A Tourism & Hospitality PD Event
This major teacher professional development day is brought to you by: The Gateway to Industry for the food, wine and tourism industry program.
This event will be like no other we have offered previously, you will be inspired and learn from presenters:
- Matt Moran - Australian Food icon ,Chef, business owner and author
- Mark Olive - Australian Indigenous Chef, TV personality and business owner
- Matt Golinski - Ambassador of Gateway Program and Head Chef
- Leanne Coddington - CEO of Tourism & Events Queensland (TEQ)
- James Kavanagh - Managing Director of Flight Centre
- Dr Polly Burey - From USQ and a talented chemical and materials engineer
In addition, you will have the opportunity to view trade booths with future technologies such as 3d food printers, the use of drones and food wastage solutions. We will also look at hydroponic growing techniques , coffee evolutions and many more.
Join us for a day of demonstrations and presentations from famous chefs to titans in the tourism industry and will finish with an opportunity to network with speakers & your colleagues .
9:00am Morning Introduction - Matt Golinski - Chef
9:10am Matt Moran - Celebrity Chef
Evolution of using fresh seasonal produce and modern plating
11:15am Morning Tea
11:40am James Kavanagh - MD Flight Centre Group
What do future careers in the retail and wholesale travel industry look like?
Looking forward post 2020.
12:15pm Dr Polly Burey - USQ
Food Waste Solutions and food 3D printer demo
1:45pm Leanne Coddington - CEO Tourism & Events QLD
Importance of the industry in QLD, strategic plans for growth, jobs and what does the future of tourism look like?
2:15pm Mark Olive - Celebrity Chef
Cooking with Culture - Demo
Fusing native indigenous Australian ingredients with contemporary cooking techniques.
3:20 4:20pm Networking Drinks
(21st Technology demos/stands)
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