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1 Ufa State University of Economics and Service Natalia Solodilova Victor Krymsky Alfir Akhmetshin Albina Bikbulatova In collaboration with V.L. Zasov’s Charitable Foundation Gulnara Sakhibzadaeva Higher Education for Professionals Supporting Tourism and Service for Disabled People: Approaches and Perspectives Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

2 Some geography 1500 km (2 hours) 2000 km (3 hours) Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 150 km (2 hours)

3 Ufa State University of Economics and Service  About 6000 students  Faculties  Tourism and Communications  Design and National Cultures  Economics and Management  Service Technologies and Engineering  Technologies of Catering  Branches in the towns of  Salavat  Oktyabrsky Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

4 Outline Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 Accessible tourism as a whole-of-life approach  Role and importance of accessible tourism  Requirements for implementation of accessible tourism  Teaching professionals supporting accessible tourism Accessible adventure tourism in the Republic of Bashkortostan  Demonstration of video Service for disabled (e.g. designing clothing)  Features of clothing for disabled people  Teaching professionals supporting design of clothing for disabled

5 Accessible Tourism Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

6 Definition “Accessible tourism enables people with access requirements, including mobility, vision, hearing and cognitive dimensions of access, to function independently and with equity and dignity through the delivery of universally designed tourism products, services and environments. This definition is inclusive of all people including those travelling with children in prams, people with disabilities and seniors.” Darcy and Dickson, 2009 Prof. S. Darcy boarding Taieri Gorge Railway (New Zealand, 2009) Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

7 Legal basis Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 Convention for the Rights of People with Disabilities (2006, 2008) Article 30: rights of people with disabilities to culture, recreation and tourism UN Resolution A/RES/492(XVI)/10 on Accessible Tourism for All, General Assembly, Dakar (Senegal), 2005 Declaration on the Facilitation of Tourist Travel, General Assembly, Astana (Kazakhstan), 2009 UNWTO National legislation and standards Local

8 Legislation and standards in Russia Federal Law No.132-FZ  On the bases of tourist activity in the Russian Federation Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 Federal Law No.181-FZ  On social protection of disabled people’ National Standard of the Russian Federation ГОСТ Р 52998-2010  Tourist service. Tourist service for the disabled people. General requirements

9 Market potential Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 AustraliaA$ 1.3 billion Darcy, 1998 United StatesUS$ 13 billion Harris Interactive Market Research, 2005 Germany€ 2.5 billion Neumann & Reuber, 2004 Europe€ 80 billion Buhalis et al., 2005

10 European Network for Accessible Tourism Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 ENAT Founded in 2006 Non-profit association > 30 countries and 5 continents Study, promotion and practice of accessible tourism USUES Joined ENAT in 2011 First joiner among Russian universities

11 ‘Universal Design’ as the theoretical basis Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 Principles (The Center for Universal Design at North Carolina State University) 1. Equitable use 2. Flexibility in use 3. Simple and intuitive 4. Perceptible information 5. Tolerance for error 6. Low physical effort 7. Size and space for approach and use

12 USUES collaborative network Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 Technologies for tourism and service for disabled people  Universities of sports and tourism in Moscow and St. Petersburg  G.A. Albrekht’s Research Centre  V.L. Zasov’s Charitable Foundation Associations of the disabled people  All-Russian Association of the Disabled People  All-Russian Association of the People with Vision Disability  All-Russian Association of the People with Hearing Disability Russian Tourism Business Community ENAT

13 Enhancements in the educational programs CurriculumAdditional courses Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 Implementation of ‘universal design’ principles Medical aspects Legislation and social protection Specialized courses Courses forming general knowledge Preliminary courses

14 Accessible adventure tourism: hands-on experience for the students  Implementing principles of the ‘universal design’ in the specialized equipment  Adapting tourists to the travel conditions Students of USUES are trained to assist in overcoming the natural barriers during the tourist trip Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

15 Students training: tours organized by V. L. Zasov’s CF Real experience in guiding the tours for disabled tourists  How to make the tourism accessible?  What are the requirements and the limitations? Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

16 Students assist with providing the elements of accessible environment Museum tours for kids with disabilities  Excursion to the National Museum of the Republic of Bashkortostan  In collaboration with V. L. Zasov’s CF Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

17 Tours for people with vision disability Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013  Hippotherapy  In collaboration with V. L. Zasov’s CF

18 Intourmarket Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013  II International conference on accessible tourism  International travel fair  Moscow, March 2012  USUES took part in the organizing committee

19 Accessible adventure tourism in the Republic of Bashkortostan Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

20 Design of clothing for disabled Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

21 Teaching the future professionals Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013 USUES: Faculty of Design and National Cultures  Design must satisfy requirements to the quality and the specifics of the clothing  Specialized types of fabric  Close contacts with chemists and medical experts

22 Balance of theory and practical applications Participation in the specialized exhibitions is the necessary part of educational process USUES: Faculty of Design and National Cultures Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

23 ‘Round table’ of designers Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013  Moscow 2013  Exchange of professional opinions  Selections of the most relevant and promising directions in designing specialized clothing  Establishing consortium of designers  Designers from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Arkhangelsk, Ufa, etc.

24 Bez Graniz Couture Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013  International competition and exhibition Organized by Messe Dusseldorf, Germany and MarketKompas, Moscow, Russia Moscow, 2011 and 2012  Bez Graniz = Without Borders  USUES took the 3 rd place

25  Tourism and service for disabled people need specially trained professionals able to support such activities  The higher education of professionals supporting tourism and service for the disabled people requires introducing the specialized courses into curricula and training the students in the real conditions  Success of the educational process depends on the cooperation of the corresponding universities and the community Summary Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

26 Ufa State University of Economics and Service  145 Chernyshevsky Street, Ufa, 450078, Russia  Phone: +7 347 228 91 11Fax: +7 347 248 21 74  Email: oms.ugaes@mail.ruoms.ugaes@mail.ru Contacts Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013

27 Q & A Higher Education and Disability, Innsbruck, 2013


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