Newsletter 03

Finalization of Project Result 2: Training for Trainers materials and guidelines for sustainable adult centres as “repair cafés”

From the 27th of February to the 2nd of March, partners gathered in Ljubljana for a Short-term joint staff training event, where the objective was to upgrading the skills and competences of adult educators in terms of circular economy and the concepts around sustainable digital education with specific focus on correct tech device management. For that, the staff implemented some activities based on the 2nd Project Result, such as a brainstorming about the meaning of “right to repair” and a photo contest where the theme was e-waste.

Moreover, the Toolkit that you can find in the 2nd Result, can be used by a wider audience interested in organizing and conducting trainings and workshops on e-waste upcycling. It is particularly relevant to educators and teachers who are unfamiliar with organizing short-term training programs and specific training interventions on Circular Economy. They are invited to use this toolkit as a pragmatic guide to formulate and strengthen e-waste management systems.

Finalization of Project Result 3: Environmental digital education training material for adults (Online Course)

The third project result is the training material for learners centred on practical everyday situations related to technology use, repair and recycle, which aims at transferring knowledge and co-test it with learners.

The Online Course responds to the needs of having clear information for adults as well as raising awareness on unsustainable lifestyles related to technology. Furthermore, it relates to the practical competencies to be transferred to adults in terms of reusing, recycling and repairing, critically assess and limit the way one uses technology and how many things can concretely be done at home.

Finally, Partners met in beautiful Jávea, Spain, to discuss about the next steps to follow and test the Online Course which is now available in all partners languages (English, Swedish, Slovenian, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Bulgarian and Finnish), so go ahead and register to upskill your knowledge about e-waste management and circular economy on:

So, stay tuned for more news and do not forget to follow RE-PEER’s news on the project website and official on social media pages! Thank you!


2 years (02.01.2022 to 01.01.2024)

This project has been funded with the support of the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Project No: 2021-1-SE01-KA220-ADU-000026264

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