Title ENGLISH THE SAINT JAMES WAY
Project Number 2009-1-ES1-LEO05-10338
Product ENGLISH THE SAINT JAMES WAY: NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN REPORTS ON NEEDS
Title ENGLISH THE SAINT JAMES WAY: NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN REPORTS ON NEEDS
Product Type others
Marketing Text Our findings when analysing the language level, perceived needs and internet habits of the beneficiary group.
The national and European resports were based directly on the methodology of the Taxi Driver project.
As a result of the deskwork and surveys carried out in WP 2 in Spain, France, Italy and Holland, we produced a detailed report by country and a compiled European Report detailing the current training offer available for English language training specific to the rural tourism sector, the needs of the target groups in terms of existing language level and their desire for improvement, the degree of Internet connectivity in the inns and shelters and what types of devices (PC, tablet, smart phone) are in use. From this study we were able to make recommendations in each of the target countries, and in Europe as a whole.
We produced a database of over 300 entries of potential beneficiaries and interested entities (accomodation providers and associations connected to the Camino de Santiago) as part of this study phase.This data enabled us to contact the potential benefeiciaries to find out if they wanted to participated in the pilot phase and to send them information from time to time about the progress of the project. After the end of the grant period, the database will contribute to the sustainability of the results by providing the partners in each geographical area with an expandable list of people and entities potentially interested in using the training tool produced in this projec
Target group Owners and employees of rural accomodation establishments
Result The result enabled us to clarify the learning objectives and technical requirements for the e-learning English course. As well, it will contribute to the future SUSTAINABLITY of the project by providing us with contact data for the future.
Area of application Needs analysis