Recently, a document focusing on the analysis of accessibility levels of tourism organisations has been released as part of the Erasmus+ Project ONAT4All in which ISTO is a partner.
The first result expected for the project ONATAll is to develop a self-assessment tool (SAT) for accessible tourism SMEs. As part of this, during the last months, the consortium of the project has been carrying out several tasks that had focused on developing the different levels of accessibility that the SAT will represent.
As a result, the document with the analysis of these accessibility levels is already available on the ONAT4All website. The document explains the foundations for defining the accessibility levels and the validation process with local stakeholders. Subsequently, the reader will find the methodology used, the definition of the accessibility levels and finally the assessment of accessibility for tourism actors.
For the moment, the document is available in English. It will soon be released in French, Spanish and Italian.
The next steps of the project will be to test the self-assessment tool and based on the feedback from the different stakeholders make the corresponding modifications before its official launch.