Tourismusfachschule SWAT, Beauftragung eines Tourismusexperten für Auswahl des Direktors

Contract partner: Oppitz Werner, Dr.Country: Pakistan Funding amount: € 2.500,00Project start: 10.01.2006End: 26.01.2006

Short Description:

Overall goal

Österreich hat mit Pakistan 1994 ein bilaterales Abkommen über die gemeinsame Errichtung einer Hotelfachschule geschlossen. Im bilateralen Abkommen wurde weiters festgehalten, daß Österreich auch den Lehrbetrieb der Schule in einer Anfangsphase unterstützen werde, dies beinhaltet die Teilnahme bei der Auswahl des Direktors von PAITHOM, sowie die Bezahlung seines Gehalts für die Dauer von nun noch 2 Jahren.

Im Rahmen dieses Projekts wird ein österreichischer Experte zur Teilnahme am Auswahlverfahren für den Direktor von PAITHOM entsandt. Der österreichische Tourismusexperte wird an den Auswahlgesprächen in Islamabad von 21. bis 24. Jänner 2006 teilnehmen.

project number1290-04/2005
source of fundingOEZA
sector Tourismus
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