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New opportunity to boost your career in the business world!

We are excited to announce that thanks to the collaboration of www.fundacion2100.es and Instituto Aragonés de Empleo (INAEM), we are launching a series of free training courses that you won’t want to miss!
Don’t miss this opportunity for professional growth – enroll now and start your journey to entrepreneurial success! ✨ #EntrepreneurshipTraining #ProfessionalGrowth #FreeEducation.

New courses for priority employed workers:

  1. Management skills and team management (65 hours)
  2. Leadership and management of organisations (100 hours)
  3. Business management for entrepreneurs (165 hours)
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Future scientists in action: Santa Ana School in Calatayud organises practical science activity for students with the ERASMUS + CCDE Project

The students of Santa Ana school in Calatayud have enjoyed today an exciting scientific experience in which they have learned about chemical reactions in a fun and interactive way.

This has been made possible through the Comarca de Calatayud with the collaboration of the GEInnova team that develops the European project “Circular chemistry in the digital era” to improve science learning in the classroom in a practical and fun way.

The activity consisted of filling some bottles with lemon juice and others with vinegar and then placing a balloon in the mouth of the bottle, which contained sodium bicarbonate. By mixing the two ingredients, a chemical reaction took place, generating carbon dioxide, a gas that inflated the balloon without the need to blow it up.
The students were able to watch in amazement as the balloon inflated by itself, while learning about the basic principles of chemistry and physics. The activity allowed them to understand concepts such as chemical decomposition, gas formation and pressure.

Santa Ana School in Calatayud is committed to an innovative and experiential education that motivates students to learn and discover the world around them. Through these types of activities, the school seeks to encourage scientific curiosity, critical thinking and creativity in its students.

For more information about the project visit the Instagram page!

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Stay Connected project takes off with Transnational Kick-off meeting in Cyprus

On 30-31 January, a kick-off meeting was held in Cyprus for the innovative Erasmus+ project Stay Connected (KA220 – ADU), aimed at revolutionising the landscape of online educational resources, modular training for organisations and employees working in hybrid spaces, and the development of a comprehensive toolkit for HR professionals.

Partner organisations contributing to the success of the project that met in Cyprus:
– INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT LTD, Cyprus
– University of Patras, Greece.
– The Rural Hub C, Ireland
– Mindshift Talent, Portugal.
– Gestión Estratégica e Innovación SL, Spain.
– INNOVADE, Cyprus.

One of the focal points of the event was the presentation of a preview of the project’s state-of-the-art e-learning platform that will be used by the project:
– It will offer a wide range of educational resources and tools to facilitate the navigation of managers and HR professionals in hybrid workplaces.
– It will be a repository of world-class training materials.
– It will serve as a collaborative space for the exchange of best practices and interaction among participants.

 

The meeting provided an overview of the various work packages (WP) and key objectives of the project, with particular emphasis on:

WP2: Leveraging digitisation and evidence-based hybrid meeting practices to improve workplace efficiency.

WP3: Develop a comprehensive training programme for HR professionals and managers, including a two-day workshop and pilot initiatives in partner countries to gather feedback and refine training modules.

WP4: Creation of an online learning platform and Open Educational Resources (OER) to facilitate access to educational materials, research and practical tools.

WP5: Lead dissemination and exploitation efforts within the project through the creation of a dedicated website, social media presence and a Sustainability Plan to ensure the long-term viability of the project results.

The Stay Connected project allows to address the evolving challenges of hybrid work environments and to ensure equal opportunities for all employees. The strong commitment and enthusiasm of the participants underlines the urgency and relevance of such initiatives, and points to a promising path towards fostering fairer and more inclusive workplaces.

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The final event of “Re-Cultural Heritage”

The “Re-Cultural Heritage” project has reached its conclusion after two years of work and collaboration for cultural heritage preservation and sustainable development in Europe. This project funded by the European Union, has focused on the preservation and promotion of cultural heritage, the promotion of rural tourism and professional development.

On 22 February, we organised an event in the Pignatelli Hall which was attended by a diverse group of people to hear presentations by the management of the Santa María de Albarracín Foundation, the Directorate General for Cultural Heritage of the Government of Aragon and our management.

We at GEINNOVA announce the completion of the “Re-Cultural Heritage” Project with pleasure, presenting the activities and results obtained thanks to the collaboration of our European partners. With special thanks to the Santa María de Albarracín Foundation. The Foundation dedicated to turning Albarracín into a cultural emblem, has been the European coordinator in the implementation of our initiatives.

