Circular Economy in Practice
Circular Economy In Practice
Circular economy represents an opportunity to address labour market imbalances and threats.
In our project we are going to talk about the traditional economic model and the alternative economic model that tries to solve the problems caused by this first one.
That is, we will talk about the innovative economic models that we have today, focusing on it, we will analyze the circular economic model, which is characterized by the reusing of materials.
During the next few years, the sectors that produce and process raw materials will decrease in size, while the waste management, recycling and repair sectors will experience extra growth.
If a sustainable circular economy is to be implemented, the quality of those jobs is essential to their success, improving that quality through improving worker skills, including environmental, health and safety skills.
For this reason, the CE-IP project aims to develop new training solutions that can help match the expected expansion of green job opportunities with skilled workers, to promote a shift towards a more sustainable economy.
– Self-employed, unemployed and low-skilled workers from other productive sectors.
– Trainers of continuous training systems that provide courses for adults related to new employment opportunities.
– Promotion of self-employment linked to these activities in low-skilled workers.
– Creation of new innovative training solutions related to opportunities in the circular economy.
The Consortium that will develop the project is made up of six organizations from five countries.
The main objective of the project is to achieve a systemic change in the skills and capacities of this target group.
AEGARE– Asociación de empresarios gallegos en Aragón y riberas del Ebro (Spain).
Cologne Business School (Germany).
Social Innovation and Cohesion Institute (Greece).
Razvojna agencija Sotla (Slovenia).
CNIPA Puglia (Italy).