SQUARE Training in Batumi, July 5-6
On July 5 and 6, Batumi State University hosted the second phase of the training in the framework of the Erasmus+ project SQUARE. The training was delivered by the project partners from CNAM and UTU. Ms. Maia Khajishvili, minister of culture and sport of the autonomous republic of Adjara and the first deputy head of the tourism and resorts department of the autonomous republic of Adjara, Ms. Tamar Kaikatsishvili greeted the participants of the meeting and delivered opening speeches. The training had a hybrid format, as two of the partner institutions – UTU and UNL could not physically attend the training, due to the regulations. Georgian partner institutions had the chance to reflect on their third mission activities, the mapping of 3M activities prepared before the training and the 3M skills and resources. Discussions were held and the European partners presented their feedback and view about the 3M projects, skills and resources. The Georgian partners will continue working to finalize the 3M maps and implement other activities of the project. See the photo gallery here.