing Business School has been awarded the title “model school” – an honour that only a few vocational schools in Beijing share. Its international dimension was one of the criteria for this award.
News have long spread in the People’s Republic of China that the Austrian system of vocational education in tourism is the perfect gateway to a successful career. Our teaching programmes with their combination of general knowledge, in-depth business-related know-how and practical skills are seen as models readily adopted. In order to become better acquainted with our teaching methods and contents Chinese teachers of hospitality and tourism management regularly attend seminars of further education at MODUL. We are currently hosting a seven weeks’ seminar for 20 teachers from all regions of China – the tenth of its kind in a series. We are convinced that this rewarding partnership will continue in the future.