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1 Carolien van der Laan ECEAT Netherlands

2 History RTI-TN

3 First Leonardo projects from mid ’90’s

4 History RTI-TN First Leonardo projects from mid ’90’s 2 projects 1997 and 1998 made a new Leonardo network project

5 History RTI-TN First Leonardo projects from mid ’90’s 2 projects 1997 and 1998 made a new Leonardo network project “Hospitability in Rural Tourism”

6 Objectives

7 Objectives 1. To make existing training material accessible for professionals in Rural Tourism training and education practice available

8 Objectives 1. To make existing training material accessible for professionals in Rural Tourism training and education 2. To support the development of training material based on best practice available

9 Objectives 1. To make existing training material accessible for professionals in Rural Tourism training and education 2. To support the development of training material based on best practice available 3. To develop broadly accepted and recognized curricula for Rural Tourism training and education

10 Objectives 1. To make existing training material accessible for professionals in Rural Tourism training and education 2. To support the development of training material based on best practice available 3. To develop broadly accepted and recognized curricula for Rural Tourism training and education 4. To train professionals in Rural Tourism Training and Education

11 Objectives 1. To make existing training material accessible for professionals in Rural Tourism training and education 2. To support the development of training material based on best practice available 3. To develop broadly accepted and recognized curricula for Rural Tourism training and education 4. To train professionals in Rural Tourism Training and Education 5. To establish and maintain a network of Rural Tourism trainers and training organizations in Europe

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13 Joint curricula and standards  Tourism and recreation  Hospitality  Accommodation  Food and catering  Activities  Nature and environment  Marketing and promotion  Legislation  Health and safety  Management  Project management

14 Joint curricula and standards  Pre-starter course  Basic course  Advanced course  Specialized courses

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16 2 or 3 days course to see if rural tourist activities would suit

17 courses to bring the entrepreneur to a European standard in knowledge and behaviour in rural tourism

18 courses to enable the entrepreneur to improve his abilities in knowledge and behaviour in rural tourism

19 Courses for an entrepreneur wanting to specialise himselves in a specified subject

20 courses Training

21 Training duration  Mostly short courses (1-3 days) 

22 courses Training Training duration  Mostly short courses (1-3 days)  Organisation once a year

23 steps in the RTI network      

24  Joint European curricula 

25 steps in the RTI network  Joint European curricula  Development of training materials 

26 steps in the RTI network  Joint European curricula  Development of training materials  European certificate

27 the RTI training network Board Accreditation body Office (independent, project application, gives out certificates)international contacts, co-ordination General Assembly National coordinatorsMembers accredited institutes organizations and individual members Trainers

28 Practise  What is realized in 5 years time?

29 What has RTI-TN to offer? Training materials on 10 themes of the curriculum

30 training materials A lot of exercises

31 training materials Exercises Approaches Based on adult training methods. Split into three different parts:

32 Content training materials Exercises Approaches. 1. Course and course material preparation

33 training materials Exercises Approaches. 1. Course and course material preparation 2. The course opening, presentations, programme and the course objectives, conclusion

34 training materials Exercises Approaches. 1. Course and course material preparation 2. The course opening, presentations, programme and the course objectives, conclusion 3. The evaluation

35 training materials Exercises Approaches 1. Course and course material preparation 2. The course opening, presentations, programme and the course objectives, conclusion 3. The evaluation Methods The continuity of the exercises has been laid out in a logical manner. In other words, each exercise allows knowledge or a skill to be developed and improved upon during the exercises.

36 Example Family Life/Exercise 5: Preserving family life Objective: To be able to identify the elements which may trouble family life and to find solutions

37 Example Exercise structure: Material: 5 min. explanation coloured paper 20 min. Group work session pens 10 min. group discussion 5 min. summary Total: 40 min.

38 Example a. Explanation (5’) b. Group work session (20’). Divide the participants into three groups. Each group sets out the risks involved for the family when serving dinner and providing accommodation for guests. Write down your ideas in keyword format (one word per card), and for every keyword, write down the solution that you have in mind on another card. c. Group discussion (10’) The speaker for each group presents the risks involved and solutions they came up with to the group as a whole. d. Summary (5’) Summary of the risks involved for family life when you become overwhelmed by a rural tourism activity. N.B: Be careful, every person's limitations are very different.

39 What more has RTI-TN to offer? Train-the-Trainers course

40 What more has RTI-TN to offer? Train-the-Trainers course Ireland, Romania, Germany and Bulgaria are working on accreditation the Train-the-Trainers course Piloted 3 times

41 Example Objectives of day 1 1. Participants get to know each other. Confidence. Create a basis for a good group spirit. 2. Through the visits and the discussions with the entrepreneurs, they enter in the process (from the idea to the project) the family went through and get aware about the concrete and practice oriented steps 3. They have an idea about the key moments of a project and about the needs (training) of entrepreneurs.

42 Example Objectives of day 1 1. Participants get to know each other. Confidence. Create a basis for a good group spirit. 2. Through the visits and the discussions with the entrepreneurs, they enter in the process (from the idea to the project) the family went through and get aware about the concrete and practice oriented steps 3. They have an idea about the key moments of a project and about the needs (training) of entrepreneurs.

43 Example Objectives of day 1 1. Participants get to know each other. Confidence. Create a basis for a good group spirit. 2. Through the visits and the discussions with the entrepreneurs, they enter in the process (from the idea to the project) the family went through and get aware about the concrete and practice oriented steps 3. They have an idea about the key moments of a project and about the needs (training) of entrepreneurs.

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52 What more has RTI-TN to offer: Website blog

53 And further: - Members - Board - General Assembly 26 th of May Training workshop andragogy 27 th of May Projects

54 Projects: SYNERGY, towards international cooperation in rural tourism training PART-RTI

55 New project ideas - Leonardo TOI project: transfer of RTI-TN’s training methodology to Turkey, Romania and the Netherlands - Accreditation of entrepreneurs courses - e-learning - Training for special target groups

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