InnoSuTra continues with the predecessor project InnoSupport by updating and extending the content of the practical Guide that was developed to support innovations in SMEs. Its content covers subjects which are part of the innovation process and the acceptance of the guide has proved its usefulness. The chapters of the guide are structured in a quick and easy to use format and services goal-oriented information needs in the working process www.innosutra.net
Support traditional, producer & regional oriented agri-food networks and associations in their migration towards an innovative, client & market oriented network/association model, through the development and implementation of an evaluation toolkit and the exchange of experiences with other organisations and entities of reference at the European level.
TRAINMOR-KNOWMORE is a pilot project supported by the Leonardo da Vinci Programme. Its aim is to develop and test training material, methodologies, practices and tools (knowledge audit tools) in support of Organisational Knowledge Management. According to our approach, knowledge, which is one of the most important intangible organizational assets, must be systematically exploited in order for organizations to develop and sustain a competitive advantage. Although the importance of Knowledge Management is now being recognized by most companies as well as by other organizations (Universities, etc.) the necessary tools and practices in a European context are not readily available. TRAINMOR-KNOWMORE partners aim to address this gap.
FLOSSCom project targets to identify the factors contributing to successful knowledge construction in informal learning communities, such as the Free/Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS) communities, analyze the effectiveness of FLOSS-like learning community in a formal educational setting and provide guidelines for teachers and decision-makers on how to successfully embed such learning communities within formal educational environments to enhance student progression, retention and achievement. The results will be disseminated to the wider community.
The overall aim of the TRACTORS project is to develop intergraded training framework (material and methodologies) for creativity and Innovation in the working place, aiming to support the European SMEs and R&D organizations to benefit from this knowledge and use it in a practical manner. It also targets to increase the competitiveness and the innovation capacity of European SMEs and other interested organisations, by providing them with the necessary creativity tools and practices for their every day activities.
From Farm to Fork Food Safety Specialist Training Program
SLET project initially aims to identify the training needs in all topics related to the process of participation in electronic tendering (e.g. tender platforms, tender assistance, digital signature and encryption, technical equipment, legal aspects in EU member countries). The overall aim is to develop the main product, which is a on line support platform including e-learning material suitable for vocational training in classroom as well as for learning on demand at the work place.