Carrying out a comparative analysis of adult education and training policies in the partners countries (regional/national) and European initiatives.
Map-out the typography of the new work areas in sectors relating to industry 4.0 and 5.0.
Identifying the green skills needs of industry particularly at European Qualification Framework level 4 and develop a matrix of green skills learning outcomes that can be expanded into short flexible programmes which will be recognised as micro-credentials.
Providing assessment tools for adults to map-out their knowledge, skills and competencies and give guidance on validation procedures for recognition and advise of pathways to upskill and reskill using micro-credentials and work based experiential learning.
Developing progressive and flexible pedagogical tools to support teaching and learning approaches for adult education and training which utilise hybrid learning which combines virtual learning environments with work-based experience.
Engage in networking and knowledge sharing activities with European platforms and networks.
Participate in European Education for Climate Coalition to support knowledge sharing, promote sustainability and engage in best practice initiatives.
What is the ‘Green MiCred Pathways’ platform?
A Virtual learning environment with short courses, assessment tools, learning materials and information. The training courses will be designed in the platform based on an online microlearning methodology, allowing the learner to consume the course contents in small pieces and decide how, when and where to do it.
A Mobility enabling tool containing a database for mobility options in all partners countries and search engine for mobility inquires of both adult learners and training staff.
The platform will be available in August 2024.
‘Green MiCred Pathways’ combines a mixture of partners that allow interactions and exchange between education providers of different levels and industry representatives.
Our partnership consists of 16 partners from 7 European countries (Sweden, Bulgaria, Ireland, Latvia, Macedonia, Spain, The Netherlands).