In order to realise the green economy, VET systems are expected to develop a workforce that has the ability and skills needed to support the running of this economic system. The general objective of the ENTIRE project (Greening VET curricula for electricians) is to support VET providers in their role of adapting their training to changing green skills needs and thus contribute to the goals of the European Green Deal.
Considering energy efficiency is one of the key principles of the Clean Energy policy area of the bespoke policy initiative of the European Commission, we have identified the Electrician occupation as our pilot vocation. Simply put, electricians are the ones who could propose and introduce more efficient electricity installations, how building and industries are run. They offer simple, yet important, changes to reduce our carbon footprint.
Electrician VET learners who are trained with the right green skills, both horizontal as well as occupation specific, will become true agents of energy efficiency.
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships for VET
Modern Education Foundation (Bulgaria)
February 2022 – July 2023
Our project is live on Facebook. This social media channel will help us spread the news about our achievements across wider communities of stakeholders and attract more supporters of our broader mission to promote Green Skills in VET!
We are happy to present the logo of our project. It symbolises the main principles and elements of our mission and vision with designing the whole project concept, i.e. supporting integration of green skills in VET programmes in the field of electrical engineering,...
We are happy to announce the launch of the ENTIRE project. The ENTIRE partnership consists of 4 organisations from three different EU countries. The partnership, coordinated by the Modern Education Foundation, as applicant, comprises experienced organisations with...
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This project (project n° 2021-1-BG01-KA220-VET-000034722) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.