The Council of Hotel and Restaurant Trainers (CHART) announced a new sponsor relationship with Restaurant Playbooks, a restaurant industry eLearning provider focused on helping operators attract, onboard, and retain ‘Hospitality All-Stars’ with mobile-friendly microlearning.
“Restaurant Playbooks is dedicated to supporting the post-pandemic needs of hospitality operators seeking to leverage technology for developing their workforce,” says Serah Morrissey, CHART President and Senior Director of Human Resources of the InterContinental Hotel MSP in Minneapolis, MN. “Our CHART trainers will appreciate the results-focused implementation support of Restaurant Playbooks, which will allow them to quickly and cost effectively implement an effective eLearning program.”
“Every training professional wants to deliver the highest quality training to their employees, and be able to prove measurable returns on their training investment. With the war on talent in full swing, many training departments are seriously lacking the time and resources to develop and implement an eLearning program that supports the mission critical challenges of re-skilling and onboarding new hires,” says Bob Duprey, Founder of Restaurant Playbooks. “We have immense respect for restaurant trainers, operators, managers, and their teams that put their hard work and reputation on the line, every hour, every shift, every day. We are very excited to be joining CHART and look forward to learning how we can serve and support the CHART community.”
CHART currently has the following partners who support its mission:
Platinum: ServSuccess/National Restaurant Association and the America Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI)
Silver: DiscoverLink, Inkling, Legacy Event Productions, Schoox, Wisetail, World Manager, and Restaurant Playbooks
Bronze: Creative Restaurant Solutions, People & Performance Strategies, and the Wine and Spirits Education Trust
Alliance: Dine Out for No Kid Hungry/Share our Strength, HR in Hospitality Conference, International Food and Beverage Technology Association (IFBTA), Multicultural Foodservice Hospitality Alliance (MFHA), and Children of Restaurant Employees (CORE)