This online programme in experiential food tourism is designed to provide participants with the necessary knowledge and inspiration to develop and deliver a unique and sustainable food tourism experience (SFTE) as an adjunct to their food businesses.
The programme was designed in response to the trend towards experiential tourism which is fuelling a demand for unique food experiences to support the growing tourism industry in Ireland and the critical role that sustainability plays within it.
The food tourism sector is experiencing multiple challenges, including recovering from the global pandemic, climate change and economic challenges brought by high inflation. Against this backdrop, this training programme is designed and delivered by industry experts and thought leaders in food, tourism, and enterprise sustainability.
Session 1: Creating a Sustainable Food Tourism Experience - 19 September 9.30 - 11
Session 2: Sustainability Importance within Food Tourism Experience - 3 October 9.30 - 11
Session 3: Collaborating for Food Tourism & Marketing Unique Experiences - 17 October 9.30 - 11
Session 4: Pricing your Sustainable Food Tourism Experience - 7 November 9.30 - 11
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