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Dissemination


DISSEMINATION REPORT
Partners:
C.I.P.A.T.
Name of the person involved in the event:
Giuseppe Italiano
Date of the event:
10th June 2008
Type of Dissemination event:
Presentation in the Conference on “Education and Vocational Training in curricula for Tourism to meet the requirements of market structural changes”
Description of Dissemination Event:
The Conference was promoted by the “Centro Studi Turistici” of Florence as an outcome of a vocational training project, which included courses for early school leavers. M. Di Grazia, as CIPAT President and member of the project pilot group has informed the audience about the “School Inclusion” project and has made a comparison between European results and policies as highlighted in the national reports. The Conference was held at Palazzo dei Congressi, Florence. The Regional Councillor for Education, Mr Simoncini, experts, headteachers and teachers, representatives from the Employers’ Association Confindustria and from Commerce/Tourism Associations were present.
Target group:
Staff from Tuscan schools, policy makers and public officers from the Tuscan Region
Number of people reached by event:
100
Held in:
Florence, Italy
Outcomes and Results:
• Information on the project
• Links and cooperation with current initiatives to combat early school leaving in Tuscany
Supporting documents
Conference brochure, signature sheet at Centro Studi Turistici, Florence
Supporting Documents:


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