The project is organised in 10 work packages, one of each for preparation, quality, management, dissemination and exploitation, and 5 for development. Tasks are evenly distributed among partners, considering their respective expertise and capacity. Most of the partners are leading a WP to share responsibilities and commitments. To foster equity, balance, and partner ownership, 5 WP are leaded by EU partners and 5 by partner countries. Universities are the partners with higher staff days allocation, particularly in development WP, while companies, NGO and administrative bodies will have an important load in definition of needs, dissemination, and in enhancing impact and sustainability to the project. Very relevant in the participation of associated partners, such as the National Centre for Professional Education Quality, Ministry of Economy, and the Union of Architects of Armenia, they will support in quality assurance, social needs and dissemination activities. Additionally, the applicant has available support letters, upon request, from the following institutions:

-National Tourism Agency of Armenia

-National Competitiveness Foundation of Armenia

-Ministry of Culture of Armenia

-Armenian Apostolic Church (owner of most CH monuments)

-Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia

-Incoming Tourism Association of Georgia.

UPV will lead management tasks and quality control of the project. All EU partners will develop training courses and participate in main events in partner countries. There will be participation of partner country universities in the preparation and teaching of some courses and workshops. Most of the activities and events will take place and be organised by partner countries, to foster open participation of social stakeholders.

Resources are carefully allocated to reduce costs and increase efficiency in each activity and task, and to promote the collaboration and knowledge transfer among partners, specially considering the interdisciplinarity of the project.

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