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  • 1. PM4ESD training courses in NECSTouR regions Cristina Núñez, Network Coordinator NECSTouR Permanent Secretariat T4EST Launching Roundtable Brussels, November 14th 2012
  • 2. 1. The Network2. NECSTouR in T4EST3.Training courses in NECSTouR Regions
  • 3. …the NEXT Tourism!European Regions, associated with representatives of the tourismentreprises, tourism associations and universities/research institutesaiming at:1.Strenghening the Role of Regions in the European Tourism Policy2.Develop a strong framework for cooperation at European level3.Develop research & a model of Sustainable tourism managementCOM 2010-352: KEEPING EUROPE, THE WORLD N°1 TOURISM DESTINATION (4 Axes – 21 Actions) “Action 11: Develop, on the basis of NECSTouR and EDEN, a system ofindicators for the sustainable management of destinations. Based on thissystem, the Commission will develop a label for promoting touristdestinations.”
  • 4. History2007 EC COM “AGENDA FOR A SUSTAINABLE AND COMPETITIVE TOURISM“3.2.1. Mobilising actors to produce and share knowledgeThe European Commission will support the strengthening or the creation of platforms – by also using newtechnologies – where lessons drawn by good and bad practices can be exchanged and where collaborationbetween tourism and other related sectors can be improved. The promotion of best practices exchangetowards sustainable destination management (e.g. addressing the issue of seasonality and theprolongation of the tourism season) can contribute in a significant way to the competitiveness of thetourist destinations. These platforms could allow a more specific approach reflecting the territorial andeconomic characteristics of destinations”  Catalunya (ES) Provence-Âlpes-Côte d’Azur (FR) Toscana (IT )2009 ADOPTION LISBON TREATY Official Creation of NECSTouR asbl2010 EC COM “EUROPE, THE WORLD’S N°1 TOURIST DESTINATION-A NEW POLITICAL FRAMEWORK FORTOURISM IN EUROPE”Action XI “The Commission will be supported by the initiativeimplemented in cooperation with the Network of European Regionsfor a sustainable and competitive European tourism (NECSTouR) and the EDEN destinations network witha view to developing a system of indicators for the sustainable management of destinations”
  • 5. NECSTouR Profile OBJECTIVES1.Strenghening the Role of Regions in the European Tourism Policy2.Develop a strong framework for cooperation at European level3.Develop research & a model of Sustainable tourism management COMPOSITIONRegional Authorities competnet in tourism, tourism entreprises, associations & universities/research institutes*Why Regions ? Regional authorities’ strategic role :1.Between local and national, ensuring proximity and territorial strategy;2.Able to gather all tourism stakeholders of the territory;3.Receiving structural funds and able to develop projects;4.Right dimension for cooperation with other Regions;
  • 6. Full Members 26 Regional authorities (NUTS 2)Portugal: Alentejo, AlgarveNetherlands : ZeelandFrance: Provence-Alpes-Côte dAzur,Aquitaine, Midi- Pyrénées, Bretagne,Bourgogne, Ile-de-FranceItaly: Emilia Romagna, Puglia,Tuscany, Umbria, Veneto,Spain: Catalunya, Islas Baleares, LaRioja, País VascoUnited Kingdom: Cornwall RegionBelgium: German-speakingCommunity of Belgium Region,FlandersSwitzerland: Valais RegionSweden: Västra Goteland RegionCzech Republic: Zlín RegionGreece: South Aegean IslandsCroatia: Istria
  • 7. ⋅ Sustainable Tourism Working Group – National Association ⋅ European Institute of Cultural Itineraries Associated Members ⋅ Legambiente Turismo ⋅ Federcultura ⋅ Observatory of Tourism Islands in Europe (OTIE) ⋅ Coastal and Marine Union National, European, International public/Private Organisation working in the ⋅ Statistic Institute for Northern Europe (NIT) National, European, International public/Private Organisation working in the Sustainable Tourism Sector ⋅ European Federation of Nautical stations Sustainable Tourism Sector Representatives of the Tourism Enterprises  Representatives of the Academic sector ⋅ Centre for Cooperative Research in Tourism (CICtourGUNE) ⋅ Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (WKÖ) ⋅ City of Culture and of Sustainable Tourism (CCTD) ⋅ Croatian Chamber of Economy (HGK) ⋅ Ciudad de la Energía (CIUDEN) ⋅ Forum of the Adriatic and Ionian Chambers of Commerce (FAICC) ⋅ European University for Tourism in Albania ⋅ French Chambers of Commerce and Industry Assembly (ACFCI) ⋅ University of Girona ⋅ Italian Association Responsible Tourism & Legacoop Tourism ⋅ Fondazione Campus Studi del Mediterraneo ⋅ Centro Nationale di Ricerca (CNR) ⋅ National Tourism Research Institute (ISNART) ⋅ Luspio University of Rome - Faculty of Economics ⋅ School of Business in Prague (VSO) Representatives of the Sustainable Tourism Associations ⋅ University of Malta ⋅ Sustainable Tourism Working Group – National Association Coordination Italian Agenda 21 (TSG IT21) ⋅ SiTI- High Insitute for Innovative Territorial Systems ⋅ European Institute of Cultural Itineraries ⋅ The Politechnical Insitute of Leiria ⋅ Legambiente Turismo ⋅ University of Economics in Prague (VSE) ⋅ University of Florence ⋅ Federcultura ⋅ University of Pisa ⋅ Observatory of Tourism Islands in Europe (OTIE) ⋅ University of Leiria ⋅ Coastal and Marine Union ⋅ Statistic Institute for Northern Europe (NIT) ⋅ European Federation of Nautical stations
