Funding: 250.000k

Budget: 52.000k

Duration: 09/2022-02/2025


The main objectives of the project are to:

a) Identify the labour market needs and food sustainability best practises within the food and health sector across the partner countries

b) Evaluate digital competency training needs of food and health VET educators across Europe

c) Digitally upskill food and health VET educators in line with the DigiCompEdu framework

d) Develop and Implement training for VET educators on adapting food and health curricula to incorporate food sustainability and digital work-based competences


The project aims at reaching nine results:

  1. Publish a report on employers’ needs in the current Food and Health labour market based on focus groups with industry across partner countries
  2. Produce an infographic booklet on the food industry’s sustainable priorities and plans to achieve them
  3. Create an extensive list of job opportunities
  4. Present best practice case studies of food sustainability practices in partner countries
  5. Identify VET educator’s digital competency training needs – infographic displaying change in SELFIE score and outlining training needs highlighted
  6. Create an infographic booklet on digital skills to support Food and Health VET educators in the age of digital transformation
  7. Generate a report on current digital competency teaching practices in food and health curricula
  8. Present ‘best practice and online learnings from Covid’ from a staff training event
  9. Develop a training guide for Food and Health VET educators on developing and teaching digital competence and Food sustainable practises

Project Number: 2022-1-IE01-KA220-VET-000087508


Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (Ireland) – Coordinator

University of Cyprus (Cyprus)

The Polish Farm Advisory and Training Centre not-for-profit Sp. z o. o. (Poland)

Kauno maisto pramones ir prekybos mokymo centras (Lithuania)





Target Groups

Food and Health VET educators

Education Level

Vocational Education and Training


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