In a Networking Seminar, 12 NGOs from Poland where invited to meet with Greek social enterprises and see their work, around 20 people attended it. The CLEAR project was presented, in EPANODOS offices.
This result shows six relevant case-studies demonstrating the concept of the Circular Economy Servitisation Bussiness model, and these show how have helped in green entrepreneurship. The practical approach adopted will help SMEs understand the servitisation model and importance of service innovation and green entrepreneurship and facilitate uptake. The augmented reality features that have been added to them, will help transferability and re-usability to others sectors.
These have been prepared from the six partners of the different organizations, framed within Circular Economy Adult Training ToolBox- Knowledge ReUse, the titles are these:
This seminar was held in relation to a project entitled VITA – Virtual & Augmented Reality Trainers Toolbox to Enable Adults Catch Up With Life Skills. The aim of this project is to develop a novel toolbox by which trainers can attract, reach out and assist learners in improving their digital literacy, which is a subject of high importance to European and Maltese business. Results emerging from the CLEAR project were also presented during this seminar.
SPI presented the CLEAR project on May 17th, in the third workshop of BioWare project, about Bioeconomy and Circular Economy, that occurred on Instituto Politécnico de Santarém (Portugal).
In the Erasmus+ Project, ISORESS (http://www.isoress.eu) where the CLEAR project was presented. In the ISORESS project, training material is being developed for trainers and SMEs in their early years to include Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development in their policies. The training developed includes practical exercises. All partners (the University of Poland, the Macedonian engineering company, the Greek training center and the Italian NGOs) showed interest in the project and briefly explained the products that were in the contacts and redirected to the web.
On May 11th, Media Creativa presented at the Altinbas University of Istanbul (http://www.altinbas.edu.tr/en) the Clear project, where in addition to different professors and academics from the University specializing in economics, there were organizations from Italy, Greece, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. During the day we presented the different projects related to the theme of the economy that we were carrying out.
Universitat Jaume I has taken part in the Erasmus programme since 1994. The programme has been going through big changes since then. The new challenges started with the new programme Erasmus+ in 2014. As a result of that, we are offering mobility possibilities to all agents involved in universities’ development.
The first Staff Training Week organised in our institution is aimed at European Staff coming from partner and non-partner universities who would like to learn more about our facilities, our management of the different mobility programmes and about our teaching and research methods.
On April 25th, the CLEAR project was presented to the participants. You can see the agenda here: Agenda
Within the day established at the Universitat Jaume I, Roger Esteller and Pilar Escuder presented the CLEAR, Erasmus + project that is being developed. Around 120 people from different areas of the University of Castelló attended the event.
Stella presented the project to SMEs, training stakeholders, VET centres and researchers on April 19th 2018.
In total approximately 15 people attended the event. The event was a training seminar organized by a vocational training centre. We were invited to present the CLEAR project.
The educational innovation team of the Senior Citizens’ University coordinates the Erasmus + CLEAR project. Second meeting
The educational innovation team of the Senior Citizens’ University, led by Pilar Escuder and Roger Esteller of the Universitat Jaume I, coordinates the Erasmus + KA2 project “CLEAR- Circular Economy Adult Training ToolBox – Knowledge Reuse” since October 2017. Representatives of the UJI have participated in the second meeting of this project that took place on 12 and 13 April at the municipality of Korydallos (Athens).