Are you a policy-maker or destination manager in a Small Island Developing State (SIDS) interested in learning more about sustainable tourism management? Then be sure to join us for the second run of the online learning course “Sustainable Tourism for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) – Policy-Maker edition” which will take place from October 12th to November 29th 2020!
This free, 7-week course was developed by Sustainable Travel International and is once again being offered by the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences and the Hamburg Open Online University (HOOU). The course aims to:
- Enhance participant understanding of sustainable tourism development and management
- Inspire learners to think carefully and critically about current SIDS’ tourism issues and related tourism policies
- Enable participants to assess the opportunities that sustainable tourism strategies offer for SIDS in particular
- Understand how policy-making can improve tourism in small island states
This course is designed to support your critical thinking regarding current tourism regimes and policies. It seeks to form a truly global SIDS learning community, facilitating peer-to-peer interaction and cross-destination knowledge sharing; while drawing from concrete experiences in the Caribbean, Pacific, West African, and Indian Ocean regions. A number of qualified tutors will guide learners along the way, to clarify any issues and provide academic supervision
To view the full course details, follow this link.
Join our global SIDS learning community! Participant registration for this course is open now at www.dl4sd.org. Simply register for the platform and then enroll in the Sustainable Tourism course!