The activities foreseen in the project are comprised in the following intellectual outputs :


Skills Framework. It aims to lay the foundations on both the methodology and main contents of the following activities of the project.


Having this goal in mind, the project partners have defined geographical boundaries to develop this research and next project activities, and also to define the target group present in these areas, in order to gather their contributions and opinions about how fluvial tourism is being developed in these areas. 


Self Scan. This self-assessment tool will be available on this website and accessible to those agents interested in measuring their fluvial footprint. 


Users with low or average sustainability situations will be targeted to the training area of the web where they could download (or read on line) specific thematic training modules. Users with high levels of sustainability will be encourage to exchange experiences with the rest of the users.


Learning Content. A set of e-modules for sustainable fluvial tourism will be developed in this phase, taking into account the outputs of the Skills Framework report. 


The e-modules will aim to help target groups improve their footprint, thus they will be defined in accordance with the indicators included in the self scan and so will offer solutions and good practices which intend to improve the values obtained.


Guides and Policy briefs. A set of supporting manuals targeted to different stakeholders: EFF learner´s guide, EFF trainers guidelines, EFF sustainable tourism guidelines and EFF policy briefs. 


Although not comprised in intellectual outputs, there are other relevant activities under the project scope:


- Dissemination activities and tools.

- Project website.

- Quality control.

- Work with the target groups through project events and activities.

- Cooperation with other European projects