GARDENISER PRO” is a project developed within the Erasmus+ KA2 VET programme – Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training – Development of Innovation, implemented by a consortium of 5 partners from Italy, Germany, France, Greece and the United Kingdom.

The main aim of Gardeniser Pro is to create and test an innovative European training programme promoting the development of a new professional role – the urban/community  garden’s coordinator/organiser that we call GARDENISER – with the purpose of strengthening knowledge, skills and competencies of the people aspiring to perform this role, testing the evaluation of their learning achievements through the ECVET system, with the objective of paving the way for their recognition in the educational and professional training systems, both at a regional and national level, thus fostering their employability


1/11/2017 – 30/06/2020

  • REPLAY Network (Italy)
  • ECTE – European Center in Training for Employment (Greece)
  • Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens (UK)

Erasmus+, Strategic Partnerships, 2017-2-IT03-KA205-011169

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  • Organisations and institutions handling VET professional training
  • Organisations and institutions handling social and educational policies
  • Schools
  • People handling urban gardens and social farms

Our role in the project

  • Design the professional training programme for the Gardeniser, in line with ECVET procedures
  • Dissemination


  • European format for the trainer’s training
  • Professional training course for Gardenisers with ECVET validation (levels 4 and 5 of EQF)
  • Gardeniser Licence
  • Online Gardeniser Platform

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