first_imgIn 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.center_img 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.last_img read more

first_imgALTHOUGH Rahkeem Cornwall’s 10-wicket haul in a nine-wicket win for the West Indies over Afghanistan in Lucknow, India, is a great start, it is just one part of the game. The all-rounder wants to get his batting right for the regional side.Speaking after the game against Afghanistan where his 7-75 and 3-46 were instrumental in bringing the West Indies victory, Cornwall said while he was happy with his performance, he does want improvements with the bat.“Runs will come, hope to put in a good performance with the bat as well,” he said.Cricket West Indies (CWI) selectors came in for some criticism about picking Cornwall for the regional side despite his good performances in first-class cricket. Detractors questioned the burly all-rounder’s fitness.But Cornwall seems to have silenced those critics with some inspired spells of bowling, and has earned some new supporters, he is happy to have on board.“Everyone at home is full of joy. They are celebrating at home. Just want to say thanks for the support,” he said.Cornwall believes that his debut in a home series against India helped go a long way towards the performance that saw him destroy Afghanistan.“The India series was a good one. Pitches back home are similar, so the India series helped,” he said.While Cornwall has done well with the ball and even survived some acid tests over his fitness in the field, he has not done well with the bat just yet.The all-rounder wants to change that and believes it is only a matter of time before he shows what he can do with the willow for the West Indies. “Runs will come. (I) hope to put in a good performance with the bat as well.” (Sportsmax)last_img read more

first_imgShare SBC continues to grow media operation with SlotBeats addition January 31, 2020 SKS365 names Massimiliano Mura as new legal and compliance lead March 5, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon AgiproNews Italian View – Dignity Decree’s blanket ban shows no effectiveness February 14, 2020 Submit Share The ramifications of Italian police’s ‘Glassia’ anti-mafia investigation deepen as Dutch finance magnate Marcel Boekhoorn, founder of private equity fund Ramphastos Investments, is placed under investigation.Amsterdam-based Ramphastos sees itself implicated in Glassia, having acquired Austrian betting firm SKS365 Group the operating company of bookmaker Planetwin365, in 2016 for €160 million.Last week, the magistrate of Reggio Calabria confirmed that Boekhoorn and Ramphastos executives Diedrik Oost and Philip Van Wijngaarden had been charged of money laundering by ‘investing sums deriving from illegal activities’.Ramphastos accusations concern the PR firm’s purchase of an 80% stake in Italian casino games developer Talenta Labs undertaken for €2.4 million during 2017.Reggio Calabria’s magistrate has accused Boekhoorn and Ramphastos executives of knowingly investing in ‘Talenta Labs’ as a vehicle which would be used for money laundering activities.The acquisition of Talenta had been spearheaded by former SKS365 Chief Executive Paolo Tavarelli, who has been charged of helping Mafia gangs launder money through SKS365 properties.Ramphastos has denied “any wrongdoing, that has been perpetrated by its managers in the financial settlement of the acquisition of Talenta Labs”.“Ramphastos puts its trust in the Italian justice system and will cooperate with any possible investigation by the authorities. As a matter of policy, Ramphastos does not comment further on the ongoing legal proceeding” the Dutch PE fund stated.The PE executives are confident of being able to explain their investments to Italian Prosecutors, as media reports that a further 51 suspects have been ordered to present all corporate statements, briefs and documents attached to the anti-mafia investigation.Among the long list of individuals now at risk of facing trial in Reggio Calabria are also the former owners of Austrian bookmaker SKS365 and representatives from Malta-based OIA Services, which manages the Betaland brand.To date, police raids connected to the “Galassia” investigation have resulted in the confiscation of assets worth more than €1 billion and the arrest of more than 68 people accused of criminal conspiracy, money laundering, illegal betting and tax evasion.The investigation, led by the prosecutor offices of Reggio Calabria, Catania and Bari regions, has been branded as Italian Police’s largest ever AML probe with a combined annual turnover of around €4 billion._________________Content provided by AgiproNews Italialast_img read more