The case for an inclusive framework for lifelong learning
5th International Conference on Services Management Institute for International Management and Technology (IIMT) Gurgaon, New Delhi, India | May 19-21, 2011
Community and work-based learning in India
Thursday 19 May – Saturday 21 May, New Delhi
At the invitation of Dr Vinnie Jauhari, Director of the Institute for International Management and Technology, Gurgaon, India, Richard Teare gave several presentations at the 5th International Conference on Services Management in New Delhi. Among these, Richard outlined the case for an inclusive global framework for lifelong learning and GULL’s response.
(Above) Dr Richard Teare, President, GULL and Dr Vinnie Jauhari, Director, Institute for International Management and Technology, New Delhi, India.
(Above) ‘What are the challenges for hospitality and tourism development in India?’ Vinnie Jauhari and Richard Teare with industry panel presenters at the conference.
Towards an agenda for applied research & development
Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes (WHATT) – published outcomes
An objective of the conference was to explore service industry challenges and develop an agenda for applied research as a basis for industry-education collaboration. The discussion and conference outcomes will be published in a WHATT theme issue, a journal established by Richard Teare to facilitate this kind of partnership.
The Institute for International Management and Technology (IIMT) is of India’s most innovative educational providers and IIMT’s leader, Dr Vinnie Jauhari is keen to utilize the GULL action learning system and process in order to develop a community and work-based agenda for learning and development in India.
(Above left) Institute for International Management and Technology staff and
(Above right) Richard’s surprise birthday cake on the last day of the event.
GULL is a not-for-profit foundation registered in California, USA. GULL is recognized by the Government of Papua New Guinea & endorsed by other Governments, Leaders & Institutions.