EUROREGION Nestos – Mesta , partner of the EnvironmentYou project that was launched in June is implemented in the framework of the Cooperation Programme Interreg V-A “Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020”, is organizing the projects 1st  “International Exchange Visit” in Drama on the 24th and 25th of July.

The aim of the International Exchange Visit, which is organised by EUROREGION Nestos – Mesta, is not only to familiarize the participants with the project and its activities, but also to introduce them to the concepts and practices of Circular Economy by taking into consideration participatory and interactive learning approaches. A series of lectures, site visits and field workshops will take place. The selected activities will give the chance to the participants to exchange knowledge, best practices and they finally promote cross-border partnership and collaboration. Last but not least, the participants will have the chance to be engaged in social and ice-breaking activities during the first day.

The International Exchange Visit is part of the projects “Deliverable 5.2: International Exchange Visits” and is related to the implementation of “Work Package 5: Design and Implementation of Networking and Clustering Actions”.

Further details and information regarding the agenda and the planned activities of the 1st EnvironmentYou International Exchange Visit in Drama are available here.

The EnvironmentYou project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and by national funds of the countries participating in the Interreg V-A “Greece-Bulgaria 2014-2020” Cooperation Programme. 

In an ever-changing world, in which various different developments create new conditions of uncertainty, education is firmly believed that is the most important tool for adapting to the new data.

The Hellenic Youth National Council (HYNC), oriented towards the adoption of innovations and adaptation to changing conditions, οn 30th of December 2020 organized a 120-hour Vocational Training cycle in the Environmental Management in the framework of the implementation of the Work Package 4: Design & Implementation of Vocational Trainings. During the training period, 60 beneficiaries, who their expertise is in the Primary Sector, were offered the opportunity to gain specialized agricultural-centered skills, useful in order for them to be more competitive actors in the Labor Market as well as to seek for better work chances.

Particularly, the target group has been consisted of the Youth, the NEETs (Not in Education, Employment, or Training), the Farmer, potential Entrepreneurs who are interested in the Environmental Management Systems (EMS), organic farming, the green entrepreneurship and the protection of the natural sources. The beneficiaries are derived form or live in the Region of Southern Macedonia and Thrace.

The course material was uploaded to the electronic platform "e-mathisi" https://emathisi.gr/ using the asynchronous tele-education method.

The Vocational Training Programs are the following:

  • Vocational Training Program 1: Eco – friendly Business (30 hours)
  • Vocational Training Program 2: Environmental Management Systems (30 hours)
  • Vocational Training Program 3: Natural Resources protection through business activities (30 hours)
  • Vocational Training Program 4: Bio – agriculture mainly in mountainous area (30 hours) (30 Ώρες)

As far as the results of the evaluation survey, filled in by the beneficiaries, are concerned, the vocational training programs not only responded to their needs but also, they will be a helpful tool for the modernization of their knowledge as well as their skills.

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The Project’s activities were launched at the partnership kick-off meeting, held in Drama on the 5th and 6th of August 2019, at the premises of Euroregion Nestos-Mesta. The project’s KoM was realized with representatives from all the consortium members that had the chance to network and to present their organizations. In addition, they partnership representatives discussed about the specific project’s aims, the objectives, the activities involved, their roles and the outputs. Further updates for the EnvironmentYou project will follow up soon, so stay tuned!

On 22th of December 2020 the Vocational Training cycle in the Environmental Management, which was organized by the Euroregion Nestos - Mesta with 120 hours duration in the framework of the implementation of the Work Package 4: Design & Implementation of Vocational Trainings, was successfully completed. During the training period, 180 beneficiaries, who their expertise is in the Primary Sector, were offered the opportunity to gain specialized agricultural-centered skills, useful in order for them to be more competitive actors in the Labor Market as well as to seek for better work chances.

Particularly, the target group has been consisted of the Youth, the NEETs (Not in Education, Employment, or Training), the Farmer, potential Entrepreneurs who are interested in the Environmental Management Systems (EMS), organic farming, the green entrepreneurship and the protection of the natural sources. The beneficiaries are derived form or live in the Region of Southern Macedonia and Thrace.

The Vocational Training Programs are the following:

  • Vocational Training Program 1: Eco – friendly Business (30 hours)
  • Vocational Training Program 2: Environmental Management Systems (30 hours)
  • Vocational Training Program 3: Natural Resources protection through business activities (30 hours)
  • Vocational Training Program 4: Bio – agriculture mainly in mountainous area (30 hours) (30 Ώρες)

 

As far as the results of the evaluation survey, filled in by the beneficiaries, are concerned, the vocational training programs not only responded to their needs but also, they will be a helpful tool for the modernization of their knowledge as well as their skills.

Environmental Management Enhancement by Youth-run SMEs

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