Tourism mAnagement e-LeArning Solution

TALAS aims to develop a flexible and continuing education program on distance learning basis. For people who work in tourism or for those who are planning to. Flexible means in this context: Learning when and where you want. Or can. Via CD-Rom, Internet and mobile phone.

Together with partners from Italy, Spain, Greece, Romania, Poland and Germany, Hafelekar Consulting developed a comprehensive modular e-learning system. Central theme: hospitality and tourism in Europe. In six modules the participants get to know different concepts of hospitality in Europe, Principles of Marketing and achieve verbal basic skills. The course concludes with a certificate.

The “Tourism Management” pilot course will be provided and tested in a specially developed e-learning platform and an M-learning portal. By means of multimedia, interactive educational material, the E-learning and m-learning course offers:

  • Customized training paths
  • Learning in small groups (online meetings),
  • Learning by doing
  • Flexible and dynamic learning processes,
  • Online service

Project duration

October 2004 till September 2006

Project Partners

  • Hafelekar Unternehmensberatung – Innsbruck (Austria)
  • For.Com. Consorzio Interuniversitario -Rom (Italy)
  • Universitatea Tehnica “Gh. Asachi” – Iasi (Romania)
  • Danmar Computers – Rzeszów (Poland)
  • Hellenic Regional Development Center- Patras (Greece)
  • Instituto Europeo De Lenguas Modernas – Granada (Spain)
  • Fundación Universidad Empresa de la Región de Murcia – Murcia (Spain)
  • Soluzioni Informatiche – San Giorgio a Cremano (Italy)
  • WBS TRAINING AG – Berlin (Germany)

Familiy & work Ötztal Valley

Familiy-friendly working environment – Region Ötztal

Within the scope of the working and business pact the project “family-friendly working environment 2005 – Region Ötztal” took place.

Herein, the regional impact of the establishment of a big spa landscape (Aqua Dome) was examined. Main aim was the networking within the region in order to establish a family-friendly working environment. Therefore measures were implemented regarding the fields of human resource management, child care, accompanying support for restarters, family-friendly working hours models and approaches to a solution concerning the traffic problems.

Hafelekar Consulting was in charge of a baseline study. Within the framework of this study requirements and needs were determined in order to develop accurate offers in the field of further training and child care. The study consisted of four steps:

  1. As a first step there was carried out a secondary research regarding all relevant facts and figures
  2. Written questionnaires formed the second step. Thereby operational data in the predefined business sectors were collected.
  3. In addition to the quantitative data collected, 10 in-depth interviews with experts were conducted.
  4. The results of the written questionnaires – complemented with the results of the expert interviews – were presented to a steering committee.

Within the scope of a future workshop, future scenarios were developed by means of a moderated process.

Project duration

2004 till 2005


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