first_imgproject “PUT – Jobs in Catering and Tourism“- Catering and Tourism School Osijek in partnership with the Electrical Engineering and Traffic School Osijek;project “Hvar for all“- Hvar High School;project “ETHNO DALMATIA“- School of Applied Arts and Design Zadar in partnership with the School of Fine Arts Split.  A total of 400 thousand kuna from the program will be available for a wide range of projects, which include the creation of tourism products, promotion and introduction of IT communication technologies and the like. New competition – apply The public call for the development of projects in tourism and for tourism aims to influence the strengthening of competencies and raising the quality of human resources, students of secondary vocational schools.The funds are intended for secondary vocational and art schools for projects of creating new tourism products and improving the destination management process in cooperation with other educational sectors and the private sector.In 2019, the Commission for the selection of the best three projects of secondary vocational and art schools singled out the following three projects: The Ministry of Tourism again this year conducted a tender for the award of grants based on the program “Promotion of Occupations”, which has been implemented since 2009, and for 13 projects of secondary vocational and art schools, a total of approximately 400.000 kuna was approved.  At the initiative of schools, the Ministry of Tourism for the second time this year announced a public call intended for secondary vocational schools to promote, strengthen competencies and raise the quality of human resources.  Projects can be submitted by secondary vocational and art schools founded by the City of Zagreb, the County or the Republic of Croatia. The amount of requested funds can be a maximum of 20 thousand kuna, if one school applies, or 50 thousand kuna if two or more schools apply. Also, with the aim of further motivating students and mentors to get involved in such projects (which ultimately leads to the acquisition of new knowledge and skills), selected project teams will be rewarded with a study trip – a visit to a selected company in the tourism sector.  The public call is open until December 2, 2019, and more information on the program and the necessary documentation for project applications with an indicative implementation calendar can be found on the website Ministry of Tourism.last_img read more

first_imgReflecting on the local football landscape of four years ago, Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) boss, Captain Horace Burrell, believes Jamaicans should be reasonably satisfied with paying what he considers “minimal” prices to see the Reggae Boyz play inside the National Stadium.Burrell was addressing questions posed about JFF’s ticket prices ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier between Jamaica and Nicaragua, scheduled to be played at 8 p.m. on Friday, September 4, inside the National Stadium, Kingston.The ticket prices are grandstand one $6,500 per person; grandstand two, $5,500 per person; and bleachers, $1,200 per person.The Reggae Boyz are fresh off impressive Copa America and CONCACAF Gold Cup showings, which were hosted in Chile and between the United States and Canada, respectively.In the latter, Jamaica were beaten finalists, losing 3-1 to Mexico, while defeating pre-tournament favourites the United States of America prior to the final.value for money”When you consider that four years ago the costs were almost the same for the grandstand when … rental of the stadium and all the other costs have gone up, the airfares have gone up, remuneration to the players have gone up, it’s value for money,” he told The Gleaner.”We ask for your support, because this team is not the team for Raymond Grant (JFF general secretary for Captain Burrell, for anyone, it is a team for Jamaica, and I think every single Jamaican is proud of our team and would want to support,” he underlined.”We want to keep reminding them that these costs are even lower at this stage than the costs of four years ago. The last time around, tickets was [sic] at $1,500,” he said.Meanwhile, persons who purchase tickets from August 28-September 2 will get a $200 discount on bleachers tickets.”This is the commencement of the journey to Russia, and I am sure every single Jamaican at home and abroad is going to want to play a part on the whole evolution of this tremendous drive towards qualification,” stressed Burrell.last_img read more