IO1 Environment Security: Current skills and qualifications state of the art
This State of the art will provide a complete analysis of the current competences and qualifications needs of the European Environment Security compared with the current training offer in Europe. It will provide the information needed for preparing a more attractive learning content supporting competitiveness and employment in the sector.
IO2 Training path, learning content structure and guidelines for trainers.
This output will define and analyze the most suitable training paths according to the target groups needs as defined in IO1. They will be designed in terms of the necessary areas of knowledge and the pedagogical methodologies optimized to fit the variety of job profiles and the industry, by providing a core training path, as well as training modules and their units in languages to address the specific needs of certain job profiles.
IO3 Learning Platform
The prototype of the e-learning platform is developed by EVM. This is an open-source (under GNU/GPL licensing) e-learning and content management system, aimed at improving access to education and knowledge globally. After the adaptation process, the e-learning platform shall be able to integrate the findings and outcomes from IO4, namely, the developed learning modules. The platform summary information will be available in all partners’ languages in which the master degree will be implemented.
IO4 Modules Material
This Output will comprise all the training materials needed to teach the International Master Modules for the Environmental Sector. Initially, the consortium has been structured the master degree around ten main pillars: On one side, the modules for training in specific skills in the Environmental Security: – UMA: Environmental Security Assessment; – UPM: International Climate Change Governance Systems; – TUB: Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation systems; – BNU: Measuring Sustainability; – EVM: Environmental Governance; – OEM: Forestry, Forests and Poverty. Furthermore, the consortium has identified modules for providing “New Skills”: -System Thinking (OEM) -Environmental Conflict Management (CCIM). Each of the training modules will have their respective associated material for e-learning, face-to-face or hands-on sessions that, depending on the needs and contents, different types of materials will be developed: slides, hands-on training sessions, bibliographic material, tests, etc. Modules and materials will be mainly released in English, however the consortium will release summary content in Spanish, Portugal and Romania.
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