PM4SD, Project Management for Sustainable Tourism, is a new methodology and qualification designed to plan and implement tourism projects with sustainability. It aims to become the internationally recognised methodology to use tourism as a force for social, economic and cultural change, supporting the delivery of successful projects in a way that ensures benefits for everyone: visitors, local communities and stakeholders alike.
Courses and Qualification
The Foundation for European Sustainable Tourism (FEST) is in charge of maintaining and disseminating the methodology worldwide, and EARTH’ member Jlag is the premier training provider for PM4SD. It runs regular courses in London, Rome and Brussels, with additional courses taking place across Europe and the Middle East.
The PM4SD qualification is organised in two levels: Foundation and Practitioner. Through dynamic lectures, case studies, and small group interactions, you will be prepared to take your tourism management skills to the next level and enhance your contribution to sustainability.
Where and When
|Rome, Italy* (registration closed)||16-18 July||Foundation||€1200|
|Brussels, Belgium||22-26 September||Foundation & Practitioner||€1950|
|London, UK||29 September – 3 October||Foundation & Practitioner||£1950|
|London, UK||27-31 October||Foundation & Practitioner||£1950|
|Rome, Italy*||24-28 November||Foundation & Practitioner||€1950|
|London, UK||1-5 December||Foundation & Practitioner||£1950|
* The courses in Italy are delivered in Italian, but the exam is in English.
Why join the PM4SD Training Courses?
To DESIGN successful and sustainable tourism projects, to MANAGE your sustainable tourism project successfully, to LEARN how to get funding support for your tourism projects, to CERTIFY your competences in tourism management, to TRANSFORM your project ideas into concrete actions, to NETWORK with key tourism players, to DEVELOP new fresh tourism project ideas.
Who is right for the PM4SD qualification?
Executives, programme managers, project managers, policy makers, tourism researchers and academics, students, public and private tourism organisations, training organisations and many more.