|HOTEL MANAGEMENT COURSE for 12 operators from TUNISIA, MOROCCO, SYRIA and TURKEY|
|Teaching aim of the “Hotel Management” course is that to update managerial figures working in tourist structures, through a careful analysis of the technical-theoretic skills and of the right procedures necessary to carry out the various managerial activities of the single company’s departments .
Such course foresees the updating of skills concerning the whole range of organizational models of the many existing departments in tourist structures, facing forms of management based on quality, efficacy and efficiency parameters, following the continuous challenges caused by the standing internationalization of tourist markets, but always in the observance of nature of the tourist structure and of its specific socialcultural and geographical environment.
|JORDAN: AN EXPANDING ECONOMY, A GATEWAY TO GULF COUNTRIES AND TO MODERATE ARAB COUNTRIES|
|26th October 2006 10.00 a.m. - Chamber of Commerce of Rimini|
|FORUM ON TOURISM IN THE MEDITERRANEAN|
|The publication " Mediterranean Mosaic Itineraries: a proposal for integrated tourism routes" has been officially presented on Saturday 27th May 2006 in Casablanca, Morocco, and on Tuesday 20th June in Rimini, at the Chamber of Commerce.|
|The publication " Mediterranean Mosaic Itineraries" proposes images and texts of the most important mosaic sites in Italy, Morocco, Tunisia, Jordan, Turkey, Syria, Croazia, Cyprus. It is a publication in three languages: Italian, French and English and has been officially presented on Saturday 27th May 2006 in Casablanca, Morocco, during the III Assembly of members of the Intermediterranean Tourism Association, and on Tuesday 20th June in Rimini, at the Chamber of Commerce.|
|Mediterranean Mosaic Itineraries|
|The creation of an integrated cultural tourism offer that groups together the main mosaic centres in Italy (Ravenna, Sicily) and in Mediterranean partner countries can favour the mutual growth and promotion of this unique heritage, with important repercussions on both a scientific and a purely economic level. It will also make it possible to prevail over the approach adopted to date, which has focused excessively on local interests alone.|
Tourism Intermediterranean Association
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