On 17 May Marta Curman (CFRI) promoted CIA2SFM project and project results at the Open Door Day of the Croatian Forest Research Institute in Jastrebarsko. We had such a fun communicating our e-course to about 40 forestry high school students from Karlovac nad Slavonski Brod and how they can use it to complement their formal education.[…]
We are looking forward to our final project’s conference where we expect up to 100 participants from Austria, Croatia and Slovenia. Participants will be forestry stakeholders and all interested in forestry topics, vocational training and life-long learning. The purpose of the event is twofold. One is to present our innovative e-course Sustainable Forest Management: From[…]
As the end of the project is approaching, the project partners have few more activities to implement. One of the last group of activities is the implementation of the pilot training programmes related to sustainable forest management. Hence, two pilot programmes finished successfully and two more are starting next week. Partners from Slovenia broke the ice[…]
During the 8th Assembly of private forest owners held on 12/03/2018, the e-course “Sustainable forest management: From theory to practice” was presented to the participants. The event took place in Croatian Forest Research Institute in Jastrebarsko, where Miljenko Županić, the Secretary-General of the Croatian Union of Private Forest Owners’ Associations presented the e-course to about fifteen private[…]
Croatian Forest Research Institute used the opportunity to promote the multilingual e-course “Sustainable forest management: from theory to practice” during the 8th International Wood Energy Conference. The event in the organization of Croatian Wood Cluster and Croatian Biomass Association was focused on the current and future perspective of the wood energy sector on the national[…]
Click here to check out our new e-learning module “Sustainable forest management: From theory to practice”. The e-course is developed by project partners and tailor-made for forestry professionals, private forest owners, employees of public institutions in charge of nature protected areas and forestry entrepreneurs. This module, unique in Austria, Croatia and Slovenia, provides information on[…]
CIA2SFM team published a paper about training programmes in sustainable forest management in Austria, Croatia and SloveniaPosted on
The paper “Training Programmes in Sustainable Forest Management in Austria, Croatia and Slovenia” is published in an international journal, the South-east European forestry (SEEFOR). This preliminary communication article is a result of joint work of the project partners who analyzed vocational education and training and other lifelong learning programmes in sustainable forest management in Austria, Croatia and Slovenia. The results[…]
The fifth transnational project meeting was held in Vienna, 15/11/2017, in the organization of the Austrian Research Centre for Forests (BFW). The meeting was attended by 11 project partners from Austria, Slovenia and Croatia. The goal of the meeting was to discuss the work plan for education for the next year when actual implementation of the[…]
The next week in Vienna, 15/11/2017, BFW is organizing the 5th transnational project meeting. The main topic of the meeting will be piloting the training programme for the project target groups (forestry professionals, private forest owners, employees of the institutions in charge of protected areas management and forestry entrepreneurs). The goal is to select the[…]
The second short-term joint staff training event (C2) was held last week, from 23-27/10/2017 in Zagreb. The event took place in the Business Academy Experta in an organization of the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO). During the five days training event, altogether 19 participants from partners institution were trained for blended learning, how[…]
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
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