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TMI congratulates Sheffield Hallam High Fliers

TMI’s Head of CPD, Tom Pridmore, attended the Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) Prize Giving ceremony recently to present prizes to the students who gained the highest overall marks on SHU’s TMI Recognised courses.

Date: 26th November 2018


TMI Activities in the Regions

At the AGM and National Council meeting, members discussed how TMI’s Regional Representatives currently feel about their roles, what are the good points, what are key issues and how could we address them. Please email TMI Vice President Amanda Lumley MTMI with your thoughts and comments in time for the December Executive meeting

Date: 26th November 2018


Music is the new Gastronomy

 ‘Music is the New Gastronomy’, is the first UNWTO white paper to examine and define the relationship between music and tourism. Free to download for a limited period, it provides a guide to making the most of connecting music and tourism, with plenty of case studies from around the world.

Date: 9th November 2018


Package Travel Regulations Q&A

Kurt Janson, Tourism Alliance, has compiled a helpful Q&A paper on the Package Travel Regulations, to be read in conjunction with the guidance on the regulations, which you may wish to share with your networks.

Date: 7th November 2018


The Challenge of Destination Management: Balancing Growth and Sustainability

The Tourism Consultants Network is hosting a one day conference in Manchester Central Library on Thursday 22 November on the theme “The Challenge of Destination Management: Balancing Growth and Sustainability". TMI members can book at Tourism Society member rate of £65 per person.

Date: 7th November 2018


New Top Team for TMI

At last month’s AGM in Bristol, TMI elected Jude Leitch MTMI, Chief Executive of Northumberland Tourismi as the Institute's President for 2018-2020. Jude is joined by Amanda Lumley MTMI, Chief Executive of Destination Plymouth, as Vice President. We wish them every success as they take TMI forward, supported by the Executive and the National Council. Robin Barker FTMI stepped down after 3 years’ service as President. He will continue to serve on the Exec as Immediate Past President and to represent TMI on the Tourism Alliance Board.

Date: 7th November 2018