Press Release (ePRNews.com) - May 16, 2016 - 5 Senses Malta is implementing H.O.S.T. – The Heritage of Olive Tree for Sustainable Tourism – project training workshops. The training will cover four modules, each delivered by local experts in their fields as follows:
· Food Culture Module – by Dr. Noel Buttigieg
· Communication and Marketing Strategies Module – by Mr. Melvin Caruana
· Environmental and Cultural Assets Management Module – by Ms. Sarah Faith Azzopardi
· Experiential Tourism Module – by Ms. Sarah Faith Azzopardi
The training is currently half way through with two of the four modules having been completed. Participants include students in the tourism sector, staff from Destination Management Companies (DMCs) and individuals interested in setting up a business within the tourism sector. At the end of the training programme, participants will be delivered attendance certificates from the H.O.S.T. project lead partner, Fondazione Campus – www.fondazionecampus.it.
H.O.S.T. is co-financed by the COSME programme of the European Commission and has an overall budget of €233,990 for a period of 18 months from June 2015. The H.O.S.T. project objective is to contribute to sustainable revitalisation of local economies in order to generate a positive impact on the population and the natural and cultural heritage. The project will promote itineraries related to the theme of the olive tree in four Mediterranean territories – Italy, Slovenia, Greece and Malta – through sporting events, customised tour packages and a marketing strategy.
H.O.S.T. specifically focusses on the tourist sector as a turning point susceptible to drive economic development.
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