In order to provide EU funds for construction works of upgrading, reconstruction and equipping the locations of the Competence Center, in this case the Villa Čingrija and TUŠ complexes, the project will apply to the Public Call “Establishment of infrastructure of regional competence centers in vocational education to support the vocational reform process education and training ”. It is a limited type of tender funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Namely, in June 2018, the City of Dubrovnik expressed its interest and will to enable the use of the fenced Villa Čingrija complex to the School of Tourism and Catering, if it is appointed a Regional Center of Competence. The space of the Villa Čingrija complex, in accordance with earlier announcements, will be open to the general public with facilities such as catering. Three contracts regulating the future of Villa Čingrija as a Regional Competence Center for Tourism and Catering were signed on Thursday in the Ranjina Palace between the City of Dubrovnik, the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and the Dubrovnik School of Tourism and Catering. Mayor Mato Franković, Prefect Nikola Dobroslavić and TUŠ Director Antun Perušina “By declaring the Center of Competence, our school undertakes the obligation to take care of the education of staff throughout the county. We will be guided by the ‘slow food’ philosophy and we will try to offer indigenous products and thus through the school to achieve a philosophy that should help further the development of our region”, Said the director of Perušina. Prefect Nikola Dobroslavić indicated that the project is worth 105 million kuna and consists of two parts; arranging the space of Villa Čingrija in a smaller part of the School of Tourism and Hospitality, while the second part refers to the programs that will be implemented, which includes foreign experts. The City of Dubrovnik and the Dubrovnik-Neretva County signed a lease agreement for the Villa Čingrija complex for a period of 10 years, while the County subleased it to the Dubrovnik School of Tourism and Hospitality, also for a period of 10 years, with the aim of establishing a future Regional Center. The application and implementation of the project for the establishment of a Regional Center of Competence in Vocational Education, subsector Tourism and Hospitality, is regulated by the “Agreement on Business Cooperation” between the three partners, also concluded today. Source / photo: City of Dubrovnik; Facebook: doris.jel The decision to conclude a lease agreement for the Villa Čingrija complex with the Dubrovnik-Neretva County for a period of 10 years was adopted at the 24th session of the City Council, held on Monday, September 23. Mayor Mato Franković pointed out that the Dubrovnik School of Tourism and Hospitality is doing an excellent job in educating staff in tourism. “Upgrading and continuing education are needed to raise the level of service provided in the city area. I am convinced that this will be realized through this project, which will have a public and educational character. After the Center on Čingrija comes to life, I am sure that Dubrovnik will get another Michelin-starred restaurant”, He emphasized, adding that the joint cooperation will raise the quality of the tourist staff. Dubrovnik-Neretva County, as the founder of vocational education institutions, and in cooperation with the Regional Development Agency DUNEA, the School of Tourism and Hospitality and the City of Dubrovnik, nominated TUŠ as a future regional center of competence at the Public Invitation of the Ministry of Science and Education. by decision of the Ministry.
The Republic of Ireland international completed a deal in excess of £1million when he moved to the Latics from Sunderland on Thursday. McClean is in contention to face Manchester United in Sunday’s Community Shield at Wembley, having opted to drop into the Championship after discovering he had little future on Wearside under Paolo Di Canio. Press Association Owen Coyle has revealed new-boy James McClean took a pay cut to join Wigan. “He took a drop in salary to come, such was his desire to play football,” said Coyle. “That was fantastic to see in a young man. All too often in football, finance is the motivation for some players. “It is great to have someone at your football club who is prepared to take a step back because he believes it will eventually lead to making two forward.” McClean does not arrive at the DW Stadium with an unblemished record though. Born in Derry and raised on the Creggan estate on which six people were killed by the British military during Bloody Sunday in 1972, McClean attracted a storm of criticism for refusing to wear a poppy on his shirt during last season’s annual Remembrance weekend commemorations. In addition, McClean condemned Republic of Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni on Twitter, leading to a rebuke from the Italian, whilst he was also reprimanded for his behaviour by former Sunderland boss Martin O’Neill on more than one occasion. McClean has since insisted he has learned his lessons. “We have all done silly things as young men,” said Coyle. “The bottom line is, having had a chat with him, I know he is focused and just wants to concentrate on his football. “If we get James McClean doing that, there is no doubt he is a huge talent. “He took the Premier League by storm with his wing play; not only his quality on the ball but how hard he works off the ball for his team. “He is a Republic of Ireland international. He has won 14 caps at a young age. There is no doubt he can go from strength to strength.”
LOS ANGELES — Ike Iroegbu had just returned from a 90-minute workout when he got the call Friday morning. He was relaxing at home, having a bite to eat and watching a replay of the Clippers’ victory Thursday night over the Sacramento Kings. His agent was on the phone.“How fast can you get to the airport?” his agent asked.“About 45 minutes,” Iroegbu answered.Iroegbu’s mother gave him a ride to Sacramento International Airport. Instead of stashing players with other NBA team’s developmental clubs, as in the past, the Clippers could have players like Iroegbu, Jawun Evans, Marshall Plumlee, Tyrone Wallace, C.J. Williams and Jamil Wilson playing in Ontario.In addition to Iroegbu, the Clippers also waived Plumlee and Wallace, but they’re also expected to sign with Ontario. The Clippers also converted the contract of Williams to a two-way deal, which means they expect him to spend time with the NBA team and the G-League club.“Just keep working,” Rivers said of what he expected from the Clippers’ young players throughout the preseason. “They’re either going to be with us or our G-League team. So, they’re safe. It’s awesome (to have the G-League team). I just think it’s awesome.” Wearing a No. 19 jersey that formerly belonged to LaDontae Henton, who was cut earlier in the week, one without a name on the back, Iroegbu scored seven points on 3-for-9 shooting and grabbed five rebounds in 17 minutes in the Clippers’ 111-104 loss to the Lakers.“Everyone was really cool, from Blake (Griffin) to D.J. (DeAndre Jordan), Lou Williams and Pat (Beverley),” Iroegbu said. “They’re really cool guys and I just felt really comfortable. Coach Doc said, ‘Just play hard and go out there and play basketball.’”The Clippers waived Iroegbu on Saturday, but it’s expected that he will sign with their G-League team in Ontario before its season-opening game Nov. 3 against the Santa Cruz Warriors. The Clippers liked Iroegbu because he was a tenacious guard while at Washington State.They’ve dedicated themselves during this past offseason to adding players who don’t mind hitting the floor in search of a loose ball, and they believe Iroegbu is a perfect fit for the organization. He’s another player with a chip on his shoulder. The Clippers wanted the former Washington State guard in Los Angeles as fast as he could get there. They needed an extra body for Friday’s game against the Lakers at Staples Center. They wanted to sign him and ticket him for Ontario, home of their new developmental league team.Iroegbu’s scheduled flight from Sacramento to Burbank was delayed, so he talked his way onto an earlier-departing flight to LAX. Dee Brown, the Clippers’ director of player programs, met him and prepped him with a few videos on the drive from the airport.Iroegbu’s whirlwind day was only beginning.Once at Staples Center, he got a short set of instructions from Clippers coach Doc Rivers.“I told him, ‘Shoot it every time,’ ” Rivers later told reporters of their pregame introduction. “Make something happen. Don’t worry about plays. Just be aggressive. That’s what he was. It was a tough situation for him, but he actually played pretty well.” G-LEAGUE AFFILIATEThe Clippers finally have a developmental league team of their own this season. Brown will serve as general manger and Casey Hill will coach the team, which will call Citizens Business Bank Arena its home. The squad will be comprised of several players who were with the Clippers in camp. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error