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HyPro4ST: Sustainable Tourism Innovation Through Hybrid Project Management:

Published: 03/03/2023
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Title: Sustainable Tourism Innovation Through Hybrid Project Management – HyPro4ST
Programme: KA2 – Erasmus+ Cooperation Among Organisations And Institutions Partnerships for Innovation: Alliances – Lot 1: Alliances for Education and Enterprises
Region: Europe
Acronym: HyPro4ST
Objective:
HyPro4SD Alliance for Education and Enterprises offers an innovative and holistic approach to educating and supporting existing and prospective project managers and other professionals and students that are working in the sustainable tourism industry, aimed at boosting innovation through the cooperation and flow of knowledge among higher education, vocational education and training and enterprises, through a 3-year effort, linking project partners from 6 European countries, active in the sustainable tourism sector. It also seeks to increase their skills, their sense of initiative and entrepreneurial mind-set. HyPro4SΤ aims at advancing the project management skills, the digital, the green, the business and the creative skills of existing and prospective project managers of the sustainable tourism sector, alongside with upscaling VET and higher education trainers skills in advanced sustainable, digital, project management, entrepreneurial and educational methods, through the design, development and delivery of modular, micro-learning based vocational curricula on sustainable and hybrid Project Management, as well as transversal-soft skills, directly responding to the skills needs identified by existing research evidence.

Start Date: 01/07/2022
End Date: 31/06/2025
Learn more: https://hypro4st-project.eu/

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