C&E in HT

C&T in HT – Promoting the Hospitality and Tourism sectors online
Project number: 2018-1-IE01-KA201-038799
Implementation period: 01.10.2018 – 30.09.2020

Project description

The project aims to increase the digital literacy of students and teachers through the provision of free, open source e-learning resources.
In 2006 the European Parliament recognized Digital Literacy as one of the eight key competences that every European citizen should master and as one of the four foundational skills for learning.

Further, enhancing Digital Literacy is one of seven pillars in the European Commission’s 2010 Digital Agenda for Europe According to the Digital Agenda Scoreboard 2015 40% of the EU population has an insufficient level of digital competence, including 22% who do not use the Internet.

The project will also assist in promoting educational and career opportunities within the Tourism and Hospitality sector to school and VET students through:

  • the provision of information on further educational opportunities to students,
  • clarifying transitions between different levels and types of education,
  • motivating them to remain in education as it provides information on entry routes to the Hospitality and Tourism,
  • the provision of accessible and open source resources which they can revisit in their own time.

Project website: t4c.erasmus.site

Partners

ITTRALEE INSTITUID TEICNEOLAIOCHTA TRALI – Tralee, Ireland (coordinator)
Irish Hospitality Institute – Dublin, Ireland
PLOVDIVSKI UNIVERSITET PAISIY HILENDARSKI – Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Srednja sola za gostinstvo in turizem Celje – Celje, Slovenia
Istituto d’Istruzione Superiore di Ceccano – Ceccano, Italy
STICHTING BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FRIESLAND – Leeuwarden, Netherlands
Mardin Artuklu Halk Egitim Merkezi ve Aksam Sanat Okulu – Artuklu İlcesi, Turkey
Klaipedos turizmo mokykla – Klaipėda, Lithuania
Danmar Computers LLC – Rzeszow, Poland
Bankovni institut vysoka skola, a.s. – Praha, Czech Republic

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.