by EuroFUE-UJI | 29 Mar 2021 | Ecoblue Tourism en, Proyecto Ecoblue Tourism
FUE-UJI has participated presenting the Erasmus+ Ecoblue Tourism project in the 3rd session of the cycle “European Funds 2021 2027” organised by EuropeDirect Castellón. This 3rd session of the cycle focuses on presenting the European Funding Funds for private entities and companies, as well as success stories financed in different European programmes aimed at these audiences, as is the case of the Ecoblue Tourism project.
The conference held on Thursday 11 March was opened by Pau Ferrando, Deputy for Economic Promotion, Employment and Internationalisation of the Provincial Council of Castelló, who highlighted the importance of going hand in hand with companies that have much to offer the EU in terms of sustainability and digitisation. Angel Adell, CEO of Euradia, then presented the different financing options for private entities and companies through the European Financing Funds: “European funds require an access strategy and knowledge of all the available financing mechanisms”.
Success stories have been presented by the Centro Nacional de Experimentación de Tecnologías de Hidrógeno y Pilas de Combustible (CNH2) with the Interreg SUDOE IMPROVEMENT project, the Fundación Empresa Universidad Galicia (FEUGA) with the H2020 Soil diver agro project, GFM Fotovoltaica with the FEDER Aliena project and Fundación Universitat Jaume I-Empresa de Castelló (FUE-UJI) with the Erasmus+ Ecoblue Tourism project.
The Ecoblue Tourism project on training in entrepreneurship in the blue and sustainable tourism sector presented at the conference the keys for the preparation of proposals in the Erasmus+ call for proposals. The session also presented the consortium that forms the project and the different activities it carries out, its adaptation of contents and training to COVID-19, as well as the expected results of this project that ends next August after two years of implementation.
by EuroFUE-UJI | 24 Mar 2021 | Proyecto Ecoblue Tourism
La FUE-UJI ha participado presentando el proyecto Erasmus+ Ecoblue Tourism en la 3a sesión del ciclo “Fondos Europeos 2021 2027” organizada por EuropeDirect Castellón. Esta 3a sesión del ciclo se centra en presentar los Fondos de Financiación europeos para entidades privadas y empresas, así como casos de éxito financiados en distintos programas europeos dirigidos a estos públicos, como es el caso del proyecto Ecoblue Tourism.
La jornada celebrada el jueves 11 de marzo ha sido inaugurada por Pau Ferrando diputado de Promoción Económica, Empleo e Internacionalización de la Diputación de Castelló, quien ha destaca la importancia de ir de la mano de las empresas que mucho tienen que ofrecer a la UE en sostenibilidad y digitalización. A continuación, Angel Adell, CEO de Euradia ha presentado las distintas opciones de financiación para entidades privadas y empresas a través de los Fondos de Financiación Europeos: “Los fondos europeos necesitan de una estrategia de acceso y de conocer todos los mecanismos de financiación disponibles”.
Han presentado casos de éxito Centro Nacional de Experimentación de Tecnologías de Hidrógeno y Pilas de Combustible (CNH2) con el Proyecto Interreg SUDOE IMPROVEMENT, la Fundación Empresa Universidad Galicia (FEUGA) con el proyecto H2020 Soil diver agro, GFM Fotovoltaica con el proyecto FEDER Aliena y la Fundación Universitat Jaume I-Empresa de Castelló (FUE-UJI) con el proyecto Erasmus+ Ecoblue Tourism.
El proyecto Ecoblue Tourism sobre formación en emprendimiento en el sector del turismo azul y sostenible ha presentado en la jornada las claves para la preparación de propuestas en la convocatoria Erasmus+. También se ha presentado en la sesión el consorcio que forma el proyecto y las distintas actividades que este lleva a cabo, su adaptación de contenidos y formación al COVID-19, así como los resultados esperados en este proyecto que finaliza el próximo mes de agosto tras dos años de implementación.
by EuroFUE-UJI | 22 Mar 2021 | Adult Com Media Lab en
The first transnational online meeting of the Adult Community Media Lab (ACML) project marks the start of this Erasmus+ project on the digital age and social networks. The main objective of this Erasmus+ project, in which the FUE-UJI is a partner, is the training of adults in social media and digitalisation. ACML brought together all its partners online on February 17th to launch the initial activities of the project. Among the topics addressed at the meeting, the lines of development and implementation of the innovative ACML digital social media training programme were established, which will be based on an intelligent and open learning environment that includes methodologies that accelerate, motivate and improve the learning processes of the participants.
This first meeting between international partners was led by its coordinator, the Yenesehir Public Education Centre (Turkey). In addition to the project coordinator and FUE-UJI, representatives of all members of the ACML project consortium have participated in this meeting, the Ova Information Systems Industry and Trade Limited Company (Turkey), the Yenisehir District MEM (Turkey), the Instytut Badan i Innowacji w Edukacji Foundation (Poland), the Ecoistituto del Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy) and the Croatian Office of Creativity and Innovation (Croatia).
Once the first steps of the ACML project have been determined, as well as its visual identity and dissemination channels, the consortium will work over the next two years on the development of the training platform and the training programme for adults in social media and adaptation to the digitalisation era, a training that is considered to be of great urgency given the leap towards digitalisation experienced worldwide in the last year and whose trend is expected to continue.
by EuroFUE-UJI | 22 Mar 2021 | FUNICE en
The FUNICE project has started its activity after the first transnational meeting between its partners, which was held online on February 3rd. The main objective of this Erasmus+ project, in which FUE-UJI is a partner, is to reduce the gap between research and farmers with the aim of improving their training in organic agriculture. In order to lay the foundations for the initial development of the training programme, this first meeting has been held between international partners led by its coordinator, Association de Développement Rural International du Bas Segala from France.
All the members of the FUNICE project consortium have participated in the analysis of the project idea, the objectives, the planned activities and the expected results, as well as in the definition of the visual identity of the project. Besides the coordinator (Association de Développement Rural International du Bas Segala from France) and FUE-UJI, representatives of the other entities of the consortium have also participated in the meeting: Growth Coop (Spain), the municipality of Karesi (Turkey), Balikesir University (Turkey), Association ARID (Poland) and the Institute of Plant Breeding and Acclimatization of Grodkowice (Poland).
The FUNICE project, which will be implemented over 2 years, will coordinate its actions to develop in the coming months a first specialised and innovative training programme on the advantages of using mycoryza in agriculture. This training, aimed especially at farmers, will promote organic and more sustainable agriculture, reducing the use of pesticides and fertilisers.
by EuroFUE-UJI | 22 Mar 2021 | FUNICE en
The FUNICE project, in which the FUE-UJI participates as a partner, has been one of the projects approved by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme in the modality “Strategic Partnerships for Vocational and Educational Training”. This project will be coordinated by the Association de Développement Rural International du Bas Segala from France.
FUNICE, which aims to reduce the gap between research and farmers in order to improve their training in organic agriculture, has 6 other international partners in addition to its coordinator. The partner organisations of the project are the Fundación Universitat Jaume I-Empresa (Spain), Growth Coop (Spain), the municipality of Karesi (Turkey), the University of Balikesir (Turkey), Association ARID (Poland) and the Institute of Plant Breeding and Acclimatization of Grodkowice (Poland).
All partners in the consortium will work together over the next two years to train agricultural professionals in sustainability and the use of organic components in production. They will also be trained in reducing the use of fertilisers and pesticides.