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More Than 50 Tourist Guides in Europe Now Have T-Guide Accreditation!

23/02/2020 | 0 comments

image of T-Guide training group, CreteT-Guide trainers and tourist guides at a training session in Crete. (Photo FEG).

More than 50 professional tourist guides in Europe have been accredited by FEG and ENAT as qualified "T-Guides", who are trained to guide persons with learning difficulties at heritage sites.

Since the course was launched in 2016, 55 tourist guides from 8 countries have received a certificate from the specialist Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme offered by FEG, the European Federation of Tourist Guide Associations and ENAT.

Cover image of Easy-Reading Museum Guide by T-Guide Smaro TouloupaCover of "Easy-Reading" Museum Guide prepared by T-Guide, Smaro Touloupa.

The T-Guide course aims to equip tourist guides with the knowledge, skills and competences to ensure a pleasant and rewarding experience for visitors who may not otherwise get the chance to visit museums and other heritage sites.

T-Guides are trained to guide visitors who may be neurodiverse, have early-stage dementia, learning diffocuties, Downs syndrome or other conditions that require some special attention.

Training includes an e-Learning course, self-study, two days of face-to-face instruction/workshops and a practical exercise - organising, carrying out and documenting a guided tour with a group of visitors, including persons in the target group(s) and their friends or carers.

For more information:

Visit the T-Guide website.

Find an accredited T-Guide for your next guided tour. 

Contact FEG Secretariat for further details about Continuing Professional Development courses for qualified tourist guides.


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General Information

Submitted by: Ivor Ambrose
Author(s): Ivor Ambrose, ENAT
Language(s): EN


Publisher: ENAT asbl.
Date published on the web: 23/02/2020


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