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CMAE’s specialist education courses: Early registration preferred

12.41pm 9th September 2015 - Management Topics

CMAE logoEarly registration for CMAE’s specialist education courses has been very positive for the coming term, there are now only limited places available for MDP 3, Strategy and Leadership which is taking place from 5th to 9th October 2015 in Edinburgh.

This course is aimed at those managers who wish to learn how to enhance their management style and tap into their leadership potential in order to operate the club as a business.

Delegates will understand the responsibilities and characteristics required to exert the appropriate levels of power and influence so that their club can develop its creativity while focusing its strategic aims in line with its established culture and traditions.

Particular attention will be paid to establishing and enhancing an effective working relationship with the Committee, whilst mentoring, developing and leading the staff team. Delegates will also be invited to review their knowledge in all competency areas required to achieve success at their club and in their career.

One key component of the week is Lumina Traits and Leadership Assessment. Lumina Learning creates innovative psychometrics and qualifies and maintains a global network of practitioners who specialise in organisational change and long-term improvement.

By taking a humanistic approach and viewing people as “human beings” rather than “human doings” Lumina Learning practitioners can help organisations transform their performance by transforming their people. They are passionate about improving personal effectiveness at all levels within organisations.

For more information please click on this link to the CMAE web site –

MDP Food and Beverage is taking place in Dublin again this Autumn, from 23rd to 27th November 2015 and places are now limited for this course, so please indicate your interest now.

The course is relevant to all club managers, as it provides an insight into the delivery of food and beverage services within successful clubhouse operations. It will take an in depth look at their operations from a management and control perspective.

Delegates will study trends in menu and service delivery, as well as evolving legal requirements. Particular attention will be paid to the creation of successful, unique or themed events and how best to plan their marketing. The course will also enable managers to create and deliver appropriate training sessions for clubhouse staff, to ensure that service excellence is the norm at their club.

Delegates will receive first hand kitchen experience at Dublin’s world class “Bon Appetit” Michelin starred restaurant and spend time with Augusta National’s Clubhouse Manager, Kevin Bazoda, who will present on the “F&B Club Experience”.

For more information please click on this link to the CMAE web site –

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