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1) Creation of a training plan on rural heritage with an innovative and multidisciplinary approach, implemented through three intellectual outputs (IO) for different target groups:

These training materials will be available as open educational resources (OER) in 6 languages, for free access and use, available on the project website and on various online platforms.


2) Integration of an innovative teaching-learning approach for VET, based on heritage interpretation techniques and an active emotional methodology (very useful both for the learning process and for future professional practice as rural heritage interpreters).


3) Development of a training course for rural population, tourism professionals and students, through the E-learning Platform developed during the project, which will be permanently available as an open online course in order to facilitate access to training for all. The course contents will be validated through a pilot course before the end of the project in order to ensure the best quality of this training.


4) Creation of common communication and learning networks between the beneficiaries and the different groups involved, including all the stakeholders in the discussion of strategies on how to promote a true knowledge of the European rural heritage and what are the necessary communication skills for the specialized professionals.


5) Complete plan to disseminate the project and raise awareness about rural heritage, through different actions and media (Newsletters, Seminars and dissemination meetings, social networks, news in magazines and newspapers, leaflets, etc.), including the website of the project (6 languages) in which all the project information will be kept, as well as activities, events, news, experiences, etc. on rural heritage in Europe.


6) A short training course for the consortium staff (C1) in Spain and 4 events for the transmission of results (E1, E2, E3, E4) in Spain, Portugal, Slovenia and Italy.