This document refers to the first step of the project Intellectual Output I, whose objectives are the following:
This document refers to the second step of the project – the Intellectual Output II (IO2), which objectives are to present the definition of the training and qualification/certification scheme requirements based on the learning outcomes defined in IO1, in line with the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) provisions, to adopt and adapt (nationally) for training and qualification of the different types of professionals targeted, including areas of knowledge, number of hours, trainer and trainee profiles, the required prequalifications, amongst other relevant criteria. The identified scheme requirements will form the background for the development of the appropriate training courses for the two ‘new’ proposed by WATTer Skills specialties, as well of the corresponding supporting materials and tools (subject to the Intellectual Output 3).
This document refers to the third step of the project – the Intellectual Output III (IO3), whose objectives are the development of training courses curricula, contents and e-learning platform. More specifically, the Intellectual Output O3 consists of the following main tasks:
This document refers to the fourth step of the project – the Intellectual Output IV (IO4), which objectives are to develop and present a proposal of a recognition system for the different types of professionals and integration into national (NQF) and European qualifications frameworks (EQF), towards a future Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This MoU would eventually put into force the new skills and provide ECVET to the pilot training courses participants, produced and carefully revised in IO3 together with the national advisory boards. The supporting materials and proposal of the common accreditation scheme for the water profiles (WET – water efficiency technician and WEE – water efficiency expert), based on ECVET training credits, ready to be used in all EU countries, fostering mobility and recognition of professionals in the European market.