Projects

BROCHURE - GUIDE OF BEST PRACTICES

Partners of the project  developed a Guide on Good Practices and application of the strategy for recognition and accreditation of non-formal and informal learning for low/medium skilled workers in the energy sector.

The main goal of publishing the Guide is to exchange experiences between the social partners, training centers, companies and public administrations, about good practices of recognition of non-formal and informal learning in the renewableenergy sector in each participating country, identifying a strategy that takes into account the proposals made by the EU (EQF, Europass, ECVET).

ABOUT THE PROJECT

The scope of “green jobs” has created a strong industrial structure, which has employed a considerable amount of workers in the last years and whose expectations for employability are rather optimistic.

B-PLAN 2°ROUND

SPEHA FRESIA IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:

APMI, CONF-COMMERCIO, SVILUPPUMBRIA, PEOPLE, UNI NITRA, PROCESY INWESTYCYJNE, AESD

B-PLAN 2°ROUND

Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation Project

CODE PROJECT: 2012-1-IT-LEO05-02826

CODE CUP: G92F12000160006

WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

Italian National Agency

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This publication reflects the view only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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The Leonardo da Vinci Programme is a part of the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme in the field of vocational education and training. It runs from 1 January 2007 to 31 December 2013.

The programme aims to facilitate employee mobility within the EU labour market, and foster implementation of innovative training solutions to improve professional qualifications. Under the programme, graduates and employees gain new experience during placements and exchanges and improve their skills in line with modern standards. Great importance is also attached to building openness and intercultural sensitivity, language learning and development of adaptation skills enabling adjustment to living and working environments in different European countries.