Zelena vrata

Zelena vrata

Zelena vrata

TURISTIČKI INFORMATIVNI CENTAR KLASTERA LIKA – KARLOVAC

Nositelj projekta: TZ grada Karlovca
Partneri:
TZ Karlovačke županije
TZ Ličko-senjske županije
TZ općine Plitvička jezera
JU NP Plitvička jezera

Cilj projekta: Objedinjavanje i pružanje turističkih informacija za cijeli klaster te distribucija promidžbenog materijala klastera
Kratki opis projekta: Na temelju Strateškog marketinškog plana Hrvatskog turizma za razdoblje 2010.-2014. godine i Master plana turizma za Karlovačku i Ličko-senjsku županiju oformiti jedinstveni zajednički turistički informativni centar za klaster Lika-Karlovac kao jedan od ključnih načela za razvoj turističke infrastrukture klastera. Lokacija navedenog TIC-a pod nazivom Zelena vrata je na glavnoj državnoj cesti D-1 u sklopu Muzejske zbirke naoružanja Domovinskog rata.
Učinci projekta:
– Jačanje dugoročne suradnje turističkih zajednica i drugih zainteresiranih subjekata unutar klastera Lika-Karlovac te podizanje razine turističkog gostoprimstva i kvalitete pružanja informacija za područje cijelog klastera.
– Poticanjem obrta, OPG-a, tvrtki i drugih subjekata  na sudjelovanje u oblikovanju turističkog proizvoda klastera indirektno očekujemo povećanje gospodarske koristi za klaster te produženje boravka i potrošnje gostiju.
– Jačanje cjelokupnih aktivnosti klastera Lika-Karlovac predviđenih Strateškim marketinškim planom Hrvatskog turizma za razdoblje 2010. – 2014. godine:

  • Stvaranje turističkih proizvoda
  • Razvoj i edukacija ljudskih resursa
  • Brendiranje klastera

Poticanje stvaranja turističkog interpretacijskog centra klastera.

 

Praksom do uspjeha

Praksom do uspjeha

Praksom do uspjeha

Naziv projekta: Praksom do uspjeha
FROM VOCATIONAL TRAINING TO SUCCESS (VOTTS)

Koordinator projekta: TZ grada Karlovca
Voditeljica projekta: Nikolina Jović Belavić, nikolina@visitkarlovac.hr
Trajanje projekta: 2 godine
Partneri:

  • Veluws Bureau voor Toerisme, Nizozemska
  • Green Dream Company, Nizozemska
  • Fakulteta za turizem Univerze v Mariboru, Slovenija
  • Alianta, projektno svetovanje d.o.o., Slovenija
  • Izvor financiranja: IPA fond, Agencija za mobilnost i programe EU

Cilj projekta: Povezivanje partnera radi razmjene iskustava te primjera dobrih praksi na području poduzetništva u turizmu s ciljem izrade smjernica za unapređenje postojećeg sustava stručne prakse te integracije mladih stručno obrazovanih i specijaliziranih ljudi u turizmu na tržište rada.

PRVI SASTANAK PARTNERA – Karlovac, 23. i 24. listopada 2012.
DRUGI SASTANAK PARTNERA – Apeldoorn, Nizozemska, 17. i 18. siječnja 2013.
TREĆI SASTANAK PARTNERA – Ljubljana-Jesenice-Vitanje, Slovenija, 16. i 17. travnja 2013.
ČETVRTI SASTANAK PARTNERA – Karlovac, 11. i 12. srpnja 2013.
PETI SASTANAK PARTNERA – Tilburg, Nizozemska, 29. i 30. listopada 2013.
ŠESTI SASTANAK PARTNERA – Brežice, Slovenija, 12. i 13. prosinca 2013.
SEDMI SASTANAK PARTNERA – Apeldoorn, Nizozemska, 14. i 15. travnja 2014.
OSMI SASTANAK PARTNERA – Karlovac, Hrvatska, 3. i 4. srpnja 2014.

