Last Tourism Education of the Future Transnational project meeting in Alba

From 11 to 13 June, the 7 partner organisations of the European project Tourism Education of the Future met in Alba, at the Apro Formazione headquarters, to complete the last joint work session before the closure of the project.
Work began on Tuesday 11 June with a morning work session dedicated to the drafting of a guide to realise transnational online contests, built on the concrete experience developed in the previous months by the partner schools: then a second afternoon session has been dedicated to finalise the analysis questionnaire to map trends and skills gaps in the tourism sector, which was circulated in the past few days.
The second day started with a session held by Furio Bednarz, the external evaluator pinned on the project, who followed the work of the partners during the two years of duration. The session served to collect data on the effectiveness of the collaboration between partners, the quality of the results produced and the impact of the activities of the different organisations. The session also served as a moment of reflection on how to improve and refine the working dynamics between partners. This was followed by a working session on dissemination and a finalisation and review of the online course catalogue and the CVET training course catalogue.
After lunch, the representatives of the various partners were involved in a cultural visit to learn about the tourism ecosystem, strengths and characteristics of the Roero, Langhe and Monferrato area. The group first participated in a guided tour of Govone Castle, the summer residence of the Solaro family, followed by a visit to the Albino Rocca winery in the Barbaresco area. The day ended with a social dinner at a traditional restaurant in Diano d’Alba.
On 13 June, the last half-day was dedicated to project management and finalisation of the Exploitation plan, to organise the mainstreaming and multiplication of results at the end of the project. Free afternoon for the partnership.
The project will formally end on 31 August 2024.

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