Tag: T4EST

Thanks to our Prague practitioners!

Last week we held our last training course in the framework of the T4EST, Training for European Sustainable Tourism, in Prague!  More opportunities to be trained on PM4SD® will come! Stay tuned!

Prague: The Next Project Management for Sustainable Tourism – PM4SD® – Training Course

In two weeks’ time, the last training course in PM4SD® will take place. It will be held in the magical city of Prague, between the 10th and the 12th of September. If you are a project manager or a tourism professional, and if you are truly committed in making tourism more sustainable, then this is …

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SUMMER SCHOOL: Leadership and Governance for sustainable tourism

Naples hosted the first edition of the Summer School from the 8th to the 12th of July at the University of Suor Orsola Benincasa premises. The PM4SD™ methodology was officially launched. PM4SD™ is the adaptation for the tourism sector of project management methodology PRINCE2; Projects In Controlled Environments. PM4SD™ is the first Sustainable Tourism Project Management certified methodology based …

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Organisations in #PM4SDNaples

The Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism is a global initiative launched in 2011 to inject sustainability principles into the mainstream of tourism policies, development, and operations. The Coordinating Office is hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme, Division of Technology, Industry, and Economics (UNEP-DTIE).  UNDP has developed several projects and programmes dedicated to promote sustainable …

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Experienced course in Leeds

30 students attended the PM4SD training course in Leeds, ranging from two Project Managers from the World Tourism Organization to the sustainability manager for Thomas Cook or the Tourism Programme Officer for the Organisation of East Caribbean States. The level of participation was very high and the event went smoothly as elements of the methodology …

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Improving tourism project management in Barcelona

Another PM4ESD™ Foundation training course has been held! The last stop was in Barcelona from the 8th of April to the 10th. 26 participants took the course in order to improve their skills on project management for sustainable tourism. In Barcelona, for instance, the real breakfast was used to promote authentic food. PM4ESD team would like …

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Active participation in Naples!

From the 3rd to the 5th of April took place in Naples the training course on Project management for Sustainable Tourism. The course was held in the premises of Università Sur Orsola Benincasa. During three intensive days the participants were learning about efficient planification and implementation of tourism projects. In Naples, in particular, the two key case studies …

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5 recommendations to create a successful and strong partnership in Europe

Did you know how important is to choose the correct partners for an efficient project management? Today, JLAG, one of our parters in T4EST proposes 5 suggestions to help you to build up a successful partnership to develop a European project.   1. Build up and connect your project idea within European Tourism Policies. An initial idea is the …

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Long-Term Success Comes from Listening to Your Beneficiaries

The main secret to making a project sustainable after it has closed is to involve local people as much as possible and do things THEY need, not just what the project monitoring team needs. This is the case for the “Proposals for environmental policy and governance based on demonstration of environmental, social and economic benefits from tourism …

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Training Calendar 2013 – Infographic Map

Starting next week in Alentejo, Portugal, the team of the project T4EST (Training for European Sustainable Tourism) will be travelling around Europe during 2013 spreading the word of the manual PM4ESD™. Follow them by checking this map! Download here the Frequently Asked Questions and the Training programme to know all the details.