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Congratulations Cindy Sneddon - Minister’s Student Achiever Award Recipient

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Congratulations Cindy Sneddon - Minister’s Student Achiever Award Recipient

Tourism and Hospitality Studies 2017

Barringtons congratulates Cindy Sneddon, a graduate of the Future Club Leaders Program (Diploma of Hospitality) and employee of the Moama Bowling Club, as the 2017 recipient of the Minister’s Student Achiever Awards - Tourism and Hospitality Studies. Cindy is shown being congratulated by, Adam Marshall MP, Minister for Tourism and Major Events on September 27, 2017.

Future Club Leaders is the fourth step in the Barringtons/ClubNSW Pathway to Excellence Program and is an intensive twelve (12) month leadership program specifically designed to prepare candidates for Management and Executive positions within the club industry. 

The program not only aims to provide the necessary skills for Future Club Leaders, the program also delivers the platform for participants to build strong networks within the industry. These networks will be a crucial source of information and advice in the years ahead. 

The program addresses the following key areas of competency:

  • Leadership in the club industry to ensure sustainability
  • Financial management
  • Compliance
  • Operational and strategic development of the club
  • Media management
  • Managing Government relations
  • Understanding contracts and the importance of establishing B2B relationships
An outstanding bonus for successful graduates is the recognition of the program by Southern Cross University. The university provides advanced standing of up to 50% of the required units of competency to graduate with a Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management. 



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