GOLIC GUIDE – Erasmus+

GOLIC GUIDE – Erasmus+
GOLIC GUIDE – Guide to linguistic competence for tourist guides and tour leaders
Project number: 2014-1-PL01-KA202-003400
Implementation period: 09.2014-08.2016

Project Description

GOLIC GUIDE project was developed to raise the indicator of employability among tourist guides and improve their vocational competences by means of improving their language skills – which was the main aim of the project.

GOLIC assumed delivery to the target group, professional m-learning English and German language courses. The courses have been precisely tailored to the professional needs of the guides. Within the project four intellectual outcomes have been achieve:

  • O1. Comprehensive Research Report (a description of situation at hand) – provided, to the partnership, information about the required level of advancement of courses as well as expected functional m-learning solutions.
  • O2. 10 modules of each language course for tourist guides accurately profiled in terms of content. It was an essential and substantive core of the main result (O4).
  • O3. Collection of good practices concerning guiding of foreign tourists with a clear definition of differences between the countries of origin of the tourists.
  • O4. The m-learning content delivery space for target group. The space supporting the courses is now available to the target group through mobile devices, which is an important facilitation due to the nature of the work of tourist guides.

Developed results have been implemented and disseminated in all partner countries. Iberica – Language School from Germany was a technical partner and have not tested the platform with the target group.

Project website: golic.eu

Partners

Danmar Computers – Rzeszów, Poland
Iberika education group – Berlin, Germany
Sea Teach S.L. – Cala Do’r, Spain
YouNet – Bologna, Italy
Know and Can Association – Sofia, Bulgaria
Giresun Egitimciler Dernegi – Giresun, Turkey

Changing lives. Opening minds.
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

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