Earlier this year saw the start of the research activity to make SECOVE inclusive and encouraging women in technical professions, which involved researchers from partner organizations in Italy, Spain, Greece, Slovakia and Portugal.
The aim of the research is to see how much VET education on sustainable energy is inclusive, especially for women, and to see how partners can increase the inclusiveness and attractiveness of VET through the operation of the CoVEs and the SECOVE tools.
Work Package 3 of SECOVE project aims to make VET education and qualifications in Europe more relevant to the needs of Energy and Sustainable development. This study carried out under WP3 aimed to form a knowledge baseline for the following activities of the project.
The concept is firstly to document the new technological trends and changes in specific domains of the Sustainable Energy (SE) field. Each partner chose the domain, which is evaluated as most crucial, in the field of Sustainable Energy for their region.
The first official meeting for all partners of SECOVE took place online, on September 19th 2022.
Following the summer break that involved, to a larger or smaller extent, all partners, the project coordinator, University of West Attica, invited all twenty-two partners to the official kick-off meeting of SECOVE.
Work Package leaders took the initiative to kick off the activities over the first summer months of SECOVE implementation.
WP1, WP2 and WP8 under the magnifying lens.
Ready to meet.
After months of preparation following up the successful approval of the project, SECOVE partners started getting to know each other. At first with just a few messages, emails – most importantly, signatures – and then they were ready to join the very first online meeting.
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