Green Vineyards project has published its first output, the Competence Framework & Sustainable Practices for Wine Sector. This guide contains a specific competence framework which aims to contribute to identifying the environmental competencies required by wine sector workers to ensure a positive environmental footprint of the activities carried out in this primary sector industry.
It also aims to provide a European reference tool for policymakers, education and training providers, educational staff, guidance practitioners, employers, public employment services, and learners. Therefore, it supports efforts at a european, national, regional, and local level to foster lifelong learning from a sustainable perspective.
In addition, the guide contains a set of 22 good sustainable practices identified across Europe. The selected interventions will help wineries and other final users to benchmark and better understand what is being done on specific topics and will support them in deciding how to structure future upskilling interventions.
This guide is the first output of the Project Green Vineyards (Upskilling wineries staff: Responding to the challenges of climate change – 2021-1-ES01-KA220-VET-33311), funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Download the Competence Framework & Sustainable Best Practices here.Imagen de jcomp en Freepik