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The 17th-20th of April 2018 has been an intense week for Erasmus+ Vector project. The 6th Partnership Meeting of the project took place in Florence, where the Italian partners welcomed the Spanish and Portugues ones, plus the students of the first pilot course for Destination Managers. The project partners met during the week to finalize the last modules of the training course, while the students completed the course they started in 2017 in Valladolid (here the news related t
The second World Summit on Accessible Tourism will be held in Brussels next October 1st and 2nd. The event will present the innovations and best practices for the development of accessible destinations for all. In parallel to the summit, an exhibition will allow you to discover accessible tourist destinations, products and services from all over the world. More information: https://www.destinationsforall2018.eu
At April, 18-20th will take place at the University of Florence the sixth international meeting of the VECTOR project. In the first day several topics will be discussed at the meeting, namely the process of recognition of the professional profile of the Destination Manager course in the three countries of the project (Italy, Spain and Portugal), the organization of the pilot course as well as the completion of the work it inherent in the project quality assurance. On the 20th