Crispin Farbrother

Prior to entering education as a lecturer in 1993 Crispin worked as a Catering Manager and then as a Deputy Hotel Services Manager within the West Midlands’ NHS.  He also gained experience within hotels and the family pub.  Crispin now has the pleasure of leading the successful hospitality management programme within the School of Tourism, Bournemouth University.   His teaching subjects include Hospitality Operations Management, Management of Hospitality Resources and Professionalism and Leadership at both post graduate and undergraduate level.

Crispin’s research interests include both subject and pedagogic areas.  His pedagogic research interests encompass the development of employability skills and the role of real working environments within food and hospitality courses, for which he has been awarded a 2009 Bournemouth University Teaching Excellence award.  His other area of interest is in the small but fascinating non-commercial Homestay sector of the hospitality industry.  He is a regular Host within the Couchsurfing and Hospitality Club communities.

Level
Post Graduate
Experience
Experienced
First name:
Crispin
Surname:
Farbrother
Institution:
Bournemouth University
Current Post:
Hospitality Programmes Leader
Highest Qualification:
MSc
Email:
cfarbrot@bournemouth.ac.uk
Subject Specialism
Hospitality Management Operations Management F&B Management

Current Examiner Responsibilities

1. Name of Institution:
UCB
1. Name of programme:
BSc Food and Consumer Marketing
1. Examining Period (from/until)
2012/2016

Postgraduate External Examiner Experience

1. Name of Institution:
University of Brighton
1. Name of programme:
MA Tourism Management and others
1. Examining Period (from/until)
2012/2016

Previous External Examining Experience

1. Name of Institution:
Sheffield Hallam University
1. Name of programme:
HND Hospitality Management
1. Examining Period (from/until)
2006/2010
2. Name of Institution:
Westminster Kingsway College
2. Name of programme:
BA Hospitality & Tourism Management
2. Examining Period (from/until)
2007/2011