Bio (Carl Everitt)
Tourism and Hospitality Management
Carl Everitt is a teacher and qualified Journeyperson chef with more than 20 years of hospitality industry experience. His areas of research include event tourism, and the integration of applied learning in the classroom. Everitt’s teaching strategies have an applied learning focus, allowing students to meet the professional demands of the hospitality industry. Committed to supporting students to reach their full potential, Everitt continuously seeks new learning strategies and ideas to benefit his students.
Besides teaching at Royal Roads, Everitt is the chair of the Hospitality, Tourism and Golf Management Programs at Camosun College. Until recently, he was responsible for facilitating and ensuring students’ success in two mandatory co-op internships within the department. During the early stages of his career Everitt was employed by Hilton International Hotels in his native country, England. In Canada, he worked for Delta Hotels.
Everitt completed a Master of Business Administration in Hospitality and Tourism Management at Southern Cross University in Australia (2013). He holds a Provincial Instructors Diploma (2004) and a Diploma in Adult Education (2007) through Vancouver Community College. Everitt attended University College Birmingham, UK, where he qualified as a Journeyperson chef (1989).