Living and Working on board a Cruise, how does it like?
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- Plymouth University x HKU SPACE Day
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- | Hospitality, Tourism & Events
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- 12Oct 2017 (Thu)19:00 - 21:00 Free
Ms. Laura Escober, Crew trainer, MSC Cruises in Hong Kong & Macau district
Crew trainer, MSC Cruises in Hong Kong & Macau district, with Over 10 years experience in Cruise management in Europe Cruises
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This session is co-organised with HK Cruise & Yacht Industry Association.
Keynote Speaker Session: Metamorphosis: Case Study of a City’s Evolving Aspirations as Reflected in Urban Planning at Kai Tak
Speaker: Mr. Jeff Bent, Managing Director, Worldwide Cruise Terminals
Hong Kong’s airport moved from Kai Tak to Chek Lap Kok in 1998. Plans for the Kai Tak District, 323 hectares of prime waterfront land on Victoria Harbor, were debated for years before the first buildings opened in 2013—the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal at one end of the former runway, and two residential complexes at the other. They were debated further afterwards. The rest of the district is still largely under development. City planning reflects needs and aspirations of the populace. How have our aspirations changed since 1998, and what can we look forward to when the district is completed?
Tourism and Hospitality Industry Guest Talk Session: Living and Working on board a Cruise, how does it like?
Speaker: Ms. Laura Escober, Crew trainer, MSC Cruises in Hong Kong & Macau district
Cruise tourism is one of the fastest growing segments in the tourism and hospitality industry and it has made significant contribution to a destination’s economy and tourism development. Job opportunities of cruise line industry are not just confined to a cruise terminal; many international cruise lines are now recruiting talents to work for them in Hong Kong and Asia, or even outside Asia. In this seminar, our speaker will uncover what the job requirements are, what the living and working conditions are, if you work on board cruise ships. Don’t hesitate to register for this free professional seminar to learn more about Cruise Tourism job opportunities and learn more about what you should expect to work on board a cruise ship!
After the seminar, Plymouth University and HKU SPACE Programme Leaders will share with you the coming new programme and existing programmes on tourism and hospitality.