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SUSTAIN IT: Fostering Sustainable Growth and Competitiveness in Tourism /

Sustainable Tourism Innovative Training

SUSTAIN IT: Fostering Sustainable Growth and Competitiveness in Tourism

SUSTAIN IT – Sustainable Tourism Innovative Training – is a project which involves a consortium made up of 8 Partners from 6 European Countries i.e. Belgium, Cyprus, Italy, Iceland, Ireland and Spain. Internet Web Solutions Internet Web Solutions participated in the meeting as hosting partner.
The sustainable tourism’s field needs to strengthen its growth and competitiveness by enhancing European professionals’ skills and competencies in order to fully support employability in the UE. In doing so, SUSTAIN IT features an innovative and actionable training available in 5 languages deliverable via traditional means (face-2-face) and via Open Educational Resource (OER).
During the meeting, Partners took stock of the current status of the above-mentioned Platform and an overview of the Training and Tools contained in it. Dissemination and multiplier events, necessary for the visibility and mainstreaming of the project, and administrative issues were also addressed.
Internet Web Solutions will be the technological partner, taking charge of both the programming of the website and the back-office for managing the project's contents.
Within the tasks of the project, an E-learning platform is included, which will also be taken care of by Internet Web Solutions, as well as the creation and delivery of courses to the project's target audience.


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