ERASMUS+ Sustainable Tourism: Training for Tomorrow Research

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EUROPARC Federation invites all its members, Charter Parks and stakeholders associated directly or indirectly with the territory of a natural protected area (natural park, national park, nature reserve, Natura 2000 or other), and involved in any way in the planning and/or delivery of tourism and recreation in the region, to complete  the following research (the questionnaire should take around 10 minutes), developed within our ERASMUS+ project “Sustainable Tourism: Training for Tomorrow”.

The research aims to increase the quality, supply and accessibility of training in sustainable tourism for Protected Area stakeholders across Europe.

Your responses will help identify potential training needs in different areas related to sustainable tourism and for different stakeholders; your answers will be totally confidential and treated only for statistical purposes.

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About the project

The ERASMUS+ “Sustainable Tourism: Training for Tomorrow” project aims to build the capacity of Protected Area stakeholders in the field of sustainable tourism.

Funded through the ERASMUS+ Key Action 2 (Strategic partnerships in the field of education and training), the project brought together partners working on different fields in the sustainable tourism sector:

Projects’ objectives

Aiming to jointly develop a European standard for Sustainable Tourism Training for protected areas (PA’s) and drawing from the experiences of the EUROPARC Charter for Sustainable Tourism, the partnership has the following objectives:

  • to increase the quality, supply and accessibility of training in sustainable tourism for PA stakeholders across Europe;
  • to develop innovative, open access, online training platform which will enable access to sustainable tourism training for PA staff, businesses, local/regional authorities, and others;
  • to provide high-quality e-learning and ‘blended learning’ opportunities, through the creation of a new, up-to-date curriculum, and supported by a training toolkit, based on end users’ needs;
  • to disseminate the training curriculum across European and national networks through a comprehensive programme of multiplier events and dissemination initiatives.