PICTE

AcronymDefinition
PICTEPrimary Image Capture Transformation Element
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El PICTE (2000-2006) incluia el turismo rural al menos en dos programas, "Calidad en destinos turisticos", con apoyo a los Planes de Dinamizacion Turistica dirigidos a la activacion economica y potenciacion de destinos turisticos emergentes (los rurales entre ellos), y "Calidad en productos turisticos" que mencionaba entre sus objetivos: 1).
Unlike the previous plans, developed in the context of a deterioration of tourism in Spain during the 80s and the early 90s, the PICTE is framed within a period of recovery of the Spanish touristic sector and continues with the efforts previously made in search of such an improvement.
Previous PICTE research has relied almost exclusively on manual analysis (Sanderson et al.
El Plan PICTE se articulaba en diez programas: Calidad en Destinos; Calidad en Productos; Calidad en Sectores; Formacion en Calidad; Innovacion y Desarrollo Tecnologico: Internacionalizacion de la Empresa Turistica; Cooperacion Internacional; Informacion Estadistica y Analisis Economico; Promocion y Apoyo a la Comercializacion.
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Los PDPT, encuadrados en el programa de Calidad de Destinos Turisticos del PICTE, se definen desde la Subdireccion General de Calidad e Innovacion Turistica como "herramientas de cofinanciacion de las estrategias turisticas" desarrolladas en cooperacion con las distintas administraciones publicas con el objetivo de colaborar con las entidades locales y mejorar sus ofertas turisticas.
This progress in education infrastructure goes hand in hand with the implementation of the project for Promoting Integration of Syrian Children into Turkish Education System (PICTES), which benefits 400,000 students.
Asterix's latest series 'Asterix chez les Pictes (Asterix and the Picts)', features malt whisky, bagpipes and the Loch Ness monster, which refer to the early Celts who inhabited ancient Scotland.
The implementation of the PICTES (Promoting Integration of Syrian Children into Turkish Education System) project, has seen almost 400,000 students participate in Turkish language teaching, 43,000 students received back-up training and 19,000 teachers and administrators trained under the project.