Prezentacije:

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From Vocational Training to Success

From Vocational Training to Success

From Vocational Training to Success

About the VOTTS project

This book is a project result of the Leonardo da Vinci Lifelong Learning Programme. The “From Vocational Training to Success” (VOTTS) project connected 6 project partners from Croatia, Slovenia and the Netherlands, representatives of the labour market and institutions that provide vocational training. The main objective of the VOTTS project was the creation of a new vocational training programme to attract young people to develop and foster their skills as young entrepreneurs in tourism, with a special emphasis on restoration and the use of resources relating to old historical centres. The overall project objectives were:

  • to contribute to the growth of young entrepreneurs in tourism, as well as to the development of new tourism products and services;
  • to raise awareness among local and international stakeholders of the importance of entrepreneurship in tourism with an emphasis on cultural heritage;
  • to help young people to gain more employability skills before entering the job market;
  • to help young people to recognise their personal employability skills, their quality and their need for improvement;
  • to encourage entrepreneurship in the tourism industry and have a direct impact on improving and developing the tourist offer;
  • to gain and use information and knowledge about entrepreneurship in tourism training methods and content in order to improve the vocational training programme, with a special emphasis on restoration and the use of resources relating to historical centres;
  • for participants to gain the knowledge and skills to be able to co-operate and communicate with each other and other entrepreneurs, and to develop and increase their personal, professional and practical skills, as well as their language and entrepreneurial skills.

During the project, project partners aimed to find a solution to the problem of bridging the gap between vocational education and the labour market and strove to find methods to improve vocational education and training. As the final deliverables of the VOTTS project, here are the 10 modules for training in entrepreneurship:

  1. Story-telling
  2. Business models
  3. Networking, marketing, communication
  4. Verbal and non-verbal communication
  5. Social media for tourism
  6. IT: understanding trends in tourism
  7. Organisational skills: a practical approach to organising an event
  8. Sociology of tourism: critical thinking
  9. Self-analysis and elevator pitch
  10. Coaching instead of teaching

About the modules

The primary audience of a training module are usually the trainers, teachers and mentors of young people in vocational training. The aim of the modules is thus to be a teachers’ resource for those working with young potential new entrepreneurs in the tourism sector in the project partners’ countries and elsewhere.

The description of a training module below is taken from Luciano Mariani’s work. Modules are nowadays increasingly being used to make curricula more interesting, and many course books are structured on the basis of “modules” rather than “units”.

  • The concept of “module” is strictly linked to the idea of a flexible curriculum, which can be adapted all the time.
  • A module aims at developing a clearly identifiable and certifiable portion of the curriculum, expressed in terms of competence objectives.
  • These objectives should be achieved within a clear and realistic time limit. This time limit is an important feature of modular organisation.
  • Modules enable learners to achieve a certain level of competence.

Each of the modules contains:

  • A SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE PURPOSE OF THE WORKSHOP: a short introduction to the module, and information on what knowledge and skills people gain by participating in the module.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES: information on what knowledge and skills people gain by participating in the module.
  • SUPPORTING LITERATURE/MATERIAL: an essential part of each learning module; the content of the module.
  • INTERACTIVE METHODS: it is important to note that modules are not intended as a teaching aid that allow only one-way lecturing but should aid the teacher/mentor to engage learners in discussion, critical thinking, activity-based learning, etc.
  • KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT: presents ways in which either teachers/mentors or learners themselves can show whether the objectives of the learning modules have been achieved.
  • MODULE EVALUATION: evaluation of the knowledge gained by learners is an important element of overall module assessment, yet it is not sufficient.
  • POTENTIAL FOR FOLLOW-UP

