1 Zugänglichkeit und Inklusion Tourismus für Alle und Sprachenlernen für Alle Access and Inclusion Tourism for All and Language Learning for All
2 Access and Inclusion ATP4SME Accessible Tourism Promoter for SMEs Speaker: Peter Krause & Thomas Deharde ALL4WELL Accessible Language Learning for the Wellness Sector Speaker: Antonio Quatraro MOLLVIS Mobile Language Learning for Visually Impaired Students Speaker: Thomas Deharde
3 ATP4SME Challenges 1 Comprehensive awareness raising of stakeholders and service providers for accessibility not as a niche product but as a multiplier and cross-cutting theme
4 ATP4SME Challenges 2 Design of complete service chains: booking, travel, accommodation, stay, departure, follow-up care, and associated networking provide a full travel service
5 ATP4SME Challenges 3 Expansion of services and offers not only for individual segments of impairments (Only for wheelchair, Only for the blind, Only for learning disabilities) into comprehensive services for ALL which can also benefit people without limitations
6 ATP4SME Needs 1 Awareness of the need for accessibility not only for "disabled persons", but for other people with barriers in their daily lives: families with prams, elderly, children, people with temporary illness
7 ATP4SME Needs 2 Perception also of "invisible" restrictions: allergies, food intolerance as an important segment, mandatory labeling of allergens in restaurants
8 ATP4SME Needs 3 Development and promotion of barrier-free planning of infrastructure and construction measures right from the beginning
9 ATP4SME Needs 4 Implementation of consistent standards at state and national level: survey criteria, quality seals, labels
10 ATP4SME A Solution Development of a training as accessibility promoter in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) n the tourism sector 5-day training course Development of curriculum and learning materials Test run of the course with SMEs in all partner countries
11 ATP4SME Role of the promoter The ATP is an employee of a tourism enterprise, not an outside consultant Awareness-raising for accessibility issues Opening new business fields In the long run, the creation of an accessible enterprise, and thus creating a company culture open for accessibility issues Initiating an accessible service chain
12 ATP4SME Methods 5-day training, not necessarily in one piece Accompanied realisation or put into practice phase External tutor supports the promoter in developing an accessibility strategy and gives feedback on progess, achievements or setbacks Regarding accessibility as a business opportunity
13 ATP4SME Partners 6 Partners from 4 countries 3 Tourist organisations 1 Chamber of commerce 1 University 1 Social service provider
14 ATP4SME Transfer Accessibilty and Inclusion in tourism does not only concern guests. We are also talking about employees.
15 ALL4WELL Social inclusion, a challenge for Europe: Accessible language Learning and job opportunities The case of visually impaired persons
16 ALL4WELL The Framework Sight first World Health Organization classifies blindness as the heaviest invalidating disease. Sight & concept building We know what we see. 80% of our concepts / knowledges are based on visual information. The world is richer than we imagine.
17 ALL4WELL The Framework Natural compensation process what we call reality depends on some "mental spectacles" through which we perceive what is around us. Using the right spectacles We know what we see. 80% of our concepts / knowledges are based on visual information.
18 ALL4WELL Language Language can help us Clear language generates clear ideas, and clear ideas produce coherent behaviours. Terminology Language is the echo of thoughts.
19 ALL4WELL Technology Limits / borders For the first time in the human history we can experiment very fast evolution of technology. What was a wall 20 years ago is now a border.
20 ALL4WELL Tools/Goals Goals and Tools Hauy s problem was how to give a blind person the possibility to read common alphabet, using his sense of touch. Tools and Goals. Braille put the problem in different terms: how can I offer the possibility to read directly the contents of written information?
21 ALL4WELL Differences Nouns and adjectives Substance and attributes. Observation point makes the difference When we need to define a person lacking of something, we can use two starting points: a= starting from what is missing (deficit) - the classical perspective; b= starting from what is functioning (ICF perspective)
22 ALL4WELL ICF ICF focused on clinical perspective. It can be applied also to social / pedagogical domain, with due adjustments. Deficit versus handicap in ICF deficit = lack of something present in an average member of a given population; handicap is the result of a specific relationship between an individual and his / her environment.
23 ALL4WELL Environment 1 Physical factors Surrounding can have disorienting effect for VI people Communication Gestures, directions, redundant information for VI people. Attitude Relationship messages, which are normally only implicit, convey role attributions, expectations and mental attitudes.
24 ALL4WELL Environment 2 Technology Too often technology, far from promoting inclusion, turns to increase the digital divide. Organization Productivity is based on effective organization. In order to employ blind persons, work organization has been appropriately modified, specific training courses and special equipment has been realized.
