The MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) provides VET tutors and businesses all over Europe with open access to all the resources developed to ensure a successful training intervention can be achieved
The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) is a scientifically sound framework describing what it means for educators to be digitally competent. It provides a general reference frame to support the development of educator-specific digital competences in Europe. The training comprises a Toolkit of 6 EduZines – digital e-books for use on smartphones – each addressing specific digital teaching skills to help educators develop their digital competence.
The EU recognizes entrepreneurship as one of the main drivers of job creation and acceleration of economic activity. Great entrepreneurs can change the way we live and work. If successful, their innovations can improve standards of living, create wealth and jobs and contribute to a growing economy. This training is supplied with a Toolkit of digital Eduzines addressing the main entrepreneurial competences to help VET tutors to better understand the challenges that potential entrepreneurs face and build their skills portfolio to be transferred to young entrepreneurs.
In contrast to today’s linear “take-make-use-dispose” economy, a circular economy aims to decouple economic growth from the scarce resources by using natural resources more effectively. The European Commission has made the European Green Deal the top political priority, with the aim of transforming the EU into a fair and prosperous society with a modern, resource-efficient and competitive economy. The training aims to unfold the concept of Circular Economy through a series of Eduzines, each addressing the key principles of circularity.
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Project Number: 2020-1-IE01-KA226-VET-082937