HECTOR (Industrial Heritage as key Competences for Tourist Operator) is an Erasmus+ project totrain tour operators specialized in the field of Industrial Archaeology. The project’s training tools
HECTOR (Industrial Heritage as key Competences for Tourist Operator) is an Erasmus+ project to
train tour operators specialized in the field of Industrial Archaeology. The project’s training tools combine traditional and new technologies: an online theoretical training course and a one-week full immersion course (summer school). The online course will is already available and will not require a selection. At the end of the online course, there will be a final quiz. The successful results in the quiz will be rewarded with a certificate of participation and will give the opportunity to take part in the selection for the summer school.
The summer school will take place from the 12th of September 2022 to the 18th of September 2022 and enrollments will be reserved for people between 18 and 30 years old, with domicile in one of the countries of the European Union who have an intermediate knowledge of English. It will consist of a one-week intensive course, held completely in English. It will take place in Italy, in Abbadia San Salvatore (Tuscany), within the buildings of an important and impressive industrial archaeology site. The summer school, in addition to various training activities, will include meetings with experts in the tourism sector and institutions relevant to the project, and visits to the mining museum in Abbadia.
The deadline to participate is set at June 15th 2022. Find out more about the summer school and the course here.
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