Hospitality & Tourism Educators vs. The Industry: A competency assessment
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education
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The purpose of this study is to determine the discrepancies, if any, in the competencies being taught in the classroom for hospitality tourism students versus what lodging and food and beverage professionals believe are the most important competencies to be taught. Personal interviews were conducted with both educators of, and industry professionals working in, lodging management, and the food and beverage industry. The results, incorporated into a competency domain model, indicate that there are small gaps between professionals and educators in both industries. This discovery suggests that lines of communication are not fully open between educators and professionals.
Competency; Food and beverage; Hospitality education; Lodging
Business | Food and Beverage Management | Hospitality Administration and Management
Moreo, P. J.
Hospitality & Tourism Educators vs. The Industry: A competency assessment.
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, 22(2),