The fourth transnational project meeting will be held on 2nd of June at Slovenian Forestry Institute in Ljubljana. Project partners will be discussing developed e-learning material and work plan for the last project year. By now the developed e-learning material in English is uploaded to Moodle platform and in September trainers from each partner organization will be[…]
The second additional transnational project meeting of the CIA2SFM project was held on 7th of March 2017. The meeting was held at the Slovenian Forestry Institute in Ljubljana. The aim of the meeting was to train participants about the advanced use of Moodle platform and to discuss the final content and design of the selected[…]
By the end of 2016 project’ partners finished the activities related to the new curriculum and learning materials for sustainable forest management. During the second half of last year, the trainers from projects partner institution developed a framework for curriculum and learning materials. The first half of 2017 is intended for developing and designing of multimedia[…]
The third CIA2SFM project meeting attended the representatives of partner organizations from Austria, Slovenia and Croatia, who presented selected topics for the future training courses. Based on selected and described topics, trainers will design materials for e-learning that will be uploaded on the online platform, LMS Moodle. E-learning platform is already used by some of[…]
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The additional project meeting of the ERASMUS+ Project CIA2SFM was held at premisses of BFW (Austrian Research Centre for Forests) in Ossiach on October 13, 2016. Representatives of partner organisations participated in the meeting which aim was to discuss the final curriculum template and to prepare for the next transnational meeting in Zagreb.
The results of the analysis of educational programmes in sustainable forest management from Austria, Croatia and Slovenia presented at GREEN 2016 conference in ZagrebPosted on
During the GREEN 2016 Conference we presented the results of the analysis of educational programmes in sustainable forest management from Austria, Croatia and Slovenia, in Zagreb, 5th of October, 2016. More information can be found at CFRI website: http://www.sumins.hr/natural-resources-green-technology-and-sustainable-development2-green-2016/?lang=en
Improved version of the study on good practice in vocational education and training (VET) and lifelong learning (LLL) is now available online. The newest, final version aims to pinpoint at innovation within VET and LLL as an outlook towards the curriculum development and contains description of innovative approaches in knowledge transfer – study circles and[…]
In order to make the results of first intellectual output of the project more accessible the summary of the study was translated in German, Slovenian and Croatian languages. The study is now available for distribution widely to relevant national stakeholders. STUDIE ZUR “GUTEN PRAXIS” BEI VET UND LLL ZU NACHHALTIGER WALDBEWIRTSCHAFTUNG IN ÖSTERREICH, KROATIEN UND[…]
Last week, from 9-13 of May, was held first short term joint staff training event in Ljubljana. The event under the organization of Slovenian Institute for Adult Education (SIAE) took place in their center in Ljubljana. All together were involved 21 participants -employees of projects partner organisation from Austria, Croatia and Slovenia. Participants, as future[…]
Cooperation for Innovative Approach in Sustainable Forest Management training (CIA2SFM) is a project in which, together with Croatian Forest Research Institute as project coordinator, are involved six other organizations - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) and Austrian Research Center for Forests (BFW) from Austria, Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) from Croatia, Slovenian Forest Institute, Slovenia Forest Service and Slovenian Institute for Adult Education.
Main priorities addressed by this project are increasing labour market relevance of VET and fostering access to quality VET.
Project target groups are forestry professionals, especially those young and unemployed, private forest owners (PFOs) who mostly lack knowledge and pr actical skills in SFM, forestry entrepreneurs and employees of institutions in charge of protected areas management. Find out more...
CFRI, IRMO, SIAE, BOKU, BFW, SFI, SFS
Croatia, Austria, Slovenia
YEARS OF PROJECT DURATION