Uniline, a leading Croatian tour operator and the Faculty of Economics and Tourism “Dr. Mijo Mirković ”(FET) from Pula, by signing a cooperation agreement, they started the implementation of a series of activities of long-term common interest, and the main goal is to facilitate and accelerate the inclusion of students in the labor market through Uniline.”The beginning of the cooperation was marked in November last year with a guest lecture by the President of the Management Board of Uniline Boris Žgomba, and now we are continuing to intensify our activities. The goal is to establish cooperation between Uniline and FET, to improve the quality of educational programs and to facilitate and accelerate the inclusion of graduate students in the labor market, to which the Faculty pays special attention. By opting for the vision by which we see FET as a socially responsible center of excellence in higher education and science and a center for fostering innovation and entrepreneurial culture, we have clearly defined our future development. Cooperation with the economy is one of the key areas of action that are indispensable in achieving this vision, and connecting with Uniline as one of our largest partners will significantly contribute to this.”, Says the Dean of the Faculty, Assoc. Robert Zenzerović.Internships and Uniline Wednesday are the first in a series of agreed activities on connecting the economy and higher educationFET students will be able to implement the acquired knowledge and gain practical experience through professional practice, which is one of the important steps towards improving the competencies that students acquire during their education. ”This shows how much we support young, educated and ambitious people. It is part of our systematic and permanent orientation aimed at recognizing and developing human resources, which today more and more in higher education institutions can be called – talents. As part of this, the “Semester of Uniline Experts” begins, every second Wednesday from today onwards with a wide range of topics on the conduct of business processes within our company. We are organizing the Uniline Open Day for all interested students at the end of April this year, the possibility of doing student internships during the spring and summer and in September in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia I invite young colleagues to accept the challenge we are sending them and give our best. “Boris Žgomba emphasized and added that he would know how to appreciate the knowledge, enthusiasm and energy of students, and that he hoped that in the near future they would be the bearers of the development of the Croatian economy.By getting to know the business processes and organizational culture in the leading Croatian tour operator, students are enabled to participate in the realization of Uniline’s recently promoted vision to develop and operate as a leading content travel company in designing and offering innovative experiences in Southeast Europe.Related news:UNILINE OPENS NEW BUSINESS HEADQUARTERS AND PRESENTS NEW BUSINESS PHILOSOPHYCOOPERATION BETWEEN ECONOMY AND HIGHER EDUCATION – UNILINE AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS TO STUDENTSCOMING SOON // Knowledge is power by HrTurizam.hrEDUCATION AND POPULARIZATION OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM – GET INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER”
Tags: Black MaidensBlack PrincessesBlack SatellitesBlack Starlets Source: ghanafa.org The Ghana Government’s COVID-19 Advisory team will, on Wednesday, August 12, 2020, organize a workshop for the handlers of four national teams ahead of their camping.The workshop will be organised for team doctors, physiotherapists, essential service providers and welfare officers of four national teams, namely Black Satellites (U-20), Starlets (U-17), Maidens (U-17, female) and Princesses (U-20, female).Members of the GFA Medical and Security and Safety Committees will also be part of this workshop.The three-hour programme will be led by the Chairman of the Risk Communication and Social Mobilization Committee for Ghana’s COVID-19 Response Team, Dr. Dacosta Aboagye.The workshop is expected to enlighten participants on issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This will pave way for the teams to resume camping this week.Three National teams had to break camp in March, 2020, following restrictions on contact sports as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.The Black Maidens (U-17) have a World Cup qualifying game against Nigeria whilst the Princesses prepare to take on Guinea-Bissau in a FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup qualifier. The Black Starlets have been preparing for an upcoming WAFU Championship slated for Benin in September.The FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup to be hosted by Costa Rica will now come off from January 20 – February 6, 2021.FIFA has also announced that the U-17 Women’s World Cup, with India as hosts, is expected to come off from February 17 to March 7, 2021.