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PRESS RELEASE: DGI Tourism Project Successfully Concludes

After two years of dedicated efforts and significant achievements, the DGI Tourism Training Project has reached its successful conclusion. This project, co-funded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, aimed to revolutionize vocational education and training (VET) in the tourism sector by addressing the challenges posed by the digital age and climate change. Project Overview: The DGI Tourism project was launched to equip VET institutions and professionals in the tourism industry with the necessary skills and knowledge to navigate the evolving landscape of sustainable tourism. Through innovative training methodologies and adaptable learning materials, the project sought to foster sustainable thinking and enhance employability in the post-Covid era. Key Achievements: Over the course of the project, several key milestones were achieved: Legacy and Impact: The DGI Tourism Training Project leaves behind a legacy of enhanced educational frameworks and resources that will continue to benefit VET institutions, educators, and students in the years to come. By promoting sustainable practices and equipping professionals with the skills needed for a resilient tourism industry, the project has laid the groundwork for a sustainable future. Next Steps: While the project concludes, its impact will endure through the availability of free training materials and courses on the Moodle platform and our website for the next three years. These resources will continue to empower individuals interested in advancing their careers in sustainable tourism.

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PRESS RELEASE: Unlock New Opportunities with the Launch of the DGI Tourism Training Course

The DGI project is proud to announce the official launch of the DGI Tourism Training Course, a groundbreaking initiative designed to equip students and professionals with essential skills for a successful career in the tourism industry. This innovative course is now available on our Moodle platform and offers comprehensive, free training resources to enhance learning and professional development. Revolutionizing Tourism Education The DGI Tourism Training Course stands out with its unique approach to tourism education, focusing on three core competencies: Why Choose DGI Tourism Training? Free Training Resources Available To support learners in their educational journey, the DGI project offers a variety of free training resources available for download. These materials are crafted by industry experts and educators, ensuring that students receive the most relevant and up-to-date information. Join the Course Today The DGI Tourism Training Course is live and ready for enrollment. Interested students and professionals can sign up for free and start their journey toward a thriving career in tourism. To enroll, visit, create an account, and follow the easy steps to join the course. Supported by Erasmus+ Program and Esteemed Partners This initiative is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Program and supported by a consortium of distinguished partners, including: Contact Information For more information about the DGI Tourism Training Course, please contact

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PRESS RELEASE – DGI Tourism Training Pilot Testing

The DGI Tourism Training Pilot Testing was conducted online from last January to February 2024 in the Bergamo and Como divisions of Enaip. More than (number) students participated in collaboration with nine educators in various fields from economics and law to tour organizing. The successful conduct of the pilot training had a total of 58 teaching hours covering various sub-units of the DGI Tourism Training. The students showed interest in the topics, while indicating their compatibilities with their existing programs. They expressed a preference for the interactive parts and the videos shown. One of the most vital improvements that need to be developed is the localisation of the lessons so that they can be taught in the preferred local languages of the students. This is currently underway and will be available on the online platform soon. On the other hand, the teachers acknowledge how the outcomes of the project are aligned with what is currently needed to improve typical tourism education curriculum. They note how complex concepts were simplified and made them useful and practical to learn, as opposed to many criticisms of teaching sustainable tourism. Having real case studies have proven to be an effective method to improve students’ understanding on how sustainable tourism works in the real world setting. “The training is significant for tourism and hospitality students and has a wider educational potential than those initially understood,” a participant of the pilot training remarked. The various case studies used in the lessons allow students to have a better understanding and worldview on the challenges and successes of implementing sustainable tourism on the ground.  Stay tuned for more updates as we lead to the conclusion of the DGI Tourism Project.

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