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2 nd half: ADRAT activities’ between Oct/08 and Sept/09 Graz, 7 th September 2009. Information actions. Working Meeting with local and regional partners (14.April): Regional Entity of Tourism of North Portugal Municipalities Agriculture Cooperatives Local Development Associatios

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information actions
Information actions
  • Working Meeting with local and regional partners (14.April):
    • Regional Entity of Tourism of North Portugal
    • Municipalities
    • Agriculture Cooperatives
    • Local Development Associatios
    • Chaves’ High School of Nursery
collaboration agreements
Collaboration agreements
  • We obtained 1 more collaboration agreement, added to the 4 already signed agreements, being:
    • 1 Agriculture Cooperative
    • 2 Touristic Enterprise (SME)
    • 1 Cultural and Sportive Association
    • 1 Forestry Association
diffusion to other entities
Diffusion to other entities
  • We made contacts through e-mail and personal meetings:
    • 5 Regional Development Associations
    • 1 Geo Park
    • 1 Forest Federation
    • 2 Consultancy SME’s
    • 1 Regional Public Entity of Tourism
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Diffusion to other entities
  • We also promoted the project in 2 other meetings of Lifelong Learning Projects, evolving other different entities (12 in total).
informative pamphlet
Informative pamphlet
  • Edition of the Portuguese and English versions, available through Internet:
    • www.adrat.pt (PT)
    • http://project-agronatur.com (all languages)
    • www.adam-europe.eu (EN)
    • http://www.enter-network.eu (EN)
utilization of ntic
Utilization of NTIC
  • Using a mailing list as well as ADRAT’s webpage, we used these technologies to promote the project and the partnership.
  • The project was also promoted in other websites.
use of ntic
Use of NTIC
  • We also used the E-mail alert system allowed by ENTER, disseminating the project brochure to 59 entities from 22 countries:
  • Albany
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Slovakia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • The Netherlands
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom
project webpage
Project Webpage
  • This was a delayed task, finally achieved in March-09:

http://project-agronatur.com

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Project Webpage

  • Between March and September-09, the webpage was visited by 2136 persons, from ggg countries.
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Project Webpage

  • The months with more entries were March and April, corresponding with the majority of the pilot-courses actions’ (???).
pilot course
Pilot Course
  • We made specific contacts with 13 entities for the preparation, diffusion and carry out of this task:
    • 6 Municipalities
    • 4 Private Tourism Companies
    • 2 Sport Clubs
    • 1 Agrarian Cooperative
pilot course1
Pilot Course
  • The pilot course was undertaken in April, in Vidago, concerning Active Tourism.
  • The modules were:
      • Horse riding
      • Mountain Cycling
      • Climbing and Abseiling
      • Trekking
      • Paragliding
      • Legal Framework of Tourism Activities
pilot course2
Pilot Course
  • The trainees were mainly men (51,5%), from ADRAT’s intervention area (55,6%).
  • After the pilot-course we also produced a conclusions report and proceed with the questionnaires for the trainees follow-up.
training manuals and linguistic guide
Training Manuals and Linguistic Guide
  • Jointly with ADRAL, we finished the Portuguese version of the Training Manuals resumes’ and of the Basic Linguistic Guide, available both in digital and paper formats.
transnational meeting
Transnational Meeting
  • 3rd Meeting, Graz (Sept.2009), prepared together with the host partner ENTER.
networks contacted
Networks Contacted
  • We contacted other existing networks, in order to discuss the possible adhesion of any partner of AGRONATUR, as a way to continue disseminating and working on the project thematic’s.
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Networks Contacted
  • ECOTRANS: European Network of Experts and Organisations in Tourism, Environment and Regional Development, seeking to promote good practice in the field of sustainable Tourism.
  • TNTEE: Thematic Network of Teacher Education, aiming a flexible multilingual transnational forum for the development of teacher education in Europe
networks contacted2
Networks Contacted
  • Nature and Rural Realm Interpreters Network: collaboration regarding the development of the professional profile of nature interpreters.
  • RTI-TN: Rural Tourism International is a Network of Trainers and Training Organizations in Rural Tourism.
  • TOURING NATURE: dedicated to ecotourism planning and implementation.
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