Tour2Include aims to establish an innovative approach with the intention to support low-skilled migrants who would like to work in the Tourism Sector to acquire the necessary typical and soft skills:

  • To identify the professions/positions where migrants could be better fit
  • To support low-skilled migrants in order to acquire the necessary hard and soft/intercultural skills and competencies
  • To develop training programmes and materials targeted to the needs of migrants and their tutors.
  • To offer better career perspectives to migrants who work or wish to work in the Tourism Sector
  • To increase migrants' employability in the Tourism Sector
  • To enhance migrants' integration into EU societies through their inclusion into the labour market


  • 11/2019 – 10/2021, 24 months



  • Development of a self-assessment tool
  • Design of migrants-oriented training materials for the identified tourism-related professions / positions
  • Development of an online platform, which will incorporate digital learning materials, lectures, "e-classrooms" and interim and final tests
  • Development of two training courses; one for tutors/trainers; the other for low-skilled migrants
  • Implementation of two pilot training sessions


  • Please see here the main project website
  • National and Transnational Reports on the status of migrant's employment in the tourism industry in the respective participating countries produced
  • Common methodological approach focusing on typical and intercultural skills required by migrants in the identified tourism-related professions designed
  • Self-assessments of migrants working or expiring to work in the tourism industry started


  • 14 November 2019: Berlin, Germany, Project Kick-off
  • November 2019 – April 2020: Mapping of Tourism related professions where low-skilled migrants are mostly occupied
  • National Reports and Transnational Report related to IO 1 can be downloaded here
  • 11 June 2020: Due to the COVID 19 the 2nd transnational Meeting was held by Zoom. You can find the pressrelaese here

This Project is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union.




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