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The following results on educational measures, among others, will be uploaded here when these are finished:

1. Initial vocational training

The aim is to develop and test a programme with six different additional trainings that can be attended by stronger learners during or directly after their regular vocational training. The implementing educational institutions may offer and implement one, several or all the trainings, depending on their needs or regional conditions.

A Technologies water supply with 60 – 80 lessons 
B Technologies water saving with 80 – 100 lessons
C Greywater and rainwater utilisation technologies with 80 – 100 lessons
D Technologies decentralised wastewater treatment with 100 – 120 lessons
E Fundamentals of the circular economy with 80 – 100 lessons
F Systemic solution-oriented consulting with 60 – 80 lessons

2. Further vocational training

Six further vocational training courses on technologies, management and the transfer of best practices are to be developed and tested, each consisting of 2 – 3 workshops of 15 hours each and intermediate phases of self-learning in the company. The training courses are aimed at owners, managers and/or specialists of SMEs. The implementing educational institutions can offer and carry out one, several or all further training courses, depending on their needs or regional conditions.

A Preparation and management of SMEs for work in the Green Economy (45 h lessons + self-learning and project work)
B Waste reduction and recycling management (30 – 45 h lessons + self-learning and project work)
C Waste water, treatment and recycling management (30 – 45 h lessons + self-learning and project work)
D Water supply and saving (30 – 45 h lessons + self-learning and project work)
E Cradle to Cradle in SMEs (30 – 45 h lessons + self-learning and project work)
F Energy generation from waste water and waste (45 h lessons + self-learning and project work)

3. Higher education

Four study modules on technology, management and best practice are to be developed and tested, each aimed at students of relevant Bachelor’s programmes. The tests are to take place within the framework of existing Bachelor‘s programmes (e.g. as facultative courses). Depending on their needs or regional conditions, universities/universities of applied sciences can offer and carry out one, several or all modules.

A Management & Technologies of the Water and Wastewater industry (180 – 200 lessons)
B Waste Management & Technologies (180 – 200 lessons)
C Management & technologies of the circular economy (200 – 250 lessons)
D Management of sustainable economic activity (200 – 250 lessons)

4. Train the Trainer programme

Train the Trainer Programme for teachers, trainers and lecturers in vocational education and training, further education and higher education

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