Green Skills for Sustainable Development: the SUSDEV project

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Author(s)Marek Frankowicz, Stefan Ignar

The main objective of the Erasmus+ Capacity Building SUSDEV project is to enhance the role of Higher Education Institutions in ensuring sustainable development of industry and society, support of national “green policies” in Russian Federation and Kazakhstan and promotion of “green culture” by means of Lifelong Learning. Specific objectives are: development of modules to foster green skills for different target groups and qualifications levels, enhancement of access of target groups to open education resources, promotion of LLL, enhancement of green culture and continuing education through training of teaching staff, external stakeholders and public administration.The project consortium wishes to synthesize - In one project - four important strands of higher education modernization, related with both EHEA priorities and national needs: -1.Curricular reform based on learning outcomes and introduction of qualification frameworks - 2.Development of lifelong learning and increased role of universities as “LLL integrators” -3.Development of new teaching and learning methodologies and support tools, including Open Educational Resources - 4.Increased importance of “green skills” in education and work. The project consortium wishes to combine “four in one”: to promote green skills through lifelong learning channels and using new IT possibilities, starting from results of previous projects concerning curriculum development and sectoral qualifications frameworks for three complementary subject areas conditioning better quality of life (ecology, food sciences and land management).

CategoriesMission of PHE » 2017 27th Annual Conference, Modernising PHE within diversified HE
TagsEURASHE, UAS, university of applied sciences, conference, 4.0, digitalisation, development, skills, sustainability