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Effective communication is a building block of successful organizations!
Dec 2nd 2021

EUROPEA Editorial Group (EG) is spending two workdays (1st and 2nd December) at the agricultural school in Petersberg, Fulda (Germany). Their work ensures that EUROPEA will continue to have strong platforms for efficient communication. I am attending for the first time, and I have learned a lot about the work of EG. So important work […]

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EUROPEA is on LinkedIn
Dec 1st 2021

EUROPEA is now on LinkedIn. If you are interested in Vocational Studies in the Green Sector, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Forestry, Landscaping, Gardening, etc. add us to your network! “Alone one goes faster, together we go further” #linkedin #agriculture #network #vocationaleducation    

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COVID does not stop studies in Latvian VET schools
Nov 30th 2021

  18.10-20.11 2021 Latvia experienced lockdown but VET schools tried to go on with the work. At Smiltene Tehnikums (Center of the Professional Education Competence) stock-breading technicians try to manage and do some practical training during the field visits. Fotos of the studies (sheep shearing) can be seen HERE.   Many thanks to Līga Mačule […]

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Gardening education in Bulduri (LV)
Nov 28th 2021

Bulduri Horticultural School is a professional vocational school with long lasting traditions belonging to the oldest gardening schools in Europe with a 110 year – old history. Since 1910 when the school was founded it has grown, transformed and developed. Today school is an education centre with modern technologies and nice surroundings. Bulduri Horticultural school […]

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Broadening horizons: Hungarian student in Serbia
Nov 20th 2021

Due to historical and geographical reasons there are significant Hungarian minorities in the neighbouring countries of this Eastern European state. A few years ago, the government started a program called “Határtalanul” (Boundless) in order to connect the nation in and out of the boarders. So it happened that EUROPEA training centre KMASZC started organising student […]

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News from Ireland
Nov 18th 2021

Teagasc educational programmes here in Ireland have returned to normal delivery in accordance with Covid19 protocols. It has been a challenging time for both students and staff but there has been great co-operation and adherence to public health guidelines. The QQI Level 5 Certificate in Agriculture students have recently started the first block of their […]

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HU and DK: Growing Experiences TOGETHER!
Nov 13th 2021

The cooperation within EUROPEA between Green Academy, Aarhus (DK) and KMASZC, Budapest (HU) is quite unique. They started “growing experiences” together almost ten years ago! With the help of ERASMUS+ framework today there are several programmes that Hungarian students can choose from in order to develop their professional skills in Denmark. × two long-term courses […]

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Digitalis and modern production technology in an open classroom
Nov 5th 2021

At Räpina School of Horticulture (EE), students study the cultivation of herbs on the shelves of Click & Grow in an open classroom. The idea of an open classroom was developed by gardening teachers Anu Käär and Katrin Uurman. The sitting boxes in the classroom were built by landscaping students under the guidance of teacher […]

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GROWING EXPERIENCES!
Nov 2nd 2021

The new campaign on the EUROPEA website! From November 2021 we would like to show you the greatest experiences, the best journeys and the widest smiles! All of them owing to some enthusiastic colleagues, our EUROPEA network and carried out with a “little” help of ERASMUS funding! How do we “grow experiences”?  We do our […]

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Hands on experience in Ireland or Iceland
Oct 31st 2021

In the weeks 42-44 Dalum Landbrugsskole has 34 agricultural students aged 16-17 experiencing the culture, language and working life in Ireland and on Iceland. The students live at farms across the countries where they are a part of a family or the working team. The first-year students get to manage horses, sheep or cows and […]

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Inspiring trip to France
Oct 28th 2021

Inspiring trip to France – two Danish teachers return with a lot of inspiration 🙂   Bent Laier and Mogens Toft from North Jutlands Agricultural School, visited France to investigate what challenges French farmers have in relation to the subject, production, sales, sustainability, and local conditions. What did they learn? The love for “the meal” […]

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Erasmus+ offers mobility and cooperation opportunities!
Oct 26th 2021

  Teachers from Green Academy Aarhus in Denmark with close collaboration with 12 teachers and 42 students from WorldSkills Romania  have been working on a Good Pollinators and Green Walls courses as a part of EPLUG project (Erasmus+ Key Action 3). Their stay was financed by Erasmus+ Key Action 1. The students had completed their assignment very well. They build different insects hotels by using renewable […]

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