The international projects of the Academy of Tourism in Lavagna have started

On Tuesday, May 17, a group of 13 students from Spain is expected to complete a training period, both school and practical internship, at the training center and local companies.

The international projects of the Accademia del Turismo di Lavagna have started.


While the students, who are in the fourth year of the catering operator, are currently in a cultural exchange in Paris to attend the French hotel school, a group of 13 students will take place on Tuesday, May 17, at the headquarters of the academy greeted from Spain. Training, both academic and practical internships, at the training center and local companies.

“This year we were able to finally activate the collaboration with the schools in other countries that we have been planning for some time – explains Chiara Rosatelli, Director of the Academy – For us this is a very important activity, we think it is for our children is. is truly a “unique opportunity to discover other pedagogical realities, but above all also business experiences as is already being done in Paris”.

The whole city of Lavagna has made every effort to welcome these students by collaborating in the best possible way with the nearby town of Chiavari, home to some of the companies hosting internships, and the Ais Association active at the “Mare Mosto “to participate. which will be held on 22 and 23 May in Sestri Levante to promote local products such as wine and oil.

On the day of their arrival, Tuesday 17th at 11:45 am at City Hall, a meeting will be held with the Commune Administration where Lavagna Mayor Gian Alberto Mangiante will take the boys along with the Ass. on Culture and Youth Policy Chiara Oneto and the Ass. to Tourism Elisa Covacci.

“We are very proud,” says Councilor Chiara Oneto, to have such an important reality in our territory as the Academy of Tourism, dynamic and active in the training of professionals in the sector. a plus value for the entire city of Lavagna, which opens up to other realities and cultures “

Director Rosatelli concludes:

“Thanks to the Central Training School, a national body to which the Academy of Tourism is affiliated, which offers us the opportunity to participate in these projects of greatest interest, especially in ways such as ours, so that knowledge of what the typical characteristics are are in various offers both from a tourist and the food and wine perspective from other countries are fundamental and it is very important that our children get to know them.
I would also like to thank the entire territory, the municipal administration, the companies and all those who have borrowed, for welcoming the youngsters as best they can. “

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