Coinciding in time with Gothenburg´s Coordinators Transnational Meeting, SIT:IER project (“Sharing Innovative Teaching Methodologies Improving Employability Rates”, 2017-1-ES01-K202-038307) was visible in XX Duque San Pedro de Galatino´s Awards Ceremony, held on November 29th 2018, the annual event organized by Federación Provincial de Empresas de Hostelería y Turismo de Granada.
The event, one of the most important in Federacion´s calendar, took place in Palacio de Congresos de Granada and, as usual, brought together many attendees: businessman, tourism field pros, public institutions representatives, partners, suppliers, employees and notable members of Granada´s society.
Among the attendants were important members of C.P.I.F.P. Hurtado de Mendoza (its Director José Luis Lizancos, just to mention one of them), SIT:IER promoter partner, project in which I.S.S. Einstein Nebbia Loreto (Italy), Ester Mosessons Gymnasium (Gothenburg, Sweden) and Federación Provincial de Empresas de Hostelería y Turismo de Granada are also participants.
There are attached some pictures of C.P.I.F.P Hurtado de Mendoza and Federacion representatives alongside the SIT:IER rollup located in Palacio and of the event prizewinners.
SIT:IER Project (“Sharing Innovative Teaching Methodologies Improving Employability Rates”, 2017-1-ES01-K202-038307) is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and Works in the achievement of different goals:
– The development of the students of the tourism sector and hotel and catering businesses skills, by the utilization of innovative methodologies.
– The improvement of entrepreneurship abilities.
– The support to students´ social inclusion.
– The increase of students´digital integration.
– The increase of students´ employability chances.
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