Communication Management in Tourism Project Approved By European Commission

I am proud to announce that the project Communication Management in Tourism has been approved by European Commission. This project is held by Travel Hospitality Events Management srl in partnership with International Institute of Applied Psychology and Human Sciences and involves organisation from three countries: Italy, Romania and Cyprus.

The goal of this EU project is to promote tourism at international level with special attention to people with disability. During the project’s lifetime, many resources will be released, including manuals, courses, video-courses and research

Clic here to access the official project’s website

 

Equilibrium by non violence project approved by European Commission

I am very proud to announce that the International Institute of Applied Psychology and Human Sciences is partner of new Project Erasmus+ approved by European Commission. The name of this project, led by Zivac Group Central is  “Equilibrium by non violence”

Its goal is to promote in schools the culture of violence prevention through several tools: questionnaires, courses, chat-bot, manuals.

The partnership is composed by organisations of three EU countries: Italy Romania and Cyprus.

You can find all details on the official project’s website (clic here)

A partnership for change: reducing work-related stress and violent emotions

IIAPHS is implementing the project “A partnership for change: reducing work-related stress and violent emotions”, based on contract no. 2017-1-RO01-KA202-037420.

The project is funded through the Erasmus + 2017 Program Strategic Partnership in Vocational and Educational Training which provides opportunities for the staff to participate in professional training and gain experience at European level, to enable development of new professional skills.

The main results to which IIAPHS will contribute are:

a) increasing the quality and relevance of the exchange experience at European level;

b) developing innovative approaches and promoting the exchange of good practices and their dissemination;

c) improving the staff competences in providing care services for staff working with people in difficult life situations.

Partners in the project are: Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs/Center for Psychosociology, Romanian Border Police, Rahova Penitentiary, Trondheim Municipality and Phoenix Haga from Norway, University of Salamanca Spain, Rivensco Consulting ltd. from the Republic of Cyprus and Zivac Grup Central srl in Romania.

Within this project, the following activities are planned to be carried out: Study on the specific needs related to anger management and stress; Manual for Anger, Violence and Stress Management; Online Resources on Anger, Violence and Stress Management; Miniguide on Anger, Violence and Stress Management; Training to optimize the use of the Projectʼs results.

 

A partnership for change: reducing work related anger and violent emotions

IIAPHS proudly announce that the European Project Erasmus+ KA2 “A partnership for change: reducting work related anger and violent emotions” has been approved by European Commission. This project is led by the Ministry of Internal Affairs – Romania, in cooperation with ZIVAC Group Central (Romania), Rivensco Consulting (Cyprus), General Inspectorate of Border Police (Romania), Salamanca University (Spain), Phoenix Haga (Norway), Trondheim Municipality (Norway), Rahova Penitentiary (Romania)