IN-Tour: INclusive TOURism professions. European curricula for accessible tourism manager and frontline staff

Projektteam: Prof. Dr. Maik Arnold, Dr. Helge Fischer, Josefin Müller
Projektträger: Erasmus+, Sector Skill Alliances
Laufzeit: 01.01.2020 bis 31.12.2022

Partner: AISM Onlus (Projektleiter); Fachhochschule Dresden; Akademie für berufliche Bildung GmbH; SI4LIFE scrl; Università degli Studi di Genova; Fondazione per la Ricerca e l’Innovazione; Hellenic Open University; EPIMELITIRIO ILIAS (Chamber of Ilea); FUNKA NU AB; Camara Oficial de Comercio e Industria de Valladolid; European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities; International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions; European Network for Accessible Tourism

Fördersumme: 999.961,00 € (Gesamt); 107.947,00 € (FHD)

The InTour project aims to close a gap in the European education system in the tourism sector. The qualification requirements are specified and analyzed in order to create the specifications for a European curriculum in the area of ​​barrier-free tourism at the level of EQF 6 (Tourism Manager) and EQF 5 (service staff in the tourism sector). Barrier-free tourism is about letting as many people as possible participate in tourist activities. Facilitating tourism is not only a social responsibility - there is also a significant business benefit for the targeted improvement of accessibility, as it can strengthen the competitiveness of tourism in Europe.

The curriculum is flexibly and modularly defined in order to create a general European reference model that could be implemented in any EU member state. In the project, the FHD is responsible for the development of digital teaching materials and the testing of the curricula.


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