BBChina – Master Programme on Bio-Based Circular Economy: From Fields to Bioenergy, Biofuel and Bioproducts in China

BBChina – Master Programme on Bio-Based Circular Economy: From Fields to Bioenergy, Biofuel and Bioproducts in China

BBChina – Master Programme on Bio-Based Circular Economy: From Fields to Bioenergy, Biofuel and Bioproducts in China

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • Establishment of an International Master Course on Biobased Economy (Biomass to Energy and Bioproducts) Curricula in Chinese HEIs, which implementation will be supported by innovative teaching and e-learning tools.
  • Strengthening of interactions and networking between HEIs, industry and institutions in China.
  • Promotion of internationalisation and entrepreneurship actions in Chinese HEIs.

  • Education and training needs assessment in Partner Country.
  • Chinese academic staff mobility to EU HEIs aiming to upgrade specific professional knowledge and skills for newly developed course through the participation in lectures, carrying out test in laboratories, visiting test fields and power plants.
  • Development of syllabus based on EU partners’ best practises and SWOT Chinese of HEIs.
  • Development of e – learning platform and courses for online studies in Chinese HEIs.
  • Implementation of an international online Master Course on Biobased Economy in Chinese HEIs.
  • Students’ mobility to EU HEIs aiming to gain international learning experiences in multidisciplinary contents.
  • Train the trainer workshop for Chinese academic staff in Sicily to develop trainer’s skills in the field of entrepreneurship.

  • Online course and learning material developed in cooperation with EU partners and EU HE system’s principles for future master students.
  • Upgraded professional and soft skills of academic staff and students involved in testing phase of the course.
  • 45 graduates in Biobased Economy for Chinese Labour Market.
  • University – Business network with more than 28 internships available in private sector.
  • Trained academic staff in entrepreneurial thinking for further students’ couching, and innovative, user friendly learning material about soft skills development for students

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Date of project: 15/10/2017 – 14/10/2020

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, Capacity Building in the field of higher education

Contact:

CESIE: jelena.mazaj@cesie.org


NE(W)AVE – reNEWAble e-VEt learning

NE(W)AVE – reNEWAble e-VEt learning

NE(W)AVE – reNEWAble e-VEt learning

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To contribute to increase the employability and inclusion of NEETs and VET learners developing VET business partnerships in the renewable energy field based on work-based learning
  • To promote innovative learning opportunities in VET developing a Open Online Course on renewable energy
  • To support VET trainers’ & mentors professional development offering an E-toolkit based on new training material and scheme.

  • Research on skills needed for jobs related to renewable energy
  • NE(W)AVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE for VET learners
  • NE(W)AVE E-toolkit for VET Trainers
  • NE(W)AVE Policy Recommendation

  • Identified labour market skills needs in the field of renewable energy sector and existing VET offers in the 5 partners’ country
  • Developed innovative training materials with the aim to update, reskill and/or upskills the competences VET learners/NEETs and young professionals in the field of renewable energies
  • Increased employment chances of the above mentioned targets in the renewable energy sector
  • Promoted the professional development of VET trainers through the acquisition of new and/or increased competences in terms of teaching/learning methods, tutoring and intercultural skills
  • Promoted close cooperation between stakeholders from the education and business field

  • Coordinator: CESIE [Italy]
  • EUC Syd [Denmark]
  • EUROTRAINING EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATION [Greece]
  • Die Berater [Austria]
  • Heliotec 2006 SL [Spain]
  • H S.R.L. [Italy]

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Date of project: 01/09/2017 – 31/08/2020

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+: Key Action 2, Strategic Partnership in the field of VET

Contact:

CESIE: irene.pizzo@cesie.org


LMPI – Bachelor’s and Professional Master’s Degree for development, administration, management, protection of computer systems and networks in enterprises in Moldova, Kazakhstan, Vietnam

LMPI – Bachelor’s and Professional Master’s Degree for development, administration, management, protection of computer systems and networks in enterprises in Moldova, Kazakhstan, Vietnam

 

LMPI – Bachelor’s and Professional Master’s Degree for development, administration, management, protection of computer systems and networks in enterprises in Moldova, Kazakhstan, Vietnam

