Gender, green transition, microcredentials
Women are underrepresented in the green sectors and often are missing the relevant skills profiles to tackle the green transition. Micro-credentials have been used at the local and regional level as a flexible and targeted tool in lifelong learning to address specific skills shortages.
Is it therefore possible for micro-credentials to address the green skills gap from a view of gender parity? If so, how?
Join the event organised by the Gender Task Force of EARLALL, EAEA and EfVET to explore how the use of micro-credentials can support gender equality and green transition.
Date and Time: 11.10.2023 from 4.30 pm to 6 pm CET.
Registration and more information here: EARLALL website
For more information please contact our Capacity Building Officer aleksandra.kozyra[at]eaea.org