DATE POSTPONED FOR I INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ACTIVE TOURISM
Finally it postponed the date for the first International Congress of Active Tourism taking place in Cabra (Córdoba) in December 2014.
International Congress of Active Tourism: will be held at the Teatro de Cabra “The Jardinito” (Cordoba), with capacity for 452 people and Expo area. Then all the info:
LOCATION: Teatro de Cabra “El Jardinito” (Córdoba),
DATE: December 2014
– 60 € (until 30 April 2014)
– 90 € (from May 1 to November 20, 2014)
– 100 € (from 21 November to 1 week before the date of Congress)
– 50% discount from 2nd person from the same company. (To get the discount you have to make payroll, contract or TC)
Promoter: FAETA, ANETA y Commonwealth of Subbética
Technical secretary: EMIRAL
Collaboration: GDR Subbética.
Hotels concerted Accommodation: Hotel Fuente Las Piedras, Hotel Mitra, Hotel Mencia Subbetica Hotel Zuhayra, Hotel Maria Luisa, Hotel Villa Maria. Cortijo de Frias, Hacienda Minerva, Villa Turistica de Priego, Hotel Huerta de las Palomas, Hotel River Pool, Hotel El Mirador de Rute, Hotel Rural Luxury La Prensa, Hotel Caserío de Iznájar, Rural apartment Los Castillarejos, Camping-Rafting Benamejí, Nautical School hostel Iznajar.
9: 00-14: 00 Workshop (stock market). Agencies sitting buyers – sellers active tourism companies. Coffe and food included for agencies and companies active tourism.
17:00 Meeting associations and entrepreneurs with public entities and institutions.
19: 00-21: 00h Opening Expo area.
Prices: € 30 per person Workshop.
Dinner included for all participants of the stock recruitment (agencies and companies)
SATURDAY 14 & SUNDAY 15
9-14h; 16-20h Conferences. Except on Sunday that will end at 15: 00h.
14-16h; 20-22h Zone Expo with suppliers of all specialized in active tourism services and manufacturers.
Prices 90 € (until October 20), 100 € (until 20 November), 115 € (until December 4). 50% discount from 2nd person from the same company (to get the discount you have to make payroll, contract or TC).
MONDAY 9, TUESDAY 10, WEDNESDAY 11, MONDAY 16, TUESDAY 17
Courses: The course delivery is open to all companies that request it. The course fee to the participant will each imparting company, which will be the final price to the participant. The goal of the organization is to promote a meeting and training taking advantage of the shift to Congress. They will be given in areas near the congress. deadline to submit courses, 15 October 2013. The courses will be promoted through the media of the Federation, with direct contact of the impartidoras companies.
CONFERENCES AND COMMUNICATIONS
TABLE 1. ACTIVE TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENT.
Nature sports and adventure, on land, water and air, renewable energies Tourism. Julia Vera.
Consideration of environmental agents and resources in creating tourist destinations.
Active Tourism in Protected Natural Areas. public officials and businesses.
TABLE 2. SPECIALIZED TRAINING.
Recommended Training management, asset management companies tourism. EOI.
Training for work in active tourism in all specialties of active tourism. Pablo Caballero.
Rescuers training fortune monitors and professional rescuers. Sergio Navas (Instructor Rescue3)
Studies specific degree of active tourism. Case West Highland College, University of the Highlands and Islands. Elena Hernandez.
TABLE 3: PREVENTION MANAGEMENT, SECURITY AND RISK.
Moderator: Maria Ceballos
Advances in prevention of occupational hazards specialized in active tourism. Pedro Carrasco and Alberto Ayora.
Active Tourism Law: business regulation, liability, personnel qualifications, professional and safe intrusiveness. Pedro Carrasco.
Safety and Risk Management Active Tourism. Alberto Ayora.
TABLE 4. RESCUE natural environment.
Management and synchronization of a center of rescue operations.
Protocols search, rescue and evacuation.
TABLE 5: PROJECTS AND RESEARCH.
Moderator: Lazaro Mediavilla.
ATTA. Joining international level can be interesting. International Association of Adventure (Chris Doyle).
EC-OE, European Confederation of Outdoor Employers (Herman Smulders).
ELESA, European Learning Syllabus for Outdoor Animators (Herman Smulders).
HEVA. national study on active tourism sector in Spain. (Lazarus Mediavilla).
TABLE 6. NEW TRENDS.
Active Tourism Trends Greenways and other tourist centers booming. Pablo Luque.
Slow Adventure: new ways of understanding the adventure tourism (Peter Varley).
Coaching in natural environment. Gerhard Krebs.
TABLE 7. EXPERIENCES.
Fort Williams case.
For Wilderness Scotland. Manager
For some activities in Norway. Aronfer Hergur.
Iceland. The focus of the activities of ice and snow. Thorder Hurigrutim.
TABLE 8. ADVENTURE PARKS.
Major advances in Adventure Parks and giant zip lines.
IAPA. Statistics. Training. Security.
TABLE 9. COMMUNICATION.
Marketing online for active tourism companies.
Marketing through travel agencies.
Active Tourism treatment by the media.
TABLE 10. ADVENTURE TRAVEL.
Active Tourism in the World and adventure trips. Pepe Sanander.
Each topic will take several speakers roundtable, seeking the participation and interaction of capacity. The tables are consecutive, not concurrent.