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CONTEXT / BACKGROUND
Aquaculture is a sector with opportunities and challenges: production of high-quality food in a more sustainable way, and new breeding techniques, alternative raw materials for feed, and other innovations contribute to this. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the United Nations are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future. They address the global challenges we face related to the green sector, for example food, energy, and water.
This project contributes to the SDG’s and European objectives by targeting following subjects:
- Ensure the development of food security, food safety, and sustainability within the sector
- Levelling differences across Europe
- Optimize innovative effectiveness
- Promote new entrepreneurship with sustainability at the forefront of their operations
- Accountability to climate objectives
- Exchange of students, staff, professionals working in the sector between partners in international education and enterprises
- Increase and enhance labour quality and -mobility within the sector
Through education on European level and scale, this project wants to responds to the opportunities, and also wants to make a positive contribution to the challenges. Based on the needs of industry, European Objectives, and the SDGs (related to food, soil, water and energy) this project contributes to the development of future employable employees, able to work internationally within the sector, and thus give shape to European labour mobility.
A high-quality workforce must be created that responds to challenges facing the sector, and innovations needed in order to contribute to European aquaculture objectives.
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT
With this project a long-term cooperation starts with a consortium of European VET schools, University colleges, and international industry within the sector of aquaculture. They work together on the development of training, that meet the needs of industry and the European objectives and SDG’s in aquaculture. The project aims to achieve these goals by developing European training at EQF level 4, at EQF level 5, and in work based learning programs for lifelong learning.