The Transnational Association of the ECONAT project, through mutual cooperation, aims to transfer and disseminate the results of the “NATURA-NET” project so that they can be the driving force around which a model of rural development and good practices can be disseminated, as well as a type of training which will allow qualification, professionalization and access to employment for the most disadvantaged groups in rural areas regarding the sustainable management of Natural Areas and the Natura 2000 Network. In this way, it contributes to solve the problems of the sector and improve the situation of lack of professionalization and access to employment among the project target groups in those countries where the transfer will take place.

1.  Local and regional authorities.       
2.  People with no qualifications or in a stage of reconversion.        
3.  Rural women, Youth, Trade Unions, SME, tourism associations, educational authorities.
4.  Tourism and Services, Small and Medium enterprises.
5.  Nursery, Primary and Secondary schools.
6.  Experts in rural development.
7.  Experts in vocational training.

1.Transfer a new ability to access the labour market needs regarding the management of European Natural Areas and the Natura 2000 Network, using the results of the “Natura-Net” project (developed within the Leonardo Da Vinci Programme).

2.Adapt the contents of the tools to be transferred to the needs and requirements of the project target groups.

3.Promote the integration of the new learning with labour activity.

4.Carry out the transfer to new socio-cultural and linguistic contexts.

5.Enhance the involvement of all the actors in the environmental sector, training centres, non-formal education,local action groups, public and private companies… in the development of the project.

Promote the principle of equal opportunities in the work areas.

Foreseen activities and Results

  1. Project intermediate evaluation report.
  2. Project final report.
  3. New joint Curricular Design and Work-linked Practices Guide.
  4. General Good Practice Guide Natura 2000 Network.
  5. Pilot training course.
  6. Informative brochure.
  7. Website of the project.
  8. Informative Newsletters.
  9. Adhesion letters.
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