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CEHAT – Spain

CEHAT (Confederación Española de Hoteles y Alojamientos Turísticos) represents the entire Spanish property sector (both independent hotels and chain hotels, apartments, resorts and campgrounds & resorts) with more than 14.000 establishments and 1.500.000 beds, grouped in 54 national, provincial, regional and local associations throughout the national territory.


CEHAT has been managing training funds since its foundation in 2004. Workers all over Spain have benefited from these programs, which have included courses taught modality or distance. We have been working on defining topics of these training programs funded by the Spanish state. Professionals working in this project cooperate with the Spanish state in the implementation of public education programs.


CEHAT represents the hotel sector in Spain. It is the main knower of the training demands and the main job vacancies in the sector, for its direct contact with the hotels and with the main regional associations. In the NTG project CEHAT can contribute the vision from the sectorial point of view, contribute to the demands of digital and green capabilities so necessary for the digital transformation of the sector. Also promote the use of innovative training technologies and methodologies that help to improve the competitiveness of the hotel sector at European level, thanks to direct contact with ITH (innovation center for hotel sector) and HOTREC (European umbrella of accommodation and hospitality sector).


Visit the CEHAT website

VIMOSZ – Hungary

The Hungarian Hospitality Employers’ Association is the “voice” of the hospitality sector employers in Hungary, its main objective is to represent employers’ interests towards decision- and policymakers. The association is conducting continuous dialogue with the competent ministries in order to enhance the competitiveness of the Hospitality sector.


VIMOSZ is an umbrella organization of the Hungarian hospitality sector (it represents the employers’ of 140.000 employees). VIMOSZ gives the employer side of the Hungarian Sectoral Social Dialogue and is the signatory of the extended Sectoral Collective Agreement.


The organization is member of FoodServiceEurope (contract catering) and is actively participating in European Sectoral Social Dialogue in two committees (FoodServiceEurope – EFFAT and HOTREC – EFFAT). Their most active projects were the development of the Hygiene handbook (online training tool) and the Qualification and Skills Passport of the sector, later integrated into EURES.


VIMOSZ has also participated as consortium partner in the Sector Skills Alliances-Tourism and Catering Project. After the evaluation of skill needs, skill gaps, skill shortages and skill mismatches in the sector across Europe, a new curriculum/qualification – aimed to provide high level skills at EQF level 4 – was developed based on the actual needs of the tourism and catering industry.


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Breda University of Applied Sciences – the Netherlands

Breda University of Applied Sciences (hereinafter referred to as Breda UAS)  is a medium-sized, non-private institution for international higher education with four locations in Breda, about 7,700 students from more than 60 countries and almost 700 employees.

Breda UAS offers education, also for professionals, in the areas of:
Games & Media
Built Environment
Tourism & Leisure

Breda UAS is strongly internationally oriented and develops education and knowledge based on the three themes
• designing and managing experiences
• making places and shaping destinations
• people and goods on the move

In collaboration with the (international) work fields, Breda UAS educates students to become professionals in a globalizing work and knowledge environment. Breda UAS wants to inspire and challenge its employees and students to optimally develop their talents, to integrate knowledge and expertise and to apply them in a sustainable way in society.

Visit the Breda University of Applied Sciences website