Save the date – 21 January 2021 - International forum – Education, employment and training in tourism

Smartmed’s project coordinator Natalija Havidić about future trends in tourism at Portuguese International forum dedicated to education, employment and training in tourism

 

Save the date – 21 January 2021 - International forum – Education, employment and training in tourism

Smartmed’s project coordinator Natalija Havidić about future trends in tourism at Portuguese International forum dedicated to education, employment and training in tourism

Save the date – 21 January 2021 - International forum – Education, employment and training in tourism

 

Those interested in future trends, education, employment and training in tourism should mark January 21st  2021 in their calendars and register for free participation at international forum dedicated to this important topics, organized virtually by Ministry of Economy and Digital Transition of Portugal.

 

Aiming to answer questions “How to manage education and training in tourism” and “What are future trends in tourism”, this event gathers experts from Portugal and Europe who will talk about this subjects and their case studies, including Smartmed’s project coordinator Natalija Havidić from Smartmed’s lead partner, Ministry of Tourism and Sport of Republic of Croatia. Mrs Havidić will take part at panel dedicated to "Future Trends in Tourism" which aims to discuss the main trends in the tourism sector, trends in demand and consumption issues and methodologies for adapting to new challenges in future tourism. Next to the panel dedicated to future trends, there will be one dedicated to “Education & Training in Tourism – How?” and will focus on education and training models in the Tourism sector, seeking to make a diagnosis and a survey of the needs of the sector and how to promote its evolution and adaptation to new realities.

 

In the continuation of the program there will be presentation of Pact for Skills initiative, a strategy of the European Commission aimed at establishing public-private partnerships for the development of skills at European level, promoting the creation of networks of trainers and will provide examples of concrete projects and good practices in the European context.

 

This international forum is a great opportunity to gather contributions and propose solutions for the Tourism sector in two fundamental components: human resources and their qualifications by discussing good practices and exchange of ideas among representatives from national and European authorities, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations and civil society.

 

To find out more about the event, click here