Case study: GREENOVET: skills for a green Europe

Case Study

GREENOVET: skills for a green Europe

GREENOVET is a European project, comprising eighteen European partners, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. It aims to foster vocational education and training excellence in green innovation across Europe. The establishment of Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVEs) will help create a workforce for innovative, inclusive and sustainable economies in Europe.

GREENOVET is also addressing the lack of multi-stakeholder partnerships in the identification, integration and implementation of new skills and competencies in TVET.

The objectives of GREENOVET are:

a) to establish fully functional and interconnected CoVEs in green innovation, embedded in the local innovation and skills ecosystem

b) to enable Greentech projects, conducted by students of secondary and tertiary TVET institutions, who will collaborate on interconnected TVET scenarios

c) to connect industry with TVET provision at European Qualification Framework levels 4-8

d) to establish and strengthen innovative teaching methods and educational trends in TVET

e) to bring green innovation closer to a broader public in Europe

f) to foster the employability and entrepreneurial readiness of VET students, preparing and connecting them to the labour market

g) to adapt technical, pedagogical and didactical skills of VET teachers to the upcoming environmental, social and economic challenges.


The BILT project is implemented by

International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training

with support of

Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training

and sponsored by

Federal Ministry of Education and Reserve

UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre

for Technical and Vocational Education and Training

UN Campus, Platz der Vereinten Nationen 1

53113 Bonn, Germany


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