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The European Union has affirmed its ambition to become the center of global economic excellence of knowledge. In this perspective, the project partners "EDSI" wish to eventually create a European network of organizations working, regardless of the initial system used (VAE, NVQ, ZMT ...), for the recognition of skills, experiences, knowledge to link to traditional craft trades that tend to disappear, especially those related to the preservation of architectural heritage built of dry stone.
This program will:
Allow exchanges, reflections on the training offer to offer (or improve) to workers.
Pooling and adapting the tools of initial training, creating new ones
Methodological approach :
• Discovery and study phase (discovery of partners, professionalization and training systems)
• Realization of a prospective study with regard to training to be developed in the partner countries
• Creation of a sustainable network of European actors working in the field
• Development of activities in different countries to promote the sector
• Draw on already existing schemes (notably EQF, Europass, ECVET) to encourage worker mobility.
This project will seek to meet the European requirements in terms of quality, transferability, relevance of training in relation to a job market in profound change.

Additional Info

  • Year: 2010
  • Role: Partner
  • Programm: Programme Grundtvig partenariats éducatifs
  • Place: Europe
  • Lead partner: Office de l’environnement de la Corse
  • Partners: •OCRE – Associação para a Valorização do Ambiente, Cultura, Património e Lazer (Portugal) •Conseil de Majorque (département environnement) (Espagne) •Cornish Hedge Research and Education Group (CHREG) (Royaume Uni) •APARE – Association pour la Participation et l’Action Régionale (France) •Medoro S.c.a.r.l. (Italie) •Solway Heritage (Royaume Uni) •Development Corporation of Local Authorities of Cyclades S.A. (Grèce) •Université de Palerme (Italie)

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