25 ALL4WELL Concepts and attitudes German SAP 650 young people with autism within Terminology: - blind - visually impaired person - differently abled - person with disability
26 ALL4WELL Concepts and attitudes Charity model Exclusion model Empowerment model
27 ALL4WELL Education Education for everybody French illuminism developed the idea that every human individual deserved to receive an education, including orphans, poor, and disabled persons. Education to lead out, to bring out - hidden resources Inclusion requires and promotes innovation For this we need long sighted perspectives and problem solving skills.
28 ALL4WELL Contradictions Cooperation versus competition Holistic / specialistic Stability versus innovation
29 ALL4WELL Inclusion Inclusion is the synthesis between separation and specialisation systematic interaction between different cultures / abilities, aiming at common goals with mutual advantage. Differences turn to be stimuli for innovation: Our projects
30 ALL4WELL The Approach Language opens our minds International mobility is predictably growing very fast. Practising integration as a work methodology Good solutions come from shared problems and opportunities
31 ALL4WELL The Project The profession of masseur, or rather the art of masseur, is still very suitable for people with vision impairment, being based on tactile contact and on verbal communication. Growing interest for care-giving and wellness sectors. Wellness and health care plays a significant role in the tourist sector.
32 ALL4WELL The Project Better communication skills improves job opportunities. This is true for everybody, but especially for VI persons, who have less job opportunities than their sighted peers. Need for effective training resources. Due to introduction of inclusive didactic settings, there is a significant need to find effective training opportunities not too far away from one s living place.
33 ALL4WELL The Project Lack of specific learning material. Closing the gap. Our consortium s goal is the production of accessible material for language learning for Visually Impaired Students and for VI persons, in inclusive didactic settings. Structure of our consortium Experts from associations of VI persons; teachers in normal language schools; IT experts
34 ALL4WELL The Partners Structure of our consortium Experts from associations of VI persons; teachers in normal language schools; IT experts
35 ALL4WELL Results Based on the results of the projects ELLVIS and VET4VIP, the new project ALL4WELL (Accessible Language Learning for the Wellness Sector) will provide a job-oriented English course that will meet the needs of visually impaired masseurs and wellness professionals.
36 ALL4WELL Impact Innovative course for different platforms. Providing motivation to learn Exploitation and Dissemination Language Learning = bridge For a visually impaired (vi) person language learning is the main road towards effective communication, social inclusion and job opportunity.
37 ALL4WELL Transfer Catching a good train! German economy is in a growing phase, and German tourists are still world-wide leaders in travelling abroad. Consequently, job opportunities in all fields based on verbal communication in German are a crucial factor in view of implementing social integration and job opportunities for vi people in Europe.
38 ALL4WELL New Perspectives IT opens new perspectives Mobile apps are intuitive and attractive. In this context, mobile devices like smartphones and tablet computers can offer new ways of language learning. These devices are not only attractive to younger people (and could thus encourage language learning), they also offer accessibility features for vi people.
39 Mollvis New Perspectives IT opens new perspectives Mobile apps are intuitive and attractive. In this context, mobile devices like smartphones and tablet computers can offer new ways of language learning. These devices are not only attractive to younger people (and could thus encourage language learning), they also offer accessibility features for vi people.
40 Mollvis The Basics Based on the European projects ALLVIP, ELLVIS and VET4VIP Innovative user interface designed for blind and visually impaired people using force-feedback joysticks.
41 Mollvis The Next Step Mobile touch-screen devices like smartphones or tablets are more and more used by blind and vi users The operating systems, especially on Apple devices, less on Android, less on Windows, are fairly accessible. However, this is not true for third party apps. The logical step: transfer of the ALLVIP technology and concept to the touch-screen
42 Mollvis The Partnership 4 institutions for vi people 4 language centres 1 university 1 software developer 1 social services provider
43 Mollvis The Goals Transfer of the ALLVIP German course (A1) Creation of a job-orientated hospitality module Preparing the course for English, Romanian, Italian, Dutch and Turkish speaking learners Creation of accessible language learning apps on Apple, Android and Windows 8 touch-screen devices. Opening the software for sighted learners.
44 Mollvis Inclusion Why include sighted learners? Focus on listening, comprehension, speaking and pronounciation is a change of method No distraction by images or text User interface still is a challenge
45 Zugänglichkeit und Inklusion Tourismus für Alle und Sprachenlernen für Alle Access and Inclusion Tourism for All and Language Learning for All
46 Vielen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit Thank you very much for your attention
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