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T-GuIDE is an initiative of nine organisations supported by the European Union’s Lifelong Learning Programme, ”Leonardo Da Vinci”. It addresses two of today’s major societal challenges in Europe: to increase opportunities in the job market and to increase social inclusion. The aim is to produce an EU training model and Manual for training Tourist Guides in guiding people who have learning difficulties or other intellectual impairments. 0 comments
The ITA project will contribute to developing a new direction in the tourism sphere in Georgia. It aims to benefit, in particular, persons with disabilities and elderly citizens and contribute to the economic development of Georgia by involving directly civil society organisations, small and medium-sized enterprises and public sector bodies in training, development and dissemination activities. 0 comments
14/02/2013 EU Study: Mapping the Skills and Training Needs to Improve Accessibility in Tourism Services
This 12-month research study, which started in January 2013, will map the staff skills needs to improve accessibility and safety in the tourism services and analyse the availability of corresponding training in Member States. 0 comments
14/02/2013 EU Study: Mapping and Performance Check of the Supply of Accessible Tourism Services in Europe
This 12-month research study, which started in February 2013, will assess the presence and the performance of accessible tourism services and facilities along the tourism supply chain, examining best practices and tools to foster tourism accessibility. 0 comments
This 12-month research study, which started in January 2013, will examine the demand for and economic impact of accessible tourism in Europe. 0 comments
The European Commission has asked ENAT and its research partners to identify the skills gaps and training requirements for accessible tourism. We invite training providers to tell us about their courses through an online survey. 0 comments
National tourist board VisitEngland has joined forces with UK charity Action on Hearing Loss to launch Listen Up! - a free guide designed to help businesses become more accessible for customers with hearing loss. 0 comments
The new campaign for accessible tourism – Italy, Open for Everybody – was presented at the International Meeting on Accessible Tourism (MITA) today, March 22nd, 2013. 0 comments
ACCESSIBILITY PASS classifies hotels’ accessibility level based on their infrastructure, services offered and personnel skills, providing a universal scheme that takes into account currently existing national standards. 0 comments
12 March 2013, Edinburgh. Moves to ensure tourists with access needs get the most from the Commonwealth Games were outlined today. These include piloting access statements at Glasgow hotels and training volunteers in disability equality and awareness. 0 comments
The 12th Meeting of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics commended the UNWTO Private Sector Commitment to the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism Initiative and praised the growing number of signatory businesses who pledged to uphold responsible conduct in the tourism sector. 0 comments
Travelling by air with a disability is becoming increasingly popular, hence the need for airports and airlines to provide high quality accessible travel services. A recent visit to Virgin Atlantic Airways headquarters located near London Gatwick airport presented the perfect opportunity to interview the airline's Passenger Accessibility Manager. 0 comments