DIGI-ENERGY+ (Developing A Digital Learning Program Promoting Dual Vet In Renewable Energy And Sustainability With Interactive Tools)

The DIGI-ENERGY+ project aims to transform the reality of the VET landscape in renewable energies. Through the project results, we intend to reach more than 200 educational trainers and more than 600 pupils (including those who will participate directly in the project -200 – and those who will be extended indirectly), which will put us in a very advantageous scenario to draw meaningful conclusions about our project priorities.

Duration

11-11-2021 – 11-11-2023

Partners
  • IES CONSABURUM (ES)
  • LICEUL TEHNOLOGIC BRATIANU (RO)
  • EUROPEAN CENTER IN TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT (EL)
  • LDI UG (DE)
Details

2021-1-ES01-KA220-VET-00034671

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Beneficiaries

Youth workers
Youth workers either from or working with minority or disadvantaged groups
Mental Health professionals
Art professionals

Our role in the project

  • Curriculum Development
  • Research
  • Dissemination

Outputs

1. A blueprint for the creation of a European wide Creative Arts for Health and Well-Being Hub (an online interactive platform and learning resource centre)
2. Sustainable partnership strengthened between six key organisations and links built between arts, education, mental health and new digital technologies.
3. Supports the empowerment of youth workers through the development and uptake of new, innovative and accessible training and resources
4. Training targeted at youth workers either from or working with minority or disadvantaged groups
5. Builds new ways to identify future models for sustainability and skills in networking and policy development

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