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Tasmania will struggle to meet the demand for tourism workers without training changes, report says

Posted December 07, 2019 11:45:55 Photo: St Albi head chef George Cox says he is doing a lot of the training his apprentices should be getting in classes. (ABC News: Emily Baker) Tasmania‘s only public tourism and hospitality training school may be unable to keep pace with the booming industry, …

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Scientists Trains Giant Tortoises of the Galapagos, Seychelles Islands to Do Tasks, Learnings Remain After 10

It’s easy to presume that tortoises are just lumbering living rocks, too late to learn party tricks, and not smart enough to remember long-term memories. However, a new study suggests we are underestimating our shelled friends. A new study, published in the journal Animal Cognition, discovers how giant tortoises can learn new tasks …

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New Curriculum to boost EAC Hospitality Industry Launched

The hospitality industry (tourism) has got yet another boost from Booking.Com and EyeOpenerWorks which targets skills development for the youth in the East African region. As East Africa continues to remain the hub for tourists on the African continent from around the world, it is imperative that those in the …

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Princess Marina House staff in training for Chestnut’s Inca Trail Challenge 2020

Two colleagues from Princess Marina House, the RAF Benevolent Fund home in Rustington, are heading to Peru for a ten-day adventure, raising money for Chestnut Tree House. Karen Pendle and Debbie Crofton are already in training for the Chestnut’s Inca Trail Challenge 2020 and have various fundraising events planned. Care …

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West Coast Eagles flying high around world on their off-season break

From bike riding in the streets of Mexico to voluntourism in Cambodia to pasta making in Italy, AFL’s elite are showing off some seriously envy-inducing holidays during their 2019 off-season break. Jetting off to Europe, central America, Bali and Vietnam the West Coast Eagles players wasted no time departing Perth …

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Peter Sagan plots programme towards Classics, Giro d’Italia and Tour de France

Peter Sagan’s (Bora-Hansgrohe) 2020 season has begun to take shape with the three-time world champion confirming that the Spring Classics, Giro d’Italia, and Tour de France will form the basis of his campaign. The 29-year-old was in Milan on Thursday to watch the unveiling of the 2020 Giro d’Italia, before …

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A Mount Maunganui optometrist helps tackle Fiji’s growing eye care problem

Stepping out of her normal day job, Bay of Plenty optometrist Bridget Field, swapped the Mount for Suva after she was given the opportunity to help contribute to an initiative designed to deliver a long-term, sustainable solution to the region’s eye health problems. As part of an outreach programme I …

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Collingwood couple set their sails for world of adventure

You can’t beat taking on a new challenge to stimulate your senses and give you some new life vigour. That’s exactly what ex-Collingwood General Store owners Craig and Karen Bishop-Everett will be doing when they sail off for several years on their newly purchased 45ft (13. 8m) yacht, Optimist of …

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The course helping youths find careers in the heart of Australia

When Jeanette Page was thinking about what she wanted to do with her life – quite a big question for anyone, but especially when school is a not-too distant memory – she made a bold decision. The then 20-year-old packed up her belongings and left her small hometown in Queensland …

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The course helping youths find careers in heart of Australia

When Jeanette Page was thinking about what she wanted to do with her life – quite a big question for anyone, but especially when school is a not-too distant memory – she made a bold decision. The then 20-year-old packed up her belongings and left her small hometown in Queensland …

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