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Georgia: Cross-border cooperation project seeks experts in tourism sector

March 2, 2016

The EU-funded Eastern Partnership Territorial Cooperation (EaP TC) Programme is looking for trainers in Georgia’s tourism sector. The successful candidates are required to possess a sufficient level of theoretical and practical knowledge in such fields as cycling tourism management, tourism ethics, tourist service management, PR and tourism marketing. They also need to have proven experience of cooperation with governmental agencies, NGOs and local authorities. The selected experts will be engaged in capacity building activities that are due to be held in Borjomi, Georgia in spring 2016.


The educational activities will be organised in the framework of the EaP TC Armenia-Georgia project entitled “Biking and rural combined cross-border tourism, as innovative approach for promoting cross-border cooperation”, with the support of the International Center for Caucasus Tourism and Women’s and Children’s rights-of-support.


The closing date is March 15, 2016 (6 pm). All interested individuals should submit their CV (in English and Georgian) and cover letters to the following e-mail address: The expected scope of work, detailed conditions and requirements to potential candidates can be found here.  (EU Neighbourhood Info)

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Press release


EaP TC Programme – web-site


EU Neighbourhood Info Centre page on Georgia


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