DIVETOUR Project Announces Free Accessible Tourism Training "cMOOC"
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ENAT and 7 EU tourism and training organisations offer a new "connectivist Massive Open Online Course" (cMOOC) for students and professionals. This free e-learning course aims to raise trainees' knowledge and skills to support the tourism transition, post-Covid, to deliver sustainable, inclusive and accessible Tourism for All. Starts January 2023.
ENAT is a partner of the DIVETOUR project funded by the EU Erasmus+ programme. Targeting students and professionals as well as staff and organisations in tourism and hospitality, DIVETOUR is delivering innovative e-learning tools relating to accessible tourism. The cMOOC, launching in January 2023, is an online training platform and open learning community. It will give access to the latest research in accessible tourism as a response to challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The cMOOC will enhance the dialogue among Vocational Education Training professionals and companies to share ideas and best practices.
DIVETOUR partner, HOTREC, the umbrella Association of Hotels, Restaurants, Bars and Cafes in Europe, writes:
"The project’s focus on developing innovative training tools and supporting the uptake of accessible tourism is valuable to address the staffing crisis the hospitality sector is currently experiencing and to develop new opportunities for the recovery of tourism. HOTREC is contributing to the development of a training path for the project and is keen to involve hospitality and tourism sector professionals and representatives in upcoming training modules."
Visit the DIVETOUR project website
Project Funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union Project Number: 2021-1-LT01-KA220-VET-000032925
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