The TABLE consortium has been moving the first steps towards the development of the “Educational tips: learning snacks for I-VET teachers in the furniture and wood sector”, the first Intellectual Output of the project.
TABLE will work towards increasing exchanges between teachers and experts working in the field of furniture and sustainable development, thus increasing the possibilities of peer learning and building bridges between different European realities.
The TABLE projectintends to deliver a completely innovative training system based on micro-learning opportunities to i-VET (Initial Vocational Education and Training) teachers in the furniture and wood sector.
The idea behind the project is to give teachers new knowledge about environmental sustainability and reduction of the consumption of natural resources to increase the engagement of students into vet programmes related to furniture.
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