The main focus of “Re-Cultural Heritage” has been to integrate the preservation of cultural heritage with the economic and social development of the local community. It is a matter of revitalising the cultural environment to generate employment opportunities and sustainable growth in rural tourism.

This project’s strategy focuses on empowering the community to take an active role in the management and promotion of their heritage. This ensures long-term sustainability and greater involvement of local inhabitants in the conservation of their cultural identity.

For more information on the “Re-Cultural Heritage” project and its results, do not hesitate to consult its website www.re-culturalheritage.eu/.

 

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GEInnova organises interactive activities for grandparents in Illueca and Abizanda

GeInnova and its partners in Greece, Italy and Romania have launched the project “GREAT”: project: Grandparenting as Resource to Enhance the Educational Adult Community, to improve and value grandparents’ skills and at the same time strengthen their family relationships.

The goals of this project are clear: to promote and enrich grandparents’ skills, stimulate their creativity, and provide them with tools to enhance their interpersonal relationships, both in person and remotely, especially with their grandchildren.

To achieve these goals, GEInnova has developed an ergonomic and pedagogical online training platform, offering grandparents the opportunity to train autonomously. This platform offers several modules covering various themes based on non-formal learning, including examples of activities, games, videos, and songs.

In addition to online training, the GEInnova team organized interactive activities in Illueca.
Among these, a “cooking workshop” was particularly appreciated, fostering the exchange of culinary knowledge among participants of different generations. This activity allowed the sharing of family recipes and memories related to cooking, thereby strengthening family ties.
Furthermore, an “Expressive Arts Festival”, held in Illueca and Abizanda, encouraged creative expression through activities such as watercolor painting and the creation of mood boards. These initiatives promoted personal expression and the exploration of individual creativity. Moreover, participants had the opportunity to take part in an activity in Abizanda on preventing emergency situations. This enabled them to improve their first-aid skills and anticipate their actions when interacting with their grandchildren to enjoy their time in a safe environment.

The various initiatives implemented by the “GREAT” project aim to facilitate intergenerational collaboration, stimulate creativity, and offer simple and playful activities suitable for everyone, thus promoting strengthened and enriching family relationships.

Para más información sobre el proyecto “GREAT” y sus resultados, no dude en consultar su página web.

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Successful GEINNOVA Conference at ESIC

On 7 February, ESIC hosted the GEINNOVA team formed by Micol Petrone, Zaira Villalba and Naomi Nervo to give students a talk on personal and professional development through training.

Essential aspects such as the interpersonal skills known as “softskills” in today’s uncertain, volatile and complex employment landscape were explored in depth.

GEINNOVA, as a company focused on innovation and inclusion, called for continuous learning and innovation as a transversal value of leadership in both personal and professional spheres.

In addition, they were shown free trainings with European programmes such as the REMIND project, dedicated to cultivate transversal competences applicable to all spheres of life exposed in an online training of which we have been providers of the platform and contents.

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Creative Europe to support 40 projects in 2024 to boost literary translations

Open call in 2024 to promote literary translations

Apply before 16 April 2024 to get funding for the translation, promotion, and circulation of European literary works of fiction. With this call, worth €5 million, Creative Europe finances 40 projects.

Budget: 5 000 000 EUR

Programme: Creative Europe Programme (CREA)

Type of action: CREA-LS CREA Lump Sum Grants

Creative Europe’s 2024 call supports the translation, promotion, and circulation of European literary works of fiction (novels, poetry, comics etc.) with a total budget of €5 million.

40 projects will receive funding and the call is open for individual organisations or consortia.

The deadline for application is 16 April 2024 at 17:00 GMT+1

 

Call specific priorities:

  • – Enhance European literary diversity and circulation.
  • – Promote translation, publication, and marketing of works in less-spoken languages.
  • – Expand readership, especially among youth, fostering appreciation for European literature.
  • – Boost book sector competitiveness through collaboration across the value chain.
  • – Advocate for visibility, fair conditions, and proper remuneration for literary translators, ensuring their acknowledgment in published works.

All the projects financed under this action must regard inclusion, diversity, gender equality and the environmental transition in their design and implementation.

Eligibility

  • – Works of fiction in languages from countries taking part in the Creative Europe programme are eligible. Latin and ancient Greek as well as certain regional and minority languages are also eligible.
  • – Organisations active in the publishing and book sector are eligible to apply. Individuals cannot apply on their own.

Expected results

The initiative will support approximately 40 projects led by