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ERASMUS+ KA1 COURSES

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY MANAGEMENT @ SCHOOL

Learn how to involve your students in conducting a complete energy analysis of the school building, including an action plan for energy efficiency groups. The course will concretely show how you can get significant results in terms of reduction of CO2 emission starting from the school building, associating this to a curricular growth of the students.

METHODOLOGY

The training methodology will simulate the activities of an Energy
Management Team (EMT) composed of students with the role of
investigating the current situation with regards to energy use in
school buildings and cooperate to improve it. Three tests or surveys
will be carried out by the EMT:

  • The perceptive survey, which investigates how people
    perceive their working environment and how it makes them
    feel. The results of this survey will help to provide key areas of
    focus for…
  • The critical survey, which will look at the equipment and
    energy-related behavior in each area of the school.
  • The analytic survey, which will produce an energy balance for
    the school buildings and can be used to test the effectiveness
    of possible recommendations made as a result of the critical
    survey.

The EMTs then analyses the results of each of these surveys and
use the findings to produce a report detailing the current situation in
the school and providing recommendations for how the energy
efficiency of the school can be improved. This should be followed by
an energy efficiency campaign through which energy-saving behavior
can be promoted.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The course has the main aim of developing the competences of the
participants in the field of energy efficiency and sustainability, as well
as to train them on how to implement a energy analysis of a public
building and to exploit the platform containing the Open Educational
Resources developed with sem@schools.eu project. The main
learning outcomes are: energy sustainability of buildings; energy
balance of school buildings; action plan to improve energy efficiency;
e-learning and Moodle platforms; Open Educational Resources in
Energy Management for students of secondary vocational schools.

PROGRAMME

DAY 1

Welcome, getting to know each other, introduction to energy efficiency and climate change.

DAY 2

Presentation of the online platform and tool: how to use them, users, privileges, etc. The training modules and additional guidance material.

DAY 3

Methodology for the conduction of the training activities. How to actively involve the students.

DAY 4

The three surveys and the final report. From the collection of data to the final report.

DAY 5

Project management, the theory of change in social innovation initiatives.

DAY 6

Guided tour of Umbrian medieval villages and natural sites.

DAY 7

Free (departure of participants attending the basic course).

DAY 8

Presentation of the perceptive survey; individual compilation of the survey. Evaluation and follow-up.

DAY 9

Presentation of the critical survey; group compilation of the survey. Evaluation and follow-up.

DAY 10

Presentation of the analytical survey; group compilation of the survey. Evaluation and follow-up.

DAY 11

Green Jobs and Science education, how to get funds from the EU. Presentation of programmes and case studies. Firewall party.

DAY 12

Departure of participants.

EDITIONS

06-19 Mar 2017
12-25 Jun 2017
28 Aug-10 Sep 2017
06-19 Nov 2017
12-25 Mar 2018
11-24 Jun 2018

COSTS

Course fee:  € 700,00
Accomodation
HB SR: € 95,00/day
HB DR: € 80,00/day
FB SR: € 115,00/day
FB DR:€ 100,00/day
1 day guided tour included. Optional visits to Rome and Florence on request.

CONTACTS

Altheo Valentini

+39 347 12 99 123

info@egina.eu

www.egina.eu

WE SUPPORT YOU

If you are interested in submitting a Erasmus+ KA1 project proposal, we support you in preparing and submitting the application to your National Agency.
We have developed a set of guidelines for the preparation of the KA1 e-form, which we provide with no additional fees.
All the activities and services are fully covered by the grant received by Erasmus+ if the project is approved.

WE ARE FLEXIBLE

We receive international students, teachers and staff during the whole year.
Courses are offered in three different editions and with different formats.
Each course is structured so that it is possible to attend the basic level (20 hours in 6 days) or the advanced level (40 hours in 12 days).
Courses are organized in March, June, September and November.

WE ARE CERTIFIED

EGInA is a training agency accredited at the Umbria Region for the provision of initial, continuous and permanent vocational training.

We certify every mobility experience with the release of Europass Mobility and a certificate of attendance (validated by the Umbria Region in case of advanced

courses).