September 22, 2009
(From left to right) David Whitaker, CEO, Tourism Toronto; David Martin, director, Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management; and Bruce MacMillan, president and CEO, MPI.
Meeting Professionals International (MPI) has chosen the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, at Ryerson University, in Toronto, as the newest location for an MPI Global Training Center.
An integral part of MPI’s Global Training, the training centres deliver elevated content on a local level for meeting and event professionals.
MPI’s Toronto training centre will offer a series of certificates and certifications that will allow meeting professionals to accelerate their career development by learning new, relevant skills.
The center will offer globally recognized skills and competencies, which will then increase transferability, employability, compensation and recognition for meetings and event professionals.
Over the next two years, MPI anticipates partnering with at least 14 to 15 educational institutions worldwide similar to Ryerson University.
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