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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2022-1-ES01-KA210-VET-000084760
    Funder Contribution: 60,000 EUR

    << Objectives >>The main objective is to identify good practices and technologies related to rural activities, in order to raise awareness on sustainable management in agriculture, livestock and forestry activities, so that through an adequate use of natural resources, sustainable rural tourism is promoted, social, economic and environmental benefits are obtained to improve the infrastructure of services, stop depopulation and adaptation to climate change of the rural activities.<< Implementation >>Kick-off meeting. Assessment of the state of the artWorkshops:• Analysis of the environment of key aspects of rural economic activities, which develop rural tourism initiatives and potential.• Analysis of successful initiatives (also Digital) in rural tourism, identification of training needs and potential KA2 with future Intellectual outputs.Guide to good practices and results.Communication and dissemination.Share experiences and training to new organizations in the management of Erasmus+<< Results >>The main result of the project will be the identification of good practices of sustainable rural tourism related to agriculture, extensive livestock farming and other natural values, analysing the degree of existing digitalisation and the characterisation of the demand and supply of rural tourism, It will allow the identification of scenarios and will subsequently contribute to the design of proposals, initiatives and/or technological tools for their implementation in this field.

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2022-2-IT02-KA210-ADU-000098303
    Funder Contribution: 60,000 EUR

    << Objectives >>Ruralism4EU - “Enabling rural renaissance through Green and Digital transitions” is a small-scale initiative whose objective is to collect intelligence at EU level to support organizations working on rural development topics to offer better services for the rural communities they serve and build a momentum for the renaissance of EU rural areas by exchanging and capitalizing on the information gathered, but also on the experiences of project partners to build their capacities.<< Implementation >>1. Collection of best practices/case studies and stakeholders engagement to collect a series of case studies linked to rural revitalization, safeguarding and transferring traditional knowledge and “green” agricultural practices, digitalization for rural workers and population, to be shared and analyzed by project partners and external stakeholders.2. Two Exchange of Knowledge meetings where the results of the research will be presented and discussed among partners.<< Results >>A collection of case studies and best practices (approx 20) that promote the development of rural areas in the context of green and digital transitions and that have a high transferability potential;About 20 external stakeholders involved that can share their initiatives, as well as their needs and challenges in relation to the objectives of the research undertook by the partnershipTwo in-person exchange of knowledge meetings.

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2017-1-DE02-KA202-004266
    Funder Contribution: 139,400 EUR

    The use of synergetic effects in vocational education and training is the main target of this Project. We work in the field of Agriculture, horticulture, nutrition and traditional craft techniques. The aim is to find common standards for the Vocational qualifications of professions with similarities. A benefit for the participants is to experience the various territorial, cultural, economic and ethnic structures in the rural regions of the partner countries. The different practical & theoretical experiences in vocational education and training, the other approach, with the same objective, supports European professional profiles and degrees. We use the ECVET system. The partners have 20-year of experience in mobility of vocational training and use this experience for the project. We all work in rural areas. The aim of the project is to create harmonized modules for the vocational training in a European context. We will make the results measurable. The participants in the project will survey options for the, vocational education and training in the green professions, the food processing and traditional crafts. The training will be made visible and sustainable. To this end, training modules are being created with practical use in the training for old handicraft techniques, sustainable agriculture, horticulture and nutrition. It especially supports small companies and Farmers. Applications for a Training in similar professions in rural areas are developed. We will develop training materials and e-learning modules for agricultural and craft technics. The participants on the learning activities are trained intensively about the country’s and their cultural peculiarities. Also, the development of the language skills is an imported element of the Participants. Learning Outcomes are listed as per the ECVET model and are acheivable and measurable The participants come from 6 European countries & are working in the vocational training of their region. They are qualified trainers & have their own practical experience in their professions. They will extend their educational horizons by the mobility and ensure that the experiences and results will be used in the vocational education and training of their Country. Vocational teachers, trainers and specialists are involved in the preparation, implementation and evaluation for the project. activities - Demonstration in working farms in Kato Drys, Santa Olalla, Rimet, Lisov Slovakia & in Cross Lanes. Presentation of vocational training with its characteristics, structures and economic possibilities. - Practical implementation of sustainable, ecological production & introduction into vocational training. - Explanation and practical demonstration of the use of indigenous food and natural resources - Adding value to the products & distribution with the goal of profitable marketing. - Ensuring and building community initiatives to strengthen the rural economy. - Training and modernization of old craftsmanship. In the rural regions of Slovakia, Spain, Romania, Great Britain, Cyprus & Germany, the participants learn about the special features of the territorial, traditional & contentual educational structures. In workshops, demonstrations and practical exercises the content, methods & goal of the vocational training are explained. The Content and methodical differences in education and the knowledge transfer are elaborated in the courses and possibilities for introduction into the existing in-country training are worked out. The exchange of knowledge and training methods is the focus. The project is designed to extend & complete theoretical & practical knowledge in vocational education and training. Learning modules accredited with ECVET points are developed. In the participating countries forums, exhibitions and publications, there will be organized actions and there is publication in different media. In the WEB blog of the project, the results are published & the partners exchange experiences between the institutions. The results of the project contribute to the standardization of professional training. The synergies of Forestry, Farming, horticulture, food processing, and traditional crafts help to standardize training methods. The target to achieve comparable training in a high-quality which is practically applicable in vocational training will be reached.The methodology & approach is result-oriented.

