Development of an innovative and cross sectoral European education proGRam to strEngthEN the training of TECHnicians in the field of renewable energy (GREEN TECH)
|Agency||Erasmus+ France / Education Formation National Agency|
|Project Duration||01-01-2022 – 31-12-2024|
|Lead partner||GIP FIPAG – Public Interest Grouping for Professional Training and Integration of the Académie de Grenoble (FR)|
|Partners||XABEC vocational training centre (ES)|
|KBA Nijmegen research institute (NL)|
|Panevėžio kolegija (LT)|
|UCLL Higher Education Institute (BE)|
|TENERRDIS, energy cluster and international centre of excellence for R&D (FR)|
Panevėžys University of Applied Sciences is pleased to announce its participation in another international Erasmus+ KA2 project “Development of an innovative and cross sectoral European education proGRam to strEngthEN the training of TECHnicians in the field of renewable energy (GREEN TECH)“, No. 2021-1-FR01-KA220-HED-000023268.
The GREEN TECH project aims at breaking down the barriers that exist today between individual energy system training courses in order to train more versatile technicians. This broad knowledge and skill versatility are a key competence that industrials working in the energy field are requiring more and more on the labour market.
The consortium wants to create a full course, composed of training units on Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Green Gas. Moreover, it is planned to also highlight the necessity of the connections between those units with two more units on Network Management and Storage and Different Usages based on real world industrial use cases. These units will be shared by every member of the consortium and will create new higher education courses, as well as potential for vocational training. The consortium will also share the knowledge through a MOOC allowing to make the content created within the framework of the project available to high education actors involved in initial or continuing training.