Training courseFostering youth activity for sustainable tourism development

Location: Floriana, Malta

Dates: 22-26 October 2018

Number of participants: 15

Participating countries: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries , Other countries in the world , Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU 

Organizer: Future Focus

Apply here: application form

Deadline to apply: 8 September 2018

Date Of Selection: 22 September 2018

Inquiries about this training course: Rosanne Galea at


The delegates are expected to make their own travel arrangements. Today Malta is accessible from most European capital city airports and many others. Low cost flights mean that travel costs for this programme are not expensive if booked in advance.
The fee for the course including course material, lectures, certificates and visits is Euro 280.
Accommodation can be arranged and we offer a good choice of hostels and hotels near the training venue.
Further details can be obtained from:
Future Focus Ltd

Fostering youth activity for sustainable tourism development

This is a course for youth workers and youth leaders on how to help youths develop activities that support the development of sustainable tourism practices. The course will also cover aspects of entrepreneurship.

This is a 5 day course which includes lessons, visits and activities and is intended for youth workers and leaders who motivate and lead youths interested in setting up their own business or who develop activities in their own area. The course will be delivered by experts including psychologists, youth workers and professors. Some hands on activities are also included in the programme. We will together visit the beautiful island of Gozo and the amazing Dingli cliffs.

At the end of the course the delegates will have a good knowledge of:

– The definition and objectives of sustainable tourism development
– Activities that contribute to sustainable development
– Quality standards in sustainable tourism practices

The delegates will have a good insight into what Malta and Gozo have to offer in terms of tourism.
The course will also give ample examples of good practices from Malta and abroad about sustainable tourism.

During the course delegates will be given information about youth entrepreneurship including innovative ideas which can motivate young people to set up on their own.
There will be a maximum of 15 delegates on this programme.