North-Caucasus Federal University

2 December 2014

Hotelschool The Hague and the North-Caucasus Federal University have started a colleboration this year.
Three of their employees 
Mr Sergey Ledenev, Ms Natalia Limarev and Mr Veniamin Malakhov, all working for the university, will be welcomed in February of 2015 at Hotelschool The Hague to partake in a ‘’teach the teacher’’ programme. They would like to broaden their knowledge with regard to hospitality eduation. 
 
The future lecturers will experience what it is like to be in the student role in the international curriculum of Hotelschool The Hague, by following a tailor made, à la carte selection of courses in our 4 year programme.
This programme should fit their personal development needs. The future lecturers will experience what it is like be in the teacher role in the international curriculum of Hotelschool The Hague. This will be arranged by pairing the future lecturers with well experienced lecturers from Hotelschool The Hague with whom they can co-teach courses that are relevant to them.
 

 
In addition, they will be coached individually and as a group in the process of course development by seasoned coaches from our international consultancy and training staff.
This coaching will focus on both the development of a course as well as on personal development.
 
We already welcomed the three teachers as well as Ms Ekaterina Puchkova (Deputy Director for Academic Affairs) and Ms Elena Semenova (Dean of the Faculty of Tourism, Service and Food Technology) for an introduction weekat our campus to give them an impression of our school.
During the days they stayed with us (from the 24 until 28 of October 2014), all guests were accommodated at the Skotel, 
followed classes given by Mr Kers, Mrs De Korte, Mrs Smulders and Mr Gallicano and have spoken about the programme they will follow in 2015. 
 
They have also been shown around in the city of The Hague which they truly enjoyed! The duration of this programme will be set at 2 blocks with a starting dat on 7 February.