C-TEST aims to contribute to the knowledge of employees and vocational education students to secure sustainable growth of companies. The project educates former students, the employees of today, on new topics as clean technologies and sustainability. On the other hand, it trains current students, the future employees, on how to use this knowledge in practice in their future working careers.
The learning materials C-TEST offers are based on the materials developed by the Slovakian University of Agriculture. The materials will be adapted and completed to fit the training needs of both students and employees across various countries. The materials will be made available online to make it accessible for all people.
The main results are an e-learning course, a manual for green colleges to set up a Training Day for students at a company, and tools for connecting alumni (employees) to school.
C-TEST stands for Clean Teach Employees and Students. The project has been funded with support from the European Commission through the Leonardo da Vinci – Lifelong Learning Programme. The Leonardo da Vinci Programme funds practical projects in the field of vocational education and training. Initiatives range from those giving individuals work-related training abroad to large-scale co-operation efforts.
The C-TEST consortium is a group of vocational green colleges, training professionals and research institutes from 7 countries in Europe.
C-TEST project partners:
– Nordwin College (Netherlands)
– Business Development Friesland (Netherlands)
– Boyle Chamber of Commerce (Ireland)
– Slovak University of Agriculture (Slovakia)
– Vacimezo KASZK (Hungary)
– Canice Consulting (United Kingdom)
– Energidalen (Sweden)
– EfVET – European Forum of Technical & Vocational Education & Training (Belgium)