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NIREAS - E-LEARNING FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT

Objectives

General Objectives

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  • To ensure that the operators of wastewater treatment plants (which is the main target group of the project) acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for their job and personal development, fact which has a direct influence on European competitiveness and economic growth, and thus helps to create more and better jobs.
  • To ensure that the skills of the operators of wastewater treatment plants correspond to the requirements of the sector
  • To contribute to the development of digital contents which are fundamental element of the knowledge society.
  • To promote the accreditation of skills acquired through non formal and informal learning
   

Specific Objectives

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  • To create a multi stakeholder network to find out successful approach for the e-learning content delivery in WRM.
  • To supply learning contents according to the mismatches, shortages, gaps in skills discovered just-in-time.
  • To consider the needs of specific target groups such as older workers (or unemployed) wishing to update their skills.
  • To identify sources of learning content that could be easily re-proposed as learning objects for the target sectors.
  • To develop original and innovative e-learning content for the WRM sector.
  • To run the pilot courses in each country, track the learning progress of WRM workers involved in the project and increase their job performance or help them find an employment.
  • To contribute to the recognition of non-formal and informal learning and foment transparency and transferability of skills in the WRM sector in EU through the adaptation of the accreditation methodology developed in E/03/B/PP-149018 in the specific field of e-learning.