Events

Future Events

Food for Thought– an open discussion about the role of how Food, one of of Ribble Valleys strongest tourism products , play a role in post-pandemic tourism promotion An open members’ meeting to discuss this important topic. This meeting will be facilitated by Zoom with no set date as yet, but to participate please email tom.pridmore@ribblevalley.gov.uk

Travel Blogging with Marion Collinson, Author, Love Travelling, www.lovetravellingblog.com
With much uncertainty about future tourism trends and patterns, it is likely that influencers like travel bloggers will play a more important role in restoring public trust in tourism destinations. This will take place on the 12th May 2020 at 10 a.m. facilitated by Zoom details of which will be sent out to those interested.

‘The Recovery phase of the Corona Virus Pandemic’ – how businesses can adapt to the “new normal”. 19th May at 10 a.m. Live Webinar hosted but RVTA members, Harrison and Drury and involving DSM accounts Whalley

To confirm your place on any of these events simply email tom.pridmore@ribblevalley.gov.uk
Priority will be given to RVTA members but please note memebrship is free at this time

Annual General Meeting at Waddow Hall Postponed

Please note date change.

 

 

 

 

 

 

During the year we run a series of events for members of the tourism association. If you wish to attend an event then please get in touch at the earliest convenience to reserve a place.

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Past Events

Member’s Networking Meeting

Mental Health in the Workplace  

at the Outbarn at Clough Bottom

9th October 2019 10am – 12 Noon

You are invited to a members’ networking event hosted at The beautiful Outbarn Venue, Bashall.

Programme

10.00 a.m.         Arrive – Coffee and pastries

10.15 a.m.         Introductions & welcome – Amanda Dowson RVTA

10.20 a.m.          Kris Midgley, Business Development Manager, Harrison Dury

This seminar focusES on the topic of Mental Health in the Workplace and will cover the approach an employer should take when a condition is made known to them by an employee, and also look at how an employer should deal with conditions which are not made known to them. These can be particularly difficult to deal with if an employee’s behaviour changes. By the end of the session, delegates will be aware of what they can, can’t, should and shouldn’t be doing in these types of circumstances.

11.45         a.m.           Networking

This event is free to members and £5 to non-members.              RSVP tom.pridmore@ribblevalley.gov.uk or call 01200 414496 by Monday 7th October 2019 – places limited booking essential

Member’s Networking Meeting

 ‘Empowering the Future Workforce’

at Mitton Hall Hotel, Mitton

2nd July 2019 10am – 12 Noon

Programme

10.00 a.m.         Arrive – Coffee and pastries

10.15 a.m.         Introductions & welcome – Amanda Dowson RVTA

10.20 a.m.          Franki Johnson, Director ‘Embrace Change Ltd’ ‘Empowering the Future Workforce’

Franki Johnson specialises in employee engagement solutions for Generation Z (born 1995-2010), she delivers high energy sessions that help you understand the mind-set of young people, who have grown up in a digitally dominated world. Franki explores the influences that have shaped Generation Z, the expectations that have formed as a result of those influences and strategy that leaders can implement to meet those expectations.

11.15         a.m.           Networking and optional tour of hotel

This event is free to members and £5 to non-members.              RSVP tom.pridmore@ribblevalley.gov.uk or call 01200 414496

Welcome to Stonyhurst Tuesday 8th January 2019 Meeting Theme – Promoting Employment in Tourism and Hospitality

Annual General  Meeting 29th March 2019 at 11a.m. Holmes Mill