For this reason, Ceemet has decided to become an associated partner of the “European Greener vocational education and training (VET) network”. The network will work together to develop recommendations and resolutions focused namely on the development of “green skills in the VET sector”.
As a matter of fact, the Greener VET network aims to integrate core green skills into VET curricula, as well as to provide training to teachers, trainers, and professionals across strategic industrial sectors. The project, funded by ERASMUS + , and that was officially kicked off in January 2023, will run for two years. The network regroups a variety of members, including education providers and industry organizations from five European countries: Belgium, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Spain, and Denmark.
Delphine Rudelli explained that “the aim is to focus on two main objectives which are to identify, develop, test and assess innovative approaches in order to embed green skills in education and training systems, and to improve the effectiveness of policies and practices in the field of education and training across 6 industrial sectors.”
The programme will focus on the Automotive, Energy, Batteries, Defence, Maritime and Additive Manufacturing industries.
Read more on the programme in the official website: Link