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09/20/2016

Latvian Country Tourism Association "Lauku ceļotājs" has developed a brochure "Tasty Cheese Tour" (Gardā siera ceļš). The title "Sierzinis" is awarded to farms and manufacturing facilities that prove mastery in cheese making, can talk about the process with visitors, and offer samples for tasting or buying.  The title is also awarded to rural saloons, restaurants and other venues that offer locally made cheeses on their menus.

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To developing the Culinary Routes network in the countries surrounding the Baltic Sea in order to strengthen identity and the feeling of belonging together the Baltic sea Culinary Routes project partners have produced a brochure.

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The ERASMUS+ programme project "UPSKILL" aims at developing the skills of early drop-outs and low qualified adult through the development of an innovative short term study programme. Five partners from Turkey, Latvia, Spain, Italy and Austria have developed an analysis report on key skills for the tourism sector as well as an deriving model for the attribution of ECVET credits with key knowledge, skills and competences. 

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After almost 18 month of work, the “Seniors Go Rural” project presents the results of its activities.  A reduced yet comprehensive list of rules and requirements sets the frame for age-group friendly tourism services.  Based on these criteria, new and innovative products were created and tested.  The “Silver Suitcase” logo identifies adequate services to the target group, and the associated Guest Card provides special conditions and value-added services to them. 

All offers for seniors you can find here: http://www.celotajs.lv/en/c/accomm/seniors

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A new self-assessment tool available to evaluate your CSR skills

The partners in the TransCSR project have launched a self-assessment tool to evaluate one’s CSR skills, knowledge and competencies, and get the CSR skills pass http://www.csr-pass.eu/v1/survey-index.php?module=survey&survey=passcsr .

The CSR self-assessment tool has been translated in project partner languages to improve accessibility and dissemination of CSR which is a comparatively new learning topic in tourism training programmes in Latvia. We hope that this tool will help students and training sector to increase CSR wawareness and improve the learning process.

More about the CSR pass: http://www.celotajs.lv/cont/prof/news/2015/TransCSR-Flyer-web-ENG.pdf

More about the project: http://www.kate-stuttgart.org/en/csr-tourism/transcsr.html


08/10/2015

We have arranged a new section on our website - wellness tourism.

There are leisure offers intended to provide you with feelings of emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing. Peace, quiet, open spaces, fresh air, pampering yourself, a healthy lifestyle, gentle exercise, beautiful surroundings, closeness to nature – all of these are skilfully merged to provide you with a sense of harmony, balance in your inner world, and to revitalise your energy. In Latvia, people has known for centuries how to use nature materials for their health and wellbeing. The knowledge about preparation of herbal teas, sauna switches, body masks and scrubs are inherited from generation to generation.

We have also developed wellness tourism brochure in Latvian and English. The brochure is available in our office and an electronic version here.

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On the morning of 3rd of September 2015 in Brussels, the European Conference “Transparency of CSR skills in European tourism” will create the opportunity to reflect on CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) in the tourism sector, especially linked with the trainings, the qualification and competences of the professionals in Europe. 

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20. - 24.06.2015: Closed
25. - 27.06.2015: 09:00 - 17:00
28.06.2015: Closed


From the 15th-17th of February in Latvia - Riga was held a project partner meeting - "Baltic Sea Country Style and Baltic Culinary routes initiative". There were a project partners from 7 countries - Latvian, Lithuania, Estonia, Germany, Finland, Norway and Denmark.
This project aims are to ceate a common rural tourism conception and to create a common "Baltic Sea Culinary Route.
 

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Year 2015, Location: Croatia, Greece, Latvia and Poland.
12 educational institutions, seven national tourism associations, over 250 travel agencies, over 300 employees of travel agencies and more than 600 pupils and students to connect and move towards a common goal of sustainable tourism development in the EU. The project is implemented training programs and certificates acquired over 500 students, over 200 staff travel agencies and implementation processes društvano responsibility and Travelife certification is followed over 50 travel agencies in Croatia, Greece, Poland and Latvia.

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