Sustainability

Sustainability

The principal way of disseminating the project results will be realized through designing and maintaining of the project website and Facebook profile. The structure of the working concept and website will allow three levels of access, including public access, partner access and administrative access – for maintenance activities.

Beside the basic dissemination tool support, documents will be released and distributed within the frame of the project events. The promotion before starting of the LL pilot activities will consist of an advertisement and informing campaign which will aim at informing general public on possibility of these programs through the leaflets/brochures, posters, commercials and articles. At the end of the project, and as activity of the diffusion of the project results, a final international conference will be organized were all outputs and outcomes will be presented.

Career guidance panels will be organized at each partner country and Croatian HEI. Panels will be aimed at promoting career guidance in general as a new HEI activity and divided in two types.

Potential in the project for tangle impact and multiplier effects will be based on making LL pilot activities as a regular and continuous in the partner HEI’s educational activities. Moreover, it should be the basis for development of new LL models. Furthermore, each partner HEI will continue to work on established activities and further development of career guidance.

Outcomes considering sustainability of the proposed project, and the strategy ensuring dissemination of the project results, on a longer term, are as follows:

  1. creation and (re)improvement of LL strategy on sustainable agriculture is currently based on a system based on the best-benchmarking practice, and a set of existing LL on sustainable agriculture; hence, by forming working groups consisting of partner institutions, business and policy makers, partner institutions will show their willingness to continue with established project networking both, during and after the project implementation;
  2. implementation of the Regional guidelines delivered by educational, business and authorities, working in a close partnership will enable recognition and evaluation of the prototype, long term models of LL on sustainable agriculture, and ensure sustainability;
  3. development of the curriculum will be based on the strategy brought by each partner (non-EU countries), and will be mentored and guided on educational and teaching methodologies by EU partner universities; curriculum will be defined according to the labour market needs, and approved at HEI, business and entrepreneurial sector levels;
  4. implementation of at least one pilot activity considering LL on sustainable agriculture (i.e. course, e-learning) during the project, by introducing and training of the university teaching staff and students involved in regular study programmes, as well as Alumni (interested in widening and expanding their knowledge and education/al level);
  5. dissemination of information considering importance and benefits of LL on sustainable agriculture during and after project’s activities will be provided by formal and informal communication channels, set trough this project which ensure sustainable networking among all partner countries, as well as spread to other ADA countries;
  6. project outcomes, beside established strategy and curriculum, will enable trained academic staff, businessman, students and other stakeholders that, by guidelines set trough this project, will provide sustainability;
  7. after finalizing the project, and via established communication networking, further motivation between partner universities, new interested regional universities, Alumni, students, policy makers, and universities (from ADA region not participating in this project) will be present, with focus on LL on sustainable agriculture providing financial benefits in the future, ensuring a long term project sustainability.

The principal way of disseminating the project results will be realized through designing and maintaining of the project website and Facebook profile. The structure of the working concept and website will allow three levels of access, including public access, partner access and administrative access – for maintenance activities.

Beside the basic dissemination tool support, documents will be released and distributed within the frame of the project events. The promotion before starting of the LL pilot activities will consist of an advertisement and informing campaign which will aim at informing general public on possibility of these programs through the leaflets/brochures, posters, commercials and articles. At the end of the project, and as activity of the diffusion of the project results, a final international conference will be organized were all outputs and outcomes will be presented.

Career guidance panels will be organized at each partner country and Croatian HEI. Panels will be aimed at promoting career guidance in general as a new HEI activity and divided in two types.

Potential in the project for tangle impact and multiplier effects will be based on making LL pilot activities as a regular and continuous in the partner HEI’s educational activities. Moreover, it should be the basis for development of new LL models. Furthermore, each partner HEI will continue to work on established activities and further development of career guidance.

Outcomes considering sustainability of the proposed project, and the strategy ensuring dissemination of the project results, on a longer term, are as follows:

  1. creation and (re)improvement of LL strategy on sustainable agriculture is currently based on a system based on the best-benchmarking practice, and a set of existing LL on sustainable agriculture; hence, by forming working groups consisting of partner institutions, business and policy makers, partner institutions will show their willingness to continue with established project networking both, during and after the project implementation;
  2. implementation of the Regional guidelines delivered by educational, business and authorities, working in a close partnership will enable recognition and evaluation of the prototype, long term models of LL on sustainable agriculture, and ensure sustainability;
  3. development of the curriculum will be based on the strategy brought by each partner (non-EU countries), and will be mentored and guided on educational and teaching methodologies by EU partner universities; curriculum will be defined according to the labour market needs, and approved at HEI, business and entrepreneurial sector levels;
  4. implementation of at least one pilot activity considering LL on sustainable agriculture (i.e. course, e-learning) during the project, by introducing and training of the university teaching staff and students involved in regular study programmes, as well as Alumni (interested in widening and expanding their knowledge and education/al level);
  5. dissemination of information considering importance and benefits of LL on sustainable agriculture during and after project’s activities will be provided by formal and informal communication channels, set trough this project which ensure sustainable networking among all partner countries, as well as spread to other ADA countries;
  6. project outcomes, beside established strategy and curriculum, will enable trained academic staff, businessman, students and other stakeholders that, by guidelines set trough this project, will provide sustainability;
  7. after finalizing the project, and via established communication networking, further motivation between partner universities, new interested regional universities, Alumni, students, policy makers, and universities (from ADA region not participating in this project) will be present, with focus on LL on sustainable agriculture providing financial benefits in the future, ensuring a long term project sustainability.