Title Transfer of Quality Ensurance Tools for European Rural Tourism Sector
Project Number 2008-1-LV1-LEO05-00125
Project Type Innovationstransfer
Marketing Text Training to quality in rural tourism in a quick, practical and user friendly way to train providers to the same minimum rural tourism standards in all Europe. Created by practitioners, the tool will serve as an
Summary The main goal of the project was to provide practical and efficient life-long learning opportunity for SMEs in rural tourism in Europe. The project produced a web based training tool for quality, composed by three deliverable results of the project: 1) web based quality check for minimum RT accommodation quality criteria in Europe, 2) Inspector’s manual for minimum RT accomodation quality criteria in Europe, 3) virtual training module, illustrating with pictures the minimum RT accommodation quality criteria in Europe. The partnership represents European rural tourism organisations and EUROGITES – European federation of Farm and Village Tourism. The target audience of the project is rural tourism providers and organisations, trainers, training establishments, students. The project results are accessible online from the web site of Eurogites http://quality.eurogites.org
Description The project partners optimised the web based rural tourism quality assessment and training tool developed under the source project in 2002-2004, testing it in their differing national situations (LV, BG, SI, GR, ES)and integrating customer expectations.
Nutzung und Verbreitung von Ergebnissen
Sectors Gastgewerbe/Beherbergung und Gastronomie
Unterlagen für offenen Unterricht
Product information The quality check for minimum RT accommodation quality criteria is a web application accesible to rural tourism providers online to fill in the requested accommodation data and receive assessment. The inspector’s manual provides explanation of minimum rural tourism quality standards. The virtual training module illustrates with examples interpretation of minimum quality standards in rural tourism.