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To bridge skills gaps in the design and maintenance of corporate computer systems security, improving the employability of students and specializing employees’ skills
  • To professionalize the universities’ curricula in the development, administration, management and protection of computer systems and networks in accordance with the Bologna Process and with the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) and, to some extent, delocalize companies
  • To create two new courses available in ODL for the development and protection of computer networks and information technology in enterprises, adapted to the needs of these last ones

  • Bachelor’s Degree in administration and management of computer systems and networks
  • Master’s degree program in professional administration and management, with a specialization in security of computer systems and corporate networks
  • Delivery of training in each country, at least 270 students in the first year of the 2 new degree programs (180 in the Bachelor’s program; 90 in the first year of Master)
  • Specializing 24 teachers (10KZ, 8MD, 6 VN) in Europe; digitize courses and learning resources

  • Lifelong training modular system in the same field of education and train 50 professionals per country
  • Centre of Excellence in each country, a resource center, supporting the new offer (-write programs and course content, including digital resources that make them accessible in ODL)

  • Coordinator: Università Telematica Internazionale-Uninettuno (Italy) | GIP Fipag (France) | Hochschule fuer Technik Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig (Germany) | Technological Educational Institute of Piraeus (Greece) | Universidad De Vigo (Spain) | CESIE (Italy)
  • Bulgaria [South-West University Neofit Rilski | Sofiiski Universitet Sveti Kliment Ohridski | Universitet Po Bibliotekoznanie I Informacionni Tehnologii]
  • Kazachstan [City Scientific-Methodical Centre of New Technologies in Education | L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University | Al-Farabi Kazakh National University | M.Kh. Dulaty Taraz State University | Kokshetau Abai Myrzakhmetov University | Ministry of Education and Science ]
  • Moldova [Inspectoratul General al Politiei | Ministerul Tehnologiei Informatiei si Comunicatiilor al RM | Efes Vitanta Moldova Brewery Sa | Universitatea De Sta Alecu Russo Din Balti | Centrul De Telecomunicatii Speciale | Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova | Ministry of Education |  Universitatea Tehnica a Moldovei | Universitatea De Stat Din Moldova]
  • Russia [Shokan Ualikhanov Kokshetau State University | JSC National Training Center Orleu | TOO BBS-IT | Corporate Fund Fund Zhas Otan In Akmola Region]
  • Vietnam [Hoc Vien Nong Nghiep Viet Nam | Truong Dai Hoc Bach Khoa-Dai Hoc Quoc Gia Tp Ho Chi Minh | Truong Dai Hoc Bach Khoa Hanoi – Hanoi University Of Science And Technology Hust]

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Date of project: 15/10/2016 – 14/10/2019

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, Capacity Building in the field of higher education

Contact: CESIE: partnership@cesie.org

http://lmpi-erasmus.net


FoTRRIS – Fostering a Transition towards Responsible Research and Innovation Systems

FoTRRIS – Fostering a Transition towards Responsible Research and Innovation Systems

FoTRRIS – Fostering a Transition towards Responsible Research and Innovation Systems

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To develop and introduce new governance practices to foster Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)
  • To set up new governance practices to co-design transdiciplinary RRI-projects that are attuned to local needs, values and opportunities and that connect and mobilise local stakeholders
  • To build on capacity with respect to collaborative agenda-setting on the level of research performing organisations

  • Synthesis reporting of research and innovation systems (practice, barriers) and potential levers within 5 partner countries
  • Establishing of Knowledge Arenas, and Business model for them, and alternative funding and evaluation methods for RRI projects and solutions
  • Investigating of the state-of-the-art of research and innovation systems in European knowledge economies
  • Designing of Co-RRI Knowledge Arena and a Co-RRI web based platform
  • Establishing local/regional transition – knowledge arenas in order to develop Co-RRI project concepts through a multi-actor exercise involving research, civil society, policy, and the business sectors
  • Drafting policy recommendations and materials for fostering co-RRI uptake

  • Concepts for co-RRI-projects: which describes the local/regional problem definition of the global challenge, the systemic analysis of causes of and reasons for the challenges, the projected potential solution, the co-RRI project concept
  • Established co-RRI knowledge arenas and developed business model for their functioning
  • Reports on Policy recommendations for co-RRI in the EU
  • Materials for fostering uptake of co-RRI and future of RRI in EU

