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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.


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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.


  • Greenskills4vet project meeting, Linz, May 2018

Transnational Meeting n°4

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For their fourth and last transnational meeting, the Greenskills4VET partners met at the BFI vocational training institute (Berufsförderungsinstitut) in Linz, Austria, at the end of May (28th-30th May). This seminar dealt with the final phase of the Greenskills4VET project.

 During the first part of the meeting, the European partners presented their current and future plans for dissemination using a variety of media and other instruments, including publications, publicity campaigns, conferences, press releases and social media. All the partners presented the content of their Open Educational Resources (OER) while the Greek, German and Bulgarian partners (German-Hellenic Chamber of Industry and Commerce, ASPETE and WETCO) discussed in detail the pedagogical and methodological supports developed for users of their OERs online in their respective countries and targeted industries. The partners agreed on the choice of a creative common attribution share-alike (CC BY SA) licence in order to facilitate the sharing and dissemination of the OERs developed for health care and transport and logistics workers.

 The second part of the meeting dealt with the modalities and limitations of translating these educational resources into different languages (in the light, for example, of the regulatory differences between member states and questions about the relevance of the examples used in each OER). The ASPETE partners presented their OERs, giving further details to their European partners about the practical use of WebQuests in education in sustainable development before all the partners exchanged views on the supplementary information needed to use the OERs and to evaluate learners’ skills (narrative for teachers, lessons learned, content, methods, material, duration) but also to improve them (feedback from silent partners and students).


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