Already in March, the Graduate School of Hospitality and Wellbeing at the Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB), in Chaves, will launch a postgraduate course in Health and Wellbeing: Circular and Sustainable Water Design.
The training comes under the Blue Design Alliance project, under the Impulse Adults programme, funded by the Plan for Recovery and Resilience (PRR).
According to information from the foundation, this postgraduate course is part of a group of short courses “that can be taken separately, according to specific training needs felt by organizations and their staff through an offer adapted to the target audience”. It will work in a hybrid format, with an online component and a face-to-face component.
Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Bem-Estar started last October, with a degree in Physiotherapy and CTESP courses.
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