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CULTVET Joint Course Announcement

Cultural Tourism is a growing industry and many employment opportunities are being opened all over the world. Therefore, there is an increased demand for specialists in the field while specialized qualifications on cultural tourism are rare.

The Scheme is expected to be launched in November 2019 by the Ministry of Energy, Trade and Industry.

Its aim is to increase the integration of digital technology into Small and Medium-sized Enterprises.

The financial support consists of funding defined eligible costs for the implementation and exploitation of digital upgrading to existing or new small and medium-sized enterprises.

The funding rate will be 50% of the total eligible budget with a maximum limit of €50 000 for processing and €40 000 for further activities. The specified minimum investment amount is €5 000.

You can read more for the Scheme by clicking here.

Note: Upon procurement of the Scheme, elements of the above provisions may be differentiated.

 

 

Over the last decades, there have been numerous major social changes (digitalisation, automation, robotisation, globalisation) that affect both people’s private lives and the needs of the labour market. However, not everyone is following such rapid pace, thus becoming excluded from lifelong learning and new opportunities. At the same time, adult educators and relevant professionals may not be familiar with the phenomenon of low literacy, the characteristics of low literate people, the way their jobs are being affected, and how this target group learns better. Therefore, all of the above should be reflected in literacy programmes targeting low-skilled people and adult educators.

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Eurosuccess Consulting participates in the European project “Boosting EU economy through training of Foreign Direct Investment advisors” - Boost EU – FDI advisors, an Erasmus + project co-funded by the EU with the main aim to support the work of FDI advisors. The project started on 01/09/2017 and will conclude on 31/10/2019.

What is BOOST EU –– FDI advisors?

“Boosting EU economy through training of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) advisors” is a project with the aim to increase foreign investments by developing a unique training programme which will equip FDI advisors with all the knowledge, skills and competences needed to provide all in one support for internationalization and relocation of foreign investors in one place.
What are the objectives of this project?
The main objectives of the project are:
• To improve quality and access to vocational education and training,
• To improve knowledge and skills of employees in relevant consulting companies,
• To improve employability of adult learners.

Who can benefit from BOOST EU –– FDI advisors?

FDI advisors, included in the training programme, will be able to provide information and support in all relevant fields (from selection of the right type of investment opportunity, opening and running the business to real estate investment, reallocation, funds raising and after care services). They will gain valuable knowledge and skills to attract potential foreign investors and thus contribute to national GDP increase, development of new jobs and other positive effects in their countries.
The BOOST EU products will be available in all national languages of the project: Slovenian, Greek and Croatian.

The consortium

The International dimension of the BOOST EU –– FDI advisors project is ensured by a consortium of partners and other relevant organizations from three European countries: Slovenia (Replika-Coordinator, B2), Cyprus (Eurosuccess Consulting) and Croatia (Magnet, PAR Business School).

 

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