At the picturesque city of Nicosia in Cyprus, Eurosuccess was hosting partner to the 2nd Transnational Project Meeting (TPM) from November 2nd to 3rd, bringing together all organisations of the partnership for a series of discussions, presentations, and planning sessions. The agenda was packed with activities designed to ensure the smooth progress of the project.
The meeting kicked off with an introductory session led by the project coordinator, setting the tone for the day’s proceedings. It was a day packed with essential project management discussions, particularly about continuous reporting and mid-term reporting regarding the project’s activities.
The spotlight then shifted to best practices collection of existing regenerative tourism experiences conducted by all partners. Development of Sustainability guide for rural food tourism experiences was also presented, inviting all project partners to engage in discussions, share insights, and provide feedback. This collaborative exchange of ideas facilitated a deeper understanding of the progress made and the challenges faced within these project activities.
The following session delved into the Design and development of an open education resource with the section dedicated to good practices and sustainability guide and infrastructure needed to embed all project deliverables effectively. The creation and management of OER is a vital component of the project, and DomSpain’s presentation shed light on this crucial aspect.
The agenda continued with a focus on Development and Organisation of the Blended Training (for Adult Learners). This section centered on the development and organization of blended training, with a presentation of working plans.
Quality assurance and effective communication are pivotal aspects of any successful project, and these were given due attention during the meeting in Nicosia. The meeting concluded with EURAKOM leading and all partners contributing, a session on communication and dissemination, emphasizing the importance of effectively conveying project updates and insights to key stakeholders. Their insights contributed to establishing a robust foundation for the project’s communication and dissemination strategies, crucial for its ultimate success.
The 2nd TPM of Agora, at Nicosia, was a testament to the collaborative spirit of the project. The carefully crafted agenda ensured that all aspects of the project were thoroughly addressed, setting the stage for continued success and progress in this important endeavour.
Stay tuned for updates on AGORA’s progress and outcomes here, as we embark on this transformative journey towards a greener, more inclusive, and regenerative tourism future!
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