Erasmus 300


The purpose of the Greenskills4vet project, funded as part of the Erasmus+ strategic partnerships programme and coordinated by the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück, Germany, is to develop teaching tools in order to improve vocational training programmes in sustainable development.

Céreq is involved in the partnership set up for this purpose with research or training organisations in four other countries, namely, Germany, Austria, Greece and Bulgaria.


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  • Greenskills4vet project meeting, Thessaloniki, 24 and 25 October 2017


Transnational Meeting n°3



  • Greenskills4vet project meeting, Marseille, 24 and 26 April 2017


From 24 to 26 April 2017, the European partners in the Greenskills4VET project met in Marseille for the project’s second transnational seminar. This second seminar saw the presentation of different theoretical approaches to the notion of education in sustainable development. The School of Pedagogical and Technological Education introduced the German Curriculum Framework in Education for Sustainable Development and outlined  a specimen curriculum for healthcare occupations based on this reference framework. This outline was further clarified and put into broader perspective by juxtaposition with various European and national certification frameworks. In the second part of the seminar, work groups were set up in order to define precisely the modalities of curriculum construction and the levels of certification on which the partners are going to work in the next stage of the project, as well as the occupations on which the project is focused (healthcare, transport and logistics). Another session, finally, was given over to communications, IT tools and a plan for dissemination of the project’s findings.


  • Greenskills4vet project meeting, University of Osnabrück, 7 and 8 November 2016

The researchers from the 5 partner countries met on 7 and 8 November 2016 at the University of Osnabrückfor the first phase of the GreenSkills4VET project. The team worked on teaching materials for VETin the fields of transport/logistics and health care and on Open educational resources for use in vocational education for sustainable development.

The programme included a visit at the Company Hellmann Worldwide in order to gain insight of the concepts related to the sustainable development of the company and to obtain an overview of the growing "digitalisation" in daily routine.


Transnational Meeting n°1

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Contacts (Céreq): Matteo Sgarzi , Félicie Drouilleau, Marion Massi

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Start date: 1 October 2016

Finish date: January 2019

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