GREENOVET 

A sustainable future with Green Innovation

The Project will foster the development of Vocational Education and Training (VET) Excellence in Green Innovation across Europe and through the establishment of Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVEs) that will enable an innovative, inclusive and sustainable economy.

What is GREENOVET?

GREENOVET is an international Project, comprising 18 European Partners and co-funded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

  • Styria (Austria)
  • Vaasa (Finland)
  • Region Skopje (North Macedonia)
  • Leiria (Portugal)

The Green Tech Cluster cooperates in this project as workpackage regional leader for Styria.

GREENOVET’s Specific Objectives

GREENOVET brings together regional VET providers at different levels (upper-secondary VET and higher VET), local companies (larger ones and SME), sector and employer representatives, regional governments, as well as regional innovation agencies.
However, it also stretches to a national level by involving national ministries and social partners as associated partners, assuring coordination and coherence across governmental levels.

Consortium

The project will be implemented by a consortium of 30 partners (18 full and 12 associated). The Austrian project partners are:

Projekt-Koordinator

Please contact the GREENOVET project manager at the Green Tech Cluster or
the project coordinator at the FH Joanneum:

Bojan Jovanovski

Bojan Jovanovski
GREENOVET Project-Coordinator

FH Joanneum
International Management

Phone: +43 316 5453-6812
bojan.jovanovski@fh-joanneum.at

Johann Koinegg Green Tech Cluster

Johann Koinegg
Internationalisation

Green Tech Cluster Styria

Phone: +43 316/40 77 44-22
koinegg@greentech.at

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