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    European Shared Treasure

    The results of the Adapting Green Skills project, supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission, have been published on the European Shared Treasure website. The products produced by Landward Research Ltd can be downloaded directly from EST. Report on Greener Skills and Jobs by Yiwei Zhao Adapting Green Skills to Vocational Education and Training: Questionnaire Report┬áby Kenneth Aitchison UK VET Green Skills Report by Ben Lewis  

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    Current and Recent projects

    Project Client Funder Evaluating project proposals Research Executive Agency of the European Commission European Commission – Horizon 2020 ANHER (Innovative format of education and training of the integrated archaeological and natural heritage) Institute of Prehistory, Adam Mickiewick University in Poznan European Commission – Erasmus + – Strategic Partnerships Vocational Education and Training Videorecording CIfA Conference 2015 Chartered Institute for Archaeologists Landward Research Ltd,┬áChartered Institute for Archaeologists Project developer for training placement scheme British Council British Council Heritage Market Survey Chartered Institute for Archaeologists Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers, Historic England Technical Assistance to OCTA Icon-Institut EuropeAid Adapting Green Skills Hatice Bayraktar Teknik Ve Endustri Meslek…

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    New website for Adapting Green Skills

    The Adapting Green Skills for Vocational Education project has a new, comprehensively updated website at: http://www.greenskills-europe.com Landward Research Ltd are participating in this project together with six other European organisations. It is supported by the EU and aims to include green skills into the vocational education and training (VET) systems of five partner countries.