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2021 applications to become a Master Innholder are now open.
Deadline 31 March 2021.Master Innholders
Welcome to The Master Innholders
A leading force within the hotel industry – publicly recognised as a standard bearer for the industry offering career-changing training and support.
It aims to influence standards and extend professionalism within the industry; to promote consideration, study, discussion and research in the areas affecting hotel management including management development, training, education and recruitment.
Hoteliers - Battered But Not Beaten: An Interview with The Rt Hon Oliver Dowden CBE MP
22/04/2021 - Online
Full session details to be announced.
News & Views
Master Innholders will address the recovery of the UK’s tourism sector with the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Oliver Dowden CBE.
The Prince of Wales delivers message of support and admiration to hospitality industry at Master Innholders event
The Prince of Wales, has shared his support, admiration and enthusiasm for the hospitality industry and all of those who work within it during the Master Innholders’ ‘Hoteliers – Battered But Not Beaten’ event.
The first of the Master Innholders’ ‘Hoteliers – Battered But Not Beaten’ events will see the UK’s Secretary of State of Education, Gavin Williamson interviewed on the future of hospitality careers.
Applications to become a Master Innholder in 2021 are now open.
The Institute of Hospitality (IoH) is delighted to announce the appointment of Robert Richardson FIH as its new chief executive.
Top hoteliers will be sharing careers advice and encouragement to students at a virtual ‘Keep the Faith in Hospitality – Student Forum’ to be held on Wednesday, 21 April 2021.
The Savoy Educational Trust has awarded a £1m grant to The Springboard Charity in support of the charity’s Springboard to 2022 – Futureproofing the Talent Pipeline for Hospitality project.
Statements from Master Innholders and St. Julian Scholars in response to the Chancellor’s Spring Budget 2021 announcement on 3 March in Parliament.
The Beaune to Reims cycle has been cancelled and replaced with a two-day event cycling through South East England