The project aims to:
To increase the participants’ specialised skills related to two new professional figures: the ‘Sustainable Tourism Development Promoter’ and the ‘Destination Manager’;
Fostering the development of youth entrepreneurship and the promotion of a sense of initiative through professionalising actions abroad;
Develop a cooperation model between training, labour market and institutions to break down the skills mismatch between the demand for qualified personnel and the skills of new graduates.
To create a European strategy for the promotion and development of slow tourism along the Via Francigena, fostering a sense of European identity.
For 2022, the project is aimed at 16 new graduates from schools specialising in Tourism, Marketing and Technical Commercial (art. Business Information Systems), from 8 Italian regions (Emilia-Romagna, Lazio, Tuscany, Piedmont, Valle D’Aosta, Campania, Apulia and Basilicata), who will be able to benefit from the contribution within one year of graduating.
This is an Erasmus+ KA1 Vet learnes short mobility project with an interregional character, designed to meet an underlying need for all participants: to enable the acquisition of knowledge, skills and innovative abilities in the field of slow and sustainable tourism promotion. The project foresees a total of 16 Mobility Grants, of 122 days each, with destination France (7 Grants), Spain (7 Grants) and Albania (2 Grants).