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Go Green & Care
Date du début: 1 sept. 2014, Date de fin: 31 août 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

This project is a multidisaplinary project with six organisation from six different countries around the Europe representing different fields of education. Agriculture, animal husbendry, horticulture, environment and forestry, business, tourism and hotel management and social- and health care. Project objective is to build the competencies of VET organizations for providing Green Care education cross sectorally. Each organisation have a great expertise in their own specialized fields of education. On top of that they have great merits from the past international projects and curriculum development work. Experiences and research have shown that the use of Green Care activities can produce health, social or educational benefits for a variety of client groups. There is a growing movement towards green care in many contexts, ranging from therapeutic applications of green exercise activities, social and therapeutic horticulture, animal assisted therapies, wilderness therapy, ecotherapy and care farming. Green Care can also provide new livelihood opportunities for farms and other rural enterprises, and also contributes to rural viability and the quality of the rural environment. There is a great demand to educated labor with knowledge of this ideology to work in the businesses providing Green Care in its different forms as a part of their rehabilitation services for disabled, elderly or socially excluded people. Provided Green Care education will help to solve this problem arisen from the working life sources. Project will organise transnational project meetings and workshops disseminating its actions and results via EfVET communication channels to make information available for all. Activities arranged are participating teachers and managers from the organisations and entrepreneurs and representativies from different associations related to subject. As a result the project will create reports and frameworks which will come together as a Teachers Guide for Green Care-education in upper vocational education to provide Green Care educated labor for answering working lifes demands and future needs. The results in the long term will increase the professional skills of the teachers and staff of participating organisations and produce higher quality of education.



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