International Association of Hotel School Directors
Association internationale des directeurs d'écoles hôtelières (EUHOFA International)
1955-08 Germany FR
Aug 1955, Bad Wiessee (Germany FR), as European Association of Hotel School Directors -- Association européenne des directeurs d'écoles hôtelières (EUHOFA) -- Asociación Europea de Directores de Escuelas Hoteleras; officially registered as a European association, 1974; became international, new statutes and current title adopted, 14 Sep 1980, Antwerp (Belgium). Registered under the Swiss Civil Code.
Contribute directly to continuing improvement and advancement of hotel and catering training and education and to development of members' activities; promote and improve professional training and education; develop good relations among members; facilitate exchange of ideas and experience; obtain information concerning members' professional activities; create a register of the profession.
Events2021-11 | Santiago de Compostela, Spain – Annual Congress
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General Assembly of full members (annual, in conjunction with Congress). Committee comprises President, Vice-President, Secretary-General, President of Congress and at least 7 members, meets at least once between congresses. President of Congress.
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