CSR AND ETHIC IN TRAINING CENTRES FOR BENEFIT OF ALL
🇫🇷 France - FORMETHIC
🇧🇬 Bulgaria - SDRUZHENIE RUSENSKA STOPANSKA KAMARA
🇬🇷 Greece - KENTRO EPAGELMATIKIS KATARTISIS DIAS
🇬🇷 Greece - EPIMORFOTIKI KILKIS
🇮🇹 Italy - Euphoria Net Srl
🇱🇻 Latvia - Manteifels Projekti
🇵🇱 Poland - Arena i Swiat
🇷🇴 Romania - COMPLEXUL MUZEAL NATIONAL MOLDOVA IASI
🇸🇪 Sweden - MOBILIZING EXPERTISE AB
Project aim is to develop a inclusive educational system by analysing the difficulties of European training centres encounter and to use the findings to create tools which will enhance the efficiency and sustainability of training centres. These tools will measure the quality of training, the CSR performance, and the impact of pedagogical, social, and environmental innovations.
With the help of a CSR repository and a self-diagnostic tool, the training centres will be able to measure their overall performance and create a plan of progress.
The aim of the project is to integrating CSR in the trainers’ practices and in the way vocational training centres are run, project will promote inclusion, diversity, equality, and non-discrimination in training.
to contribute to “sustainable investment, performance and efficiency” by promoting CSR in the European educational field.
to enhance and develop educators' skills and competences.
to create innovative and collaborative tools such as co-design in training, collaborative knowledge-building and techniques making learners actors of their training.
to implement collaborative learning among peers
to develop courses fully adapted to workplace training practices and based on simulated or real working conditions.
to insists on professional equality and no discrimination in Europe.
to evaluate implementation of Human Rights.
to support the social engagement of training centres and promote intercultural and civic competences of all stakeholders.
1. A Benchmark and Materiality report: The benchmark will focus: 1) on main quality and CSR standards, safety, environment, risks, and ethical behaviour relevant to training organisations and 2) on the different institutional and financing systems of adult continuing education in Europe. The materiality report will analyse the main difficulties encountered by the stakeholders to help us identify the most relevant social responsibility action areas for the adult continuing education sector. More than 500 stakeholders in at least 7 European countries will be interviewed.
2. Online courses on CSR and Ethics in training centres: history of adult education in Europe, the societal utility of adult education, environmental impact issues in the training sector, equal opportunities in training, etc.
3. A repository of best responsible training practices divided into 7 sections: Scope of the guide, CSR vocabulary, Key principles for a successful CSR approach, Stakeholder dialogue and Vision, Action areas, Good practices and expected results, CSR integrated management, Key indicators. The project will analyse environmental, social, and economic impacts at each phase of the training cycle.
4. A toolkit containing 3 different tools: an online self-diagnostic questionnaire, with pre-recorded recommendations, an online tutorial explaining how to use the repository, and a list of detailed and adaptable indicators at the disposal of any training organization wanting to improve its practice.
All the project results can be found - https://e-csr.eu