  • Coordinator: VITO – Vlaamse Instelling Voor Technologisch Onderzoek N.V. (Belgium)
  • LGI Consulting SARL (France)
  • ESSRG – The Environmental Social Science Research Group (Hungary)
  • UCM – Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)
  • ERRIN – European Regions Research and Innovation Network (Belgium)
  • IFZ – Interuniversitäre Forschungszentrum für Technik, Arbeit und Kultur (Austria)

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Date of project: 01/10/2015 – 01/02/2018

DG of reference: DG Research and Innovation, Horizon 2020, Science with and for Society

Topic: GARRI-1-2014 – Fostering RRI uptake in current research and innovations systems

Contact: CESIE: jelena.mazaj@cesie.org


WAPPY – What’s APP Youth!

WAPPY – What’s APP Youth!

WAPPY – What’s APP Youth!

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To develop the capacity of youth workers in creating programmes for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) platforms through mobile applications
  • To increase knowledge of youth workers on new ICT realities
  • To identify support needed by new youth work approaches
  • To establish multi-stakeholder cooperation among education, employment and technology sectors

  • What’s APP Youth Workers Training on ICT- Mobile Applications
  • Local activities for youth workers and young people on Mobile Application and Entrepreneurship
  • Conference about results of local activities implementation
  • Final Evaluation Meeting

  • Coordinator: Pistes-Solidaires (France)
  • Semper Avanti Stowarzyszenie (Poland)
  • YSDA Inc. – Youth for Sustainable Development Assembly Inc. (Philippines)
  • FSL India – Field Services and intercultural Learning India (India)

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Date of project: 01/10/2015 – 31/08/2017

DG of reference: DG EAC, Key Activity 2 – Capacity Building in the field of youth

Contact: CESIE: partnership@cesie.org

www.wappy-project.eu


STEP BY STEP – Step by step commitments for energy saving

STEP BY STEP – Step by step commitments for energy saving

STEP BY STEP – Step by step commitments for energy saving

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To improve households’ knowledge about energy saving behaviours and energy-efficient products
  • To motivate households to commit to energy-saving actions
  • To encourage community-based interactions between households likely to invest in high quality renewable energy products
  • To better understand behaviour patterns relative to energy savings in different target groups
  • To conduct a set of dissemination actions in view of promoting the STEP_BY_STEP concept and its implementation by European and local authorities

  • Recruitment of 6.300 households by door-to-door interviews
  • Elaboration of an “energy saving” Kit
  • Elaboration and deployment of the behavioural change strategy and designing of accompany schemes for each energy saving action
  • Accompaniment of 5.000 households to suggest energy saving actions
  • Creation of databases containing information about: household profile, data related to behaviour change, knowledge about energy savings, electricity consumption, household locations, etc.

  • STEP BY STEP Activity Report 1 summing up the first data about the project in relation to citizens engagement towards energy saving and responsible consumption in the involved cities
  • STEP BY STEP Activity Report 2  about proposed activities and the rate of success in the different partner cities
  • STEP BY STEP Activity Report 3  about proposed activities and the rate of success in the different partner cities
  • Video Interview with the major of the Cefalù about the participation of the City to the project
  • Delivering energy savings of about 12% for at least 6.300 households
  • 20% of the accompanied households take decision to purchase energy-efficient products (1.000 households)

    Caused environmental benefits in terms of reduction of CO2, SOx, NOx, VOC and PM emissions

    Produced social benefits in terms of reduction of morbidity and mortality caused by CO2, SOx, NOx, VOC and PM emissions

  • Coordinator: E3D-Environnement (France)
  • University of Gent (Belgium)
  • Pro-Akademia (Poland)
  • Zentrum Fuer Europaeische Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH – ZEW (Germany)
  • Agència Energètica de la Ribera (Spain)
  • Comune di Cefalù (Italy)
  • City of Gent (Belgium)
  • City of Warsaw (Poland)
  • CESIE (Italia)

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Date of project: 01/03/2015 – 31/08/2017

DG of reference: DG Research and Innovation, Horizon 2020, Societal Challenges, Energy Efficiency – Market up – Topic: Consumer engagement for sustainable energy

Contact: CESIE: letizia.portera@cesie.org

www.stepbystep2020.eu
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