MODERN MOUNTAIN GUIDE OCCUPATION AND TRAINING FOR ENHANCING COMPETITIVENESS OF EUROPEAN MOUNTAIN TOURISM AND INCREASE WORKFORCE MOBILITY OF THE SECTOR

Objective

The first 3 main objectives of the projects are:
O1 – Increasing the transparency, comparability and recognition of “mountain guide” qualification at European level through realization of a common occupational standard using European tools and methods (ex. ECVET, EQF, EQAVET, formal, non-formal and informal education, etc.) and implementation of new/improved occupational standard in Romania and Bulgaria
O2. Facilitating the learning and labor mobility and employability between participating countries and at European level through realization of activities envisaging cooperation and exchange of best practices (such: learners/teachers mobility’s, blog articles, signing MoM) inside and outside project period
O3. Improving quality of VET programs through a better understanding and application of mixed VET methods (e-learning, practice, mobility, work-based learning) by project trainers through exchange of best practices between partners (blog articles and staff training event) and development of innovative blended learning training course (e-learning, practice, mobility and work-based learning) having minimum 5 modules/15 units with a length of 1080 hours and corresponding 4 EQF level, between Octomber 2017 and December 2019
The main results obtained
– European PM2 open methodology best practice
– Common “mountain guide” occupational standard
– E-learning platform and blended learning coursesMinimum 25 of persons as direct target of activities and over 150.000 of indirect beneficiaries
Main impact at European, national, local level
Increased transparency, comparability and recognition of mountain guides across Europe
Improved occupational standard at European level
New/Improved occupational standard at National level
Greening occupational profile
Increased mobility of learners attending mountain guide courses across Europe
Increased labor mobility across Europe
Increased employability at local/regional level of mountain guides after certification
Increased awareness of thematic touristic programs
Increased use of thematic touristic programs

Results

Results for this project are not yet available. They might become available after the project’s end date.

Coordinator

Asociatia Ghizilor Montani din Romania
Molidului, 9
500288
Brașov
Centru
Organisation type: Non-governmental organisation/association/social enterprise

Partners

– AITR-ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA TURISMO RESPONSABILE
– Professional team S.R.L.
– SC EDUFOR SRL
– Ecosystem Europe Association
– Monterosa academy ASD
– Eco Monde
– Bulgarian Association of guides in natural environment

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