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2014-1-DE02-KA202-001595
    Funder Contribution: 238,079 EUR

    The project “Agricultural Skills Go Sustainable” (AgriSkills) is based on several local, regional, national, and European discussions and development processes:•The ongoing structural change in agriculture, which requires new training forms,•a criticism of current education coupled with the demand for a stronger orientation of vocational training towards sustainable development and organic agriculture,•a European discussion concerning professional and personal skills as well as their transparency and implementation in national education systems, and •a demand for more mobility that can enable students to acquire European skills. The goal of the project was to develop and test an educational package that meets the requirements for vocational education in the field of sustainable development in agriculture and can be applied in different countries with quite different vocational education systems (for the time being Germany, Spain, and Bulgaria).Using the practical and theoretical findings, the participating stakeholders have qualified and will continue to qualify discussions concerning the development of vocational education aimed at sustainability at the local, regional, national, and European levels.The “Educational Package AgriSkills – Vocational Education for Sustainable Development (BBNE)” is comprised of a one-week educational package dealing with the subject of the sustainable production of beef cattle and fattening pigs with a focus on animal husbandry, feeding, and marketing while taking into account their economic, ecological, and social dimensions. In addition to professional skills, necessary personal and social skills, networked thinking, responsibility, and teamwork that are particularly important aspects of sustainable education are also imparted.The strategic partnership included three trade unions, three educational institutions, a chamber of agriculture, and an organic farm, and together they developed the educational package. One to three individuals from each establishment were involved in the process. The educational package consists of five high-value products:•Instructor Guide•Educational Programme (teaching materials)•Open-license learning software•Practical Test Analysis•Supporting Arguments for Social PartnersAll of these products are available at http://agriskills.eu – some of them are available in printed form.The educational package was tested in all three partner countries. Fifteen young employees and/or students, most coming from the agricultural field, participated in three one-week test runs.The project can be broken down into five work stages:•the development of the educational package •the testing of the educational package•the implementation and evaluation of the practical tests as well as the modification of the educational package•dissemination•reporting Six cross-border meetings were held and varying distribution activities were carried out over the course of the project’s duration.The products are to be implemented at various levels. The Instructor Guide, the Educational Programme (teaching materials), learning software, and Practical Test Analysis will be applied at the local and regional levels in schools and other educational institutions as well as during hands-on training and in discussions of educational policy. The participating partners (educational institutions, chambers) will continue to use the package and disseminate it among their contacts. The Supporting Arguments for Social Partners will gain a wider distribution in educational policy discussions at the regional, national, and European levels where, together with the practical experiences from the educational package, they are intended to qualify these discussions.In the mid-term, the products developed as a part of AgriSkills will represent an important contribution to educational policy discussions at the national and local levels concerning vocational education for sustainable development.

