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Digital Tourism

Digital Tourism

Work-Based Learning (WBL) is an effective teaching approach used to engage students in real-life occupational experiences. It incorporates structured, work-based learning activities into
the curriculum, allowing a student to apply knowledge and skills learned in class and connect these learning experiences in the workplace. Work-based learning provides students with the opportunity to engage and interact with employers, while learning to demonstrate essential employability and technical skills necessary for today’s workforce.

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The Bulgarian VET System

The Bulgarian VET System

The project ‘Creating VET Business Partnerships for WBL’ is a partnership with Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Turkey, The Netherlands and North Macedonia. One of the aims is to provide an overview of theoretical perspectives on Work based learning education, to support young people, schools and companies out there. Our project starts with making overviews of the VET Systems in each partnership country. Our fourth project article in the VET-WBL Series covers the Bulgarian vocational education and training system.

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Tourism Talks: Work Based Learning Event very successful

Tourism Talks: Work Based Learning Event very successful

Tourism Talks: Work Based Learning

Last Friday, July 9th the project Digital Tourism showcased a special Tourism Talks edition on the topic Work Based Learning. The show can still be viewed OnLine in the ‘Digital Tourism Qualification Forum’ Facebook group by clicking this link. During the show we discussed more than 20 documents. After the discussion we were abble to validate and fonmalize all the document. The very valuable feedback from our stakeholders was priceless and will be added in the documents. In August and September 2021 we will start up a series of DT Work Based Learning blogs to show you all the work we have we validated and formalised. The DT documents are free to download and available for everyone to use, copy and paste (mentioning the author and DT partnership will still be appreciated though).

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