GREENOVET - European VET Excellence Platform for Green Innovation (North-Macedonia)

GREENOVET fosters VET Excellence in Green Innovation across Europe enabling innovative, inclusive and sustainable economy. The project fosters the development of skills ecosystems, contributing to regional development, as well as boosting green and sustainable economic growth. It aims at developing significant capacities for green innovation to teachers and students in all EQF levels, industry representatives and companies.

Main objectives:

• Boost Green Innovation in Europe

• Develop European best practice strategies for collaboration among VET providers at EQF Levels 4 to 8 and Green technology

• Foster environmental, social and economic development in Europe, through green and sustainable innovation processes enabled by VET excellence

• Empower VET graduates’ longterm (self)employability in the changing future labour market landscape through the development of an innovative, entrepreneurial and sustainable mind?set.

Main deliverables:

• Development of an international cooperation platform of Vocational Excellence in Green Innovation

• White paper on a model of the structure of regional Green Innovation CoVEs

• Development of an analysis tool for measuring innovation and education capacities of VET providers

• Training programmes for teachers, lecturers and trainers in VET education

• Setting up of an International Quality Assurance for VET excellence in Green Innovation

If you like to know more, please download the factsheet.

About us

CountryNorth Macedonia
Type of CollaborationCenter of Vocational Excellence
Starting year2020
Sector of expertise: Digitalisation
Green skills
Small and Medium sized enterprises

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