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2020-1-ES01-KA202-082469
    Funder Contribution: 133,658 EUR

    People with special needs are in danger of segregation and their chances in the labour market are very limited. Promoting their professional inclusion is of the utmost significance, as it provides realization, autonomy, inclusion and a better quality of life.In this context, farming appears as a good niche for their inclusion, as long as the right kind of training contents, methods and qualified professionals are put into it. Contextual factors such as the environmental and the rural areas crisis, open new opportunities for an active participation of these social groups in the Green Farming Sectors. Providing more employment opportunities than conventional farming, while generating positive environmental impacts, Green Farming Sectors show a great potential for the training and socio-professional inclusion of persons with special needs.However, for this to become a reality, proper training is needed. Responding to this need, AGROINCLUSION pursues as a central goal:- To improve the quality and adaptability of vocational training, training methods, materials and curricula for persons with special needs, for the enhancement of their skills and of their opportunities for socio-professional inclusion in the Green Farming Sectors.And the following specific goals:- To set up a synergic transnational partnership between different organizations providing vocational training or work for the socio-professional inclusion of persons with special needs in the Green Farming Sectors.- To exchange and to explore good practices, real experiences, methods, tools, training programs, etc., in the fields of VET and the inclusion of these social groups in the Green Farming Sectors, that can be replicated in other territories.- To identify and compile needs and good practices that should be implemented in practice in order to improve the training and socio-professional integration of persons with special needs in the Green Farming Sectors (including successful reduced dual training systems).- To bring sustainability concepts to these social groups.To achieve these goals, the project brings together 7 organizations (6 countries) experienced in VET and socio-professional inclusion of persons with special needs in the Green Farming Sectors, to share and exchange knowledge, experiences and best practices.The project work plan is centred in the implementation of Workshops for the transfer of good practices and innovative approaches related to:- Training materials and methods related to technical aspects of the Green Farming Sectors adapted to people with special needs.- Vocational Educational systems: Dual training systems adapted to these social groups.These workshops are mostly addressed to trainers/workers engaged in training and socio-professional inclusion of persons with special needs, and VET trainers/workers related to the Green Farming Sectors, which are the project main target group.The project will produce the following results:-Strengthened cooperation and knowledge exchange between organizations experienced in VET and organizations providing training and socio-professional inclusion for persons with special needs in the Green Farming Sectors.-Improved competences of participants through the exchange of experiences and best practices and the acquisition of knowledge on a diversity of tools, methods, approaches, etc., for the training and professional inclusion of these social groups in the Green Farming Sectors. -Transfer and adoption of best practices and emergence of innovative approaches supporting the socio-professional inclusion of persons with special needs in the Green Farming Sectors. -Increased understanding of the needs of socio-professional integration of persons with special needs in the Green Farming Sectors and the challenges for a better alignment of training strategies with the specificities of these social groups.-Greater presence of concepts of sustainability in VET and training for persons with special needs.As well as important benefits. In particular:Project partners and other participants will benefit from the exchange of experiences and good practices, the acquisition of knowledge, skills, ideas, methods, etc., that may allow more adapted strategies to the training and socio-professional integration of persons with special needs in the Green Farming Sectors. The project will also indirectly impact, through the enhanced knowledge and skills of trainers and workers involved, the beneficiaries of VET institutions and of organizations training or promoting the socio-professional inclusion of persons with special needs in the Green Farming Sectors.Many of these will remain in the long run, as the skills, knowledge and social capital acquired by project partners and other participants, can be used in their daily practice after the project. This knowledge and skills can also be transmitted to co-workers, or in the context of other partnerships or projects in which they participate


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