The Iberoamerican University Foundation (FUNIBER) participated on September 5 in a virtual meeting with the rest of the European partners of the T-CRISIS-NAV project.
The meeting was attended by Thomas Prola (FUNIBER), Steve Taylor and Kelly Morrison; (University of the Highlands and Islands), Íris Hrund Halldorsdottir and Guðrún Þóra Gunnarsdóttir (University of Akureyri); Laura Magan (Momentum) and Julia Grey (The Vision Works).
During the meeting, Steve Taylor of University of the Highlands and Islands gave a project management update to the attendees, sharing that they are now two years into the T-CRISIS-NAV project, designed to offset the consequences of Covid-19 for the tourism industry in the European Union.
The aim of this project is to accommodate companies in the European Union so they will be fully equipped with the knowledge and actionable tools to analyze the specific extent of crisis impact and develop suitable countermeasures and navigate their company safely through crisis.
The team shared the project progress regarding the modules of the crisis tourism management curriculum, Intellectual Output 3 of the project.. The partner will try to present a draft of the modules at the next meeting.
Partners are developing case studies for these modules, in order to offer training solutions to SME.
The different case studies carried out by the partners are already available for reading on the website, and partners expect to present a first version of the training modules before the end of 2022.
The next transnational partner meeting is scheduled to meet on the 4th and 5th of October, and will be held in Hveragerði, Iceland.
Those interested in finding out more information about the project can access its website, set up by the European E-learning Institute (EUEI).