ADVENT stands for Adventure tourism in vocational education and training. ADVENT is a three year project which began in September 2017 where partners will develop and pilot innovative study modules, aimed at adventure tourism practitioners and employees, which will be available as open access resources at the end of the project. It involves developing cross-sectoral cooperation in vocational education and training of individuals already working in tourism, while at the same time adapting existing programs taught in schools, increasing their availability to adult practitioners and making them more suitable to professional needs.


Adventure on ice

Vatnajökull glacier becomes an outdoor classroom in the third piloting module of ADVENT

Third piloting module in Iceland

Ice adventure, Planning and skills module piloting - Iceland, January 2019

Local Knowledge

Participants from SMEs and students attended the second module in Finland

Second piloting module in Finland

Local Knowlege module piloting - Finland, November 2018

Therapeutic outdoor activity

Ten participants consisting of students, projects partners and SMEs, travelled to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands to take part in the first ADVENT module piloting at the beginning of October.

First module piloting in Scotland

Adventure Therapy module piloting – Scotland, October 2018