On December 2018 the European Project ICT to promote cultural heritage Iper started.
The project aims to use the nano-learning methodology, (a Nano Learning program is a tutorial program designed to permit a participant to learn a given subject over in a ten-minute time frame through the use of electronic media and without interaction with a real time instructor), in order to update the skills of professionals working in tourism and cultural heritage and to allow them to promote the EU cultural heritage using ICT according to the principles of accessible tourism.
Partners: Italian Chamber of Commerce for Spain, BTS – Blended Training Services Lda, Italian Chamber of Commerce for Portugal, The Chocolate Way, PREDIS, Università dei Sapori SOC. CONS. AR.L.
Direct recipients: according to ESCO profiles, the project will take into consideration the following professional figures: technical operators of museums and libraries, professionals in the creative tourism sector, operators in the gastronomy and catering sector, managers of sports, recreational and cultural centers, Responsible for artistic training, Responsible for cultural structures, Responsible for cultural policy.
On 16th and 17th of January, the 1st IPER Project’s kick -Off meeting was held in Lisbon. All the partners took part of this meeting held at the Italian Chamber Commerce for Portugal.
Participed: Ignacio Osorno de Rebellón for PREDIF, Hugo Domingos and Daniela Vieira dos Santos for BTS-Blended Training Services Lda, Filippo Pinelli for Università dei Sapori, Fadia Khraisat for Italian chamber of Commerce for Spain, Marcello Menichetti for Italian Chamber of Commerce for Portugal and Lisa Reyes for the Chocolate Way.
Good Work and perfect cooperation beginning for promotion of cultural heritage and accessible tourism!