  • 8. Governance GENERAL ASSEMBLY REGIONAL AUTHORITIES Academic Committee Associated Committee EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (3 Years)President: Tuscany North: Flanders, Vastra Gotaland,General Secretary: Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur CornwallTreasurer: Catalonia East: Zlin & Istria South: Alentejo, Midi-Pyrénees PERMANENT SECRETARIAT (Brussels)
  • 9. What do we do ?• Increase KNOWLEDGE:Collection, exchange and evaluation of good practices of sustainable and competitive tourism policies;• Increase JOINT ACTIVITIES:Development of projects, facilitate partner search, dissemination of project ideas and progresses;• Increase EXPERTISE:Cooperation with European and International organisations;• Increase VISIBILITY:Promote the strategies and activities of the members within the network, towards stakeholders and the Institutions• Ensure the POSITION:Monitor, contribute and influence the European Tourism Policy developments;
  • 10. NECSTouR Methodology 3 Pillars Social Dialogue, Competitiveness, Measurability Transversal Approach Projects, Studies, Events, Policy, Communication… Thematic ApproachPriorities of the Agenda 2007 Taskforces1. Reduction and optimisation of use of natural resources with particular 1. Indicators reference to water 2. Blue Growth2. Reduction and optimisation of energy consumption 3. Landscape3. Reduction of waste and better waste management 4. Governance of Cultural Routes4. Quality of life of residents and tourists 5. Accessible Tourism5. Quality of work 6. Structural Funds6. Active conservation of cultural heritage7. Active conservation of environmental heritage8. Active conservation of distinctive identities of destinations9. Widening the relations between demand/offer (geographical and seasonal)10. Transport and mobility
  • 11. Projects NECSTouR Project methodology1. INFORMING AND BEING INFORMED2. FACILITATE PARTNER SEARCH3. SUPPORT BUILDING CONSORTIUM4. FACILITATE THE REDACTION/ADMINISTRATIVE PROJECT MANAGEMENT5. QUALITY CHECK OF THE PROPOSAL6. MANAGEMENT OF THE PROJECT7. COMMUNICATION / DISSEMINATION OF THE PROJECT NECSTouR role in selected project MEMBERS COORDINATION – EXPERTISE – NETWORK CREATION – EVENTS – COMMUNICATION & DISSEMINATION Ongoing NECSTouR Projects T4EST (LLP), ODYSSEA (CIP), CERTESS (INTERREG IVC)
  • 12. NECSTouR in T4EST NECSTouR’s role & added value1. Brings Regional dimension & key tourism players2. Provides targets for PM4ESD Exploitation: T4EST users3. Maximises geographical impact of T4EST: 6 countriesFrance - Spain - Portugal – Sweden –Switzerland - Czech Republic4. Contributes to PM4ESD sustainability: Summer School PM4ESD alumni community Certified methodology for sustainable tourism projects in Regions
  • 13. NECSTouR in T4EST Training courses for PM4ESD beneficiaires Tourism destinations• What? 6 training sessions for sustainable tourism projects• Who? Tourism practitioners• When? February to June 2012• How? Face-to face, e-learning & Summer School• Where? NECSTouR Regions: Algarve, Catalunya, Zlin, Brussels + Naples & Leeds• Languages: EN, FR, IT, ES
  • 14. NECSTouR in T4ESTWhat benefits? tMethodology Target Group BenefitsPublic & private tourism organisations Better spending funding & managing tourism initiatives with a sustainable methodologyTraining organisations Ability to deliver certified training courses in sustainable tourismProfessionals Acquire new certified skills & competences for enhancing theirStudents career and have more opportunities for mobility
  • 15. NECSTouR in T4ESTResults & Impact 100 trainees from 6 European countries 100 PM4ESD Project Managers in Sustainable Tourism Local tourism policy planned in a sustainable way Tourism professional skills & careers are boosted Good practices and fresh ideas for tourism entrepreneurs Mobility of tourism management professionals Knowledge transfer and implemented in tourism sector Continuity & Sustainability
  • 16. Thank you More info:communication@necstour.eu twitter.com/NECSTouR www.necstour.eu
  • 17. www.Pm4esd.eu

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