The TTRAIN project aims at improving the qualifications of employees in the tourist sector by creating a strong and comprehensive learning model/curriculum for vocational instructors who provide on-the-job-training to their colleagues. The learning model will take into account the specific requirements and situations in each partner country – Austria, Finland, Iceland and Italy – and can be adopted in other European countries.
A group of 12 employees from 8 different companies in tourism graduated as work trainers in tourism on Friday, 29th of April. Participating companies were hotels, car rentals, recreation companies and airports. The TTRAIN study is built upon training methodology...Read More
The Gap Analysis on training in the tourism sector is now published and available for download here. In the past months, TTRAIN partners have undertaken an analysis of the tourism sector and existing training opportunities in their respective countries to find out...Read More
On 8 and 9 February 2016 the TTRAIN project partners met in Vienna to compare and discuss the results of the Gap Analysis on existing training and training needs in the tourism sector in Austria, Finland, Iceland and Italy. For their respective country reports, the...Read More
On 22 September 2015 the kick-off meeting of the TTRAIN – Tourism Training the Trainers project took place in Reykjavik (Iceland). The project, which is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, is implemented by a consortium of five partner...Read More