Green Quest has left the kitchen, our project partner from Łódź, Poland has released the Green Quest serious game out of their software and web development kitchens.

The game is one of the outputs of the Green Guest project. It’s been tested, feedbacked, proofread etc etc. Ready.

It’s now ready to jump into the hospitality, hotel and restaurant classrooms all over the Europe and wider world.

Meet Marco, the hero.

Learn about sustainability and being a future green professional with him!

PLAY HERE: Green Quest serious game



Green Challenge in Lido di Jesolo

Students from Estonia, France and Italy had a week-long training at Lido di Jesolo, Italy that culminated with a Green Challenge cooking contest.

The event took part on 13-17 May 2019.

Monday: getting to know each other. Making teams.
Monday: Visiting Hotel Termini, Lido di Jesolo. Discussing sustainability. “If you waste energy, you waste money,” said Giovanni, the young hotel owner, to the students.
Tuesday morning: building websites at computer lab to showcase and share experience. Giuseppe, an Italian student with Guillaume, French team mentor/teacher.
Energy gained: screen showing the solar energy created at the roofs of Hotel Imperia, the only eco-labeled hotel at Lido di Jesolo.
Wednesday: Salomé speaks about her tourist farm and wine making to project group and students.
Thursday: meet the basket. The ingredients for the Green Challenge cooking contest.
Thursday: students were preparing their cooking contest meals and shooting videos.
Thursday: working with the websites and videos. The hosting organizers, Michela and Roberta, give last instructions for Green Challenge starting next morning.
Friday: The Big Day. Team 4 with their gray aprons before the entering to the kitchen. First left: mentor Emmanuel “Manu” Wille, representing Estonia.
Heat is on: Team 1 (Red aprons) preparing their dishes.
The jury: looking, smelling and tasting the food at the restaurant of the IPSEOA Elena Cornaro restaurant.
Meet the winning dish: asparagus, from tip to tail, by Team 4.
Lunch buffet: everybody could taste the Green Contest food served by the IPSEOA Elena Cornaro students.
Final ceremony: group pictures with the citizens of Europe.
Multiplier event: explaining the project outcomes to the future professionals and current stakeholders.
Awards: Team 3, second place, on the podium.
And the winner is.. : Team 4 on the podium.
Thank you, AJA and Associazione N.E.T. for organizing this great and informative event and IPSEOA Elena Cornaro for hosting. Hope to see you next time!

The full gallery of the week can be found here. To download hi-res pictures:

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GreenGuest showcased in France

Over 500 visitors were welcomed by “Les Petits Plats Dans Les Grands” and its president Thierry Lhuillery, at the “forum des métiers de l’hôtellerie restauration” in Hérouville st Clair on March,19th. In partnership with the French employment agency, Pôle emploi, over 200 jobs were offered to the participants of the Job Fair by 30 businesses.

Twenty organisations held  a specific stall to display a wide range of offers to support the hospitality industry, including the great variety of the regional Vocational and Ecucational Training offer from the private and public sectors.

GIPFCIP Normandy together with LPPDLG held a very successful stall where Green Guest and Rock the Greens Hub, our Erasmus plus projects were showcased by Fabrice Darrigrand from GIPFCIP. The cartoon video clip “Why does hospitality go green?” by Green Guest partners, created by the Polish company, was also displayed and raised the interest of the many visitors. A very efficient advertisement campaign had been launched through the internet and social media among which remarkable video clip teasers  by Morgane Moutafis from  LPPDLG, promoting Green Guest and Rock the greens hub approaches.   A lot of visitors had a go at the GREEN QUEST and training organisations expressed their strong wish to use it in their training courses. It confirms the very keen interest of the Estonian, Italian, French learners who recently experimented it in their own pathways with several vocational hospitality high schools.

The next step is the implementation of the Green Challenge in Italy where teams of European learners will compete in the creation of sustainable menus; the Estonian, Italian and French learners will be welcomed next May by NET and  AjA the businesses’ association of Jesolo hospitality entreprises.