On the 2nd July, CEIPES organised the final Multiplier event in Palermo to disseminate the Green Skills project results.

Green skills at vocational Education project is carried out by 5 partners: CEIPES – International Centre for the Promotion of Education and Development (Italy), CETEM – Technological Research Centre of Wood and Furniture of Murcia Region (Spain), LDT – Landward research (UK), Institutul Postliceal Phoenix Asociatie (Romania) and Adana Provincial Directorate of Labour and Work Agency (Turkey), and it is funded by the European Commission within Erasmus+ programme, Key Action 2 (Strategic Partnership for Innovation and Exchange of good practices).

The aim of the project is to produce recommendations for renewing the professional curricula of two specific categories: construction and electrical operators. These recommendations should be formulated having as a key point the issues of environmental respect and climate change.

In particular, the goal of the project is to make the involved target groups aware of their choices and to contribute to the European 2020 Strategy for sustainable development.

At the event a lot of people took part in it. Especially: teachers and students of VET sector, local and national Policy makers, NGO and companies involved in the electric and construction sector.

The event agenda was full of activities. At the beginning, the Ceipes’ project managers explained the main aspects of the Green Skills project, the experience of the partners involved in it and the activities developed during the implementation phase. A great importance has been given to the analysis and survey tools used and to the results of the project disseminated both digitally and in paper form.

To download the project results click on the following link: http://www.greenskills.ceipes.org/publications/

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