The INCOME Tourism project aims to foster a new learning approach, linked to the development of soft skills and based on a cooperative learning process that brings together higher education institutions and businesses in the tourism industry. The development of the learning model will be carried out by HEIs in close consultation with the businesses.
During the academic year 2019-2020, a pilot test was expected to take place simultaneously in all the Universities participating in the INCOME Tourism project. It was expected that the selected students, supported by in-company tutors and HEI tutors, would experience the new cooperative learning model, which involves our students going to the businesses, for a work-based learning experience.
The pilot test was supposed to be carried out in the first semester, however, in February 2020 the propagation of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Europe began. This situation conditioned the implementation of the pilot test, as the students could not go to the businesses, and the project had to adapt to the new circumstance. This did not stop us from maintaining a close relationship with the businesses, and to find ways to help them to go through this situation.
As such, we challenged the students to work on a joint reflection with HEI Tutors and entrepreneurs/in-company tutors, focusing on the needs, problems and challenges the businesses are facing and ways to recover. As businesses from different countries are likely to face similar challenges, students from the 5 participating HEIs, were stimulated to work together around the same topics, exchanging experiences, on a joint global wide reflection, to be presented in this webinar, covering five different areas of the Tourism and Hospitality sector (Accommodation; Food & Beverage; Destination Management; Travel Agencies and Tour Operators; MICE).
Moderator: Ricardo Lemos (CEVAL Portugal)
Opening and introduction
DHBW Ravensburg, Germany
Keynote speech: Conny Mayer-Bonde and Stefan Luppold
Perspective on how dual education is maintained in times of the pandemic.
University of Girona, Spain
Moderator: Silvia Aulet
Food and Beverage
University of Bergamo, Italy
Moderator: Andrea Pozzi
University of Split, Croatia
Moderator: Ljudevit Pranic
Travel Agencies and Tour Operators
Moderator: Paulo Carrança
Moderator: Joe Tanti
The INCOME Tourism project
The INCOME Tourism project aims to foster a new learning approach, linked to the development of soft skills and based on a cooperative learning process that brings together higher education institutions and businesses in the tourism industry.
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