The Project

Iper:KA2VET

IPER is a transnational project developed under Erasmus + EU program (Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training) coordinated by Cámara de Comercio e Industria Italiana para España (CCIS).

OBJECTIVES

The project aims to exploit nano-learning methodology in order to update the skills of professionals working in tourism and cultural heritage value chain and to allow them to promote the EU cultural heritage using ICT exploiting the principles of accessible tourism.

WHO WE ARE

IPER is a wide transnational initiative that brings together 7 partners from 4 European countries with different specialisations.

IPER project

IPER is a transnational project developed under Erasmus + EU program (Strategic Partnership for Vocational Education and Training) coordinated by Cámara de Comercio e Industria Italiana para España and aimed at exploiting nano-learning methodology in order to update the skills of professionals working in tourism and cultural heritage value chain and to allow them to promote the EU cultural heritage using ICT exploiting the principles of accessible tourism.

Direct target group:

 

According to ESCO profiles, the project will consider these professionals: Gallery, museum and library technicians, Artistic, cultural and culinary associate professionals, Sports, recreation and cultural center managers, Arts education officer, Cultural facilities manager, Cultural policy officer.

Furthermore, the project seeks to reach broad recognition and raise awareness among the following target groups:

– Tourists with limited access to cultural heritage; due to physical disabilities, such us blind people or with reduced mobility, or other limitations, such as families with children;

– Vocational education and training providers;

– Public authorities at European, national and local level;

– SME organizations;

– The general public.

RESULTS

  1. State of the Art on promotion of cultural heritage and use of digital tools according to accessible tourism principles
  2. Case Studies
  3. Complementary Open Educational Resources and Training Platform
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Project No: 2018-1-ES01-KA202-050246