RESTAT – REcognition of Skills to Transform Accessible Tourism

RESTAT – REcognition of Skills to Transform Accessible Tourism

The most expected impact of the project is to generate a positive effect on qualifying “human capital” in the tourism sector in general and in Social Accessible Tourism in particular. RESTAT, provide a centralized action, people centred, that offer the necessary knowledge, competences and skills to cope with diverse situations and customer needs. With greater confidence, current and future tourism professionals will be able to handle situations, which could otherwise be seen as difficult, or threatening.


01/11/2018 – 30/04/2021

  • Comune di TUSA (IT)
  • New Horizons (IT)
  • ECTE – European Center in Training for Employment (EL)
  • FUEJI (ES)
  • Handy Club (CZ)

Erasmus+, Strategic Partnerships, 2018-1-IT01-KA202-006891

Project Website

Social Media




Project related photos

photos from workshops, meetings related to the project


  • Tourism managers and VET providers aspiring to increase services and quality;
  • Tourism workers and professionals (including seasonal ones);
  • Central and Local authorites seeking strategic development options; and
  • Employers, job agencies and advocacy groups

Our role in the project

  • Upskilling Course for Tourism Professionals (Open / online / digital education – E-learning course / module)
  • Design of the General Training Curriculum and Module Template
  • Development of Training Materials


  • Practical Skills and Employment Context Mapping
  • Endorsing Tool for Skills in Accessible Tourism obtained on the job
  • Upskilling Course for Tourism Professionals
  • Boosting Employability and Job Mobility of Tourism Professionals – Career Guidance Tool

Running Programmes

see what we have been keeping ourselves busy with

ECTE recent news

read our latest EU Department news posts

Connect with ECTE

get in touch with us or follow us on Social Media

Interested in collaborating with ECTE? We would be happy to hear from you.

Follow our activity on social media.