PM4SD Training Courses Calendar 2014-2015

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Where When Level
Rome, Italy 24-26 November 2014 Foundation
27-28 November 2014 Practitioner
24-28 November 2014 Foundation + Practitioner
London, United Kingdom 3-5 December 2014 Foundation
8-9 December 2014 Practitioner
3-5 & 8-9 December 2014 Foundation + Practitioner
Cardiff, United Kingdom 12-14 January 2015 Foundation
15-16 January 2015 Practitioner
12-16 January 2015 Foundation + Practitioner
Brussels, Belgium 23-25 February 2015 Foundation
26-27 February 2015 Practitioner
23-27 February 2015 Foundation + Practitioner
London, United Kingdom 9-11 March 2015 Foundation
12-13 March 2015 Practitioner
9-13 March 2015 Foundation +  Practitioner
Rome, Italy 23-25 March 2015 Foundation
26-27 March 2015 Practitioner
23-27 March 2015 Foundation + Practitioner
Brussels, Belgium 18-20 May 2015 Foundation
21-22 May 2015 Practitioner
18-22 May 2015 Foundation + Practitioner

PM4SD, Project Management for Sustainable Tourism, is a new methodology and qualification designed to plan and implement tourism projects with sustainability. PM4SD 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. The methodology is based on PRINCE2®, Projects in Controlled Environments, the de facto project management standard used both in the public and private sector worldwide.

The Foundation for European Sustainable Tourism (FEST) is in charge of maintaining and disseminating the methodology worldwide.

You can visit FEST website to find out more information related to events and accredited training organisations. PM4SD applies whenever an organisation needs to plan and manage a sustainable tourism initiative, providing a guarantee that the project will be transformed into concrete actions, with clearly defined roles and responsibilities, and that these actions will have a real impact on local communities. It is a practice to be adopted for participatory, transparent and effective management. The methodology was developed and tested by Jlag in partnership with European key tourism stakeholders such as Leeds Metropolitan University andNECSTouR, and it has been certified by APMG International, a world leading examination institute. You can visit the website to know more about the work done during the 2013.

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