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HUMAN-COM. Tourist Business Human Resources Magament Students placement

programma Leonardo da Vinci - mobilità

The project entitled HUMAN-COM is promoted by the University of Business and Commerce in Wroclaw, Poland. It is planned from January 2006 till 31 May 2007 and involves 10 European partners operating in Germany, Czech Republic, Ireland, Greece, Spain, Italy, and the United Kingdom. The group of direct project beneficiaries consists of 40 students of tourism management, recognized as anxious to pursue their professional careers in this area. The 13-week vocational placements in the enterprises operating within tourism industry are designed to provide them with professional, hands-on experience in high quality human resource management of European dimension.
The Promoter considers also the project as a part of its Lisbon Strategy realization through the implementation of European dimension into the HE process.
The project purpose is to train the prospective managerial staff for regional tourism innovative management, and consequently, to raise up the competitiveness of SMEs in the Polish region of Lower Silesia. The project?s aims focus primarily on the HR management understood as a chief managerial function in a contemporary business environment.
The students are thought to benefit from the project developing their professional qualifications and composing their professional profiles. These, in turn, is considered to increase their employability in both regional and European dimensions, acquaint them with good practices employed for the tourism development throughout Europe, further their knowledge on the application of modern organisation and management theories in a variety of tourist SMEs and on the decisive role played in raising their competitiveness by HR development. Finally, the students mobility adds up to their ?on-the-go? process of learning European active citizenship.
The project?s purpose and main aims are complimented by the results achieved within the students? personal development aspects. The range of these begins with the opening of their personal European educational path, then goes through the development of their inter-personal skills, and ends up with the deepening of the inter-cultural communication skills including the improvement of their foreign language competencies in professional and every-day native-speaking environment.
The partners, operating as educational institutions providing courses in tourism management area, are thought to have their statutory goals realized through the project. The partnerships developed under the project might make a heart of the future European co-operation network, and thus support the prospective development of Leonardo da Vinci network-building measure.

In this project our organisation hosted 5 polish students.

List of the hosted students