Do you work in hospitality and want to make a difference? Then, sign up for a place at one the MAD Academy's forthcoming 5-day programs in Copenhagen.
The Rene Redzepi initiative designed to equip industry professionals with forward-thinking solutions for a better food future is running two courses, free of charge, featuring a mix of inspiring lectures by leading experts, workshops, and field trips in and around Copenhagen.
Sound interesting? Here are the details of the first two MAD Academy courses:
Environment & Sustainability
September 7 - 11
September 21 - 25
This five-day course focuses on understanding "our place as parts of the food system" equipping willing students with the knowledge and tools to make "better and more responsible choices in their professional life," highlighting the wider impact of informed choices.
Leadership & Business
October 5 - 9
October 19 - 23
A program designed for those working in the restaurant business - equipping hospitality professionals with the knowledge and tools to use in everyday life when running a restaurant. The course description reads; "We also want to show you that there are many ways of doing business and that they all tend to suit different people and hope for you to feel inspired to understand your own style as a leader and how this will work with colleagues and employees."
How to Apply
Apply online by filling in the form on the MAD website. and attaching an up to date CV.
Applications will remain open until March 13th with confirmation being received by May 1.
What is the MAD Academy?
A non-profit education centre set up by Rene Redzepi and funded by the Danish government to offer chef-orientated solutions in the hospitality industry and wider food chain. Swedish chef Magnus Nilsson was recently named the new Academy director.