The Joint Curriculum for a Vocational Education Training course is based on an analysis of industrial needs and establishes a learning pathway for a good understanding of what the twin digital and green transition means for manufacturing companies and how to implement it.
Enrol now in the new FOODRUS e-learning course to learn more about innovative solutions to reduce food waste!
Designed to empower individuals and communities, this online course developed by the EU-funded project FOODRUS offers valuable insights and practical strategies to tackle food waste and loss across various stages of the food value chain.
The Circularity Assessment Tool enables you to evaluate your business or a product from a circular perspective. You can use various frameworks to help create a baseline overview of how your organisation is striving to adopt a circular approach.
The EU International Partnerships Academy (INTPA) is the European Commission’s free and public learning platform for development.
It offers an e-course and an introductory webinar to the circular economy that aim to strengthen your understanding of circularity, policy measures that accelerate the circular transition, and the opportunities arising for EU partner countries from the circular economy
RTSD introduces primary and secondary education teachers and students (from kindergarten to the 12th grade) to the 7 R’s of sustainable development (Reduce, Repair, Reuse, Reflect, Recycle, Reject and Respect). It invites them to express themselves artistically, while learning to design their own biomaterials using food waste and craft and digital fabrication techniques.
This Handbook for trainers "The circular economy applied to the construction industry" aims to provide trainers with a hands-on approach to circular economy practices in the construction sector. It does so by offering some holistic training material focusing on case studies.