It is important to note that modules are not intended as a teaching aid that allow only one-way lecturing but should aid the teacher/mentor to engage learners in discussion, critical thinking, activity-based learning, etc. The most important point of consideration is the sources for our material. We need to include material from credible, preferably peer-reviewed sources, such as scientific publications:

  • Books, journals, journal articles (e.g. Annals of Tourism research, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Tourism Management).
  • Another important group of possible material is professional tourism industry magazines and publications (e.g. Hotel Management, Travel and Tour World, Travel Agent magazine).
  • Important sources of information are also companies and organizations from tourism industry.
  • Massive open online courses are becoming an important tool for education. They provide video and audio material for online learning that is often provided free of charge by universities worldwide (e.g. Coursera, Canvas).

There is a wide variety of possible pedagogical approaches for presentation of the content. For illustrative purposes, we present here only are few examples of methods that teachers/coachers can use. It is very important that not only verbal, but visual, audio, video and other interactive methods are included (more information about this topic is contained in the 10th module Coaching instead of teaching).

 

Eventour

Eventour

Eventour

Turistička zajednica grada Karlovca želi Vam predstaviti program Leonardo da Vinci Agencije za mobilnost i programe EU, u sklopu kojeg je i projekt
POBOLJŠANJE KVALITETE ORGANIZACIJE MANIFESTACIJA KROZ NAJBOLJE PRIMJERE IZ PRAKSE – EVENTOUR

„ Agencija za mobilnost i programe Europske unije (AMPEU) javna je ustanova koja provodi i promovira programe Europske unije u području obrazovanja, znanosti i mladih. Agencija je usmjerena podizanju kvalitete sustava prvenstveno njegovom internacionalizacijom, odnosno jačanjem instrumenata mobilnosti u svrhu učenja i usavršavanja, što čini njezinu misiju.“
Izvor: www.mobilnost.hr

Prezentacija: eventour_-_prezentacija_projekta
Nositelj projekta: TZ grada Karlovca
Trajanje projekta: 12 mjeseci
Partner: Turistički ured regije Veluws, Apeldoorn, Nizozemska
Izvor financiranja: Program za cjeloživotno učenje – Agencija za mobilnost i programe EU
Glavni cilj projekta je poticanje razvoja i unapređenje organizacije manifestacija i događanja u funkciji turizma na području Karlovca kroz unapređenje znanja i vještina organizatora manifestacija

 

Bastion Sv. Josipa – međunarodni volonterski kamp

Bastion Sv. Josipa – međunarodni volonterski kamp

Bastion Sv. Josipa – međunarodni volonterski kamp

Međunarodni volonterski kamp KARLOVAC – UREĐENJE BASTIONA SV. JOSIPA U KARLOVCU
Nositelji projekta: Eko Pan, Nacionalna udruga za fortifikacije, TZ grada Karlovca

Međunarodni volonterski kamp održao se povodom rođendana grada Karlovca na prostoru bastiona sv. Josipa. Cilj je bio potaknuti volonterske akcije povodom Dana grada Karlovca te informirati i senzibilizirati javnost o važnosti zaštite okoliša, kulturne baštine i održivom razvoju. Uz volontere iz lokalne zajednice sudjelovali su i volonteri iz cijele Europe.

Međunarodni volonterski kamp sastojao se od slijedećih vrsta aktivnosti:

  • volonterske akcije (čišćenje i uređenje bastiona)
  • edukativne aktivnosti (predavanje, tisak prigodnog materijala)
  • zabavne aktivnosti (projekcije, izložba, koncert)

Svakodnevne aktivnosti prema posebnom programu događanja:

  • Akcije čišćenja na prostoru bastiona,
  • Snimanje promotivnog materijala (fotografije i video materijal),
  • Edukativna radionica i predavanje na temu Zvijezde
  • Večer na bastionu – završno događanje uz prigodan zabavni program,
  • Izdavanje prigodne publikacije na temu Zvijezde i bastiona sv. Josipa povodom rođendana Karlovca

 

 

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