#IdEATE, european project for improving employment prospects and training in the tourism sector participated by the the Government of Catalonia's Directorate-General of Tourism.
Its aims is to develop a sustainable model helping to connect main players active in the field of tourism (job seekers, prospective employers and SMEs, training institutions, public authorities) with the aim to facilitate the uptake of high quality jobs, apprenticeships and traineeships positions in the tourism sector across the EU.
It is meaningfully addressed to strengthen the image of careers in the tourism sector through the enhancement of the role and offer of training providers, as to be suitable for the expectations of the labour market.
Request for Proposal, #IdEATE Project
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The service, for which this request for proposal is issued, shall address the design, creation, implementation, and management of the IDEATE Virtual Learning Environment i.e. digital learning platform. In addition, a customised IdEATE Mobile App for iOS and Android devices.
Deadline 5pm CET March 12th, 2017
“Sustainability of the land-sea system for eco-tourism strategies” project within the Interreg Programm participated by the Government of Catalonia's Directorate-General of Tourism.
The general objective of the project is to favour a more inclusive, effective and efficient processes of regional governance so to increase and to encourage the creation of institutional competences and skills for the development of a sustainable coastal system, able to preserve natural habitats and contextually to support the development of regional eco-tourism strategies.
MEDCYCLETOUR project is to foster sustainable development policies that enable more efficient use to be made of the natural resources and cultural heritage of coastal areas. It seeks to promote more sustainable and responsible tourism, contributing to the development of the coastal strip of the Mediterranean Area.
The Mediterranean Route (EuroVelo 8) is a long-distance cycle route that connects the entire Mediterranean, from Cyprus to Cadiz. In this Mediterranean arc, policies have not yet been developed to actively promote cycle tourism, even though this activity opens up the possibility of extending the tourist season. It is also a low-impact activity that contributes to the development of small, locally based companies and enables little-visited areas to join new tourism circuits.