24-29 November 2019 Trento & Dolomites, Italy Tweet #OECDtourism
Organised by the OECD Trento Centre for Local Development in co-operation with the OECD Tourism Committee and in partnership with tsm-Trentino School of Management, the UNESCO Dolomites Foundation and the Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy
The Winter Academy on Tourism management for UNESCO designated sites in Natural Areas (T.UN.NA) offers training for policy makers, managers and professionals actively engaged in managing tourism in natural sites listed under one of UNESCO programmes (World Heritage, MAB Man and the Biosphere, Global Geoparks).The participation is open also to those who work in natural areas outside of these programmes.
At the end of the course, participants will acquire a deeper understanding of tourism management in natural areas; learn how to implement effective solutions to the problems of unbalanced tourism development in natural areas; and develop expertise in putting in place effective strategies to drive the change towards sustainable goals within natural and protected areas.
The main aims of the Winter Academy are:
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Agenda & Course outline
To apply, it was requested to provide:
► Personal and professional information.
The evaluation committee carried out the selection process considering all information provided including the case study and CV.
The maximum number of participants was of 35.
Selected candidates had to pay an admission fee of EUR 500.
The admission fee included:
Participation were confirmed once the organisers received the admission fee.
Five full scholarships for participants under 35 were available.
Participants were responsible for arranging and covering their own transportation to and from Trento.
OECD Trento Centre, Trento, Italy
MUSE, Science Museum of Trento, Italy
OECD Trento Centre
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tsm - Trentino School of Management
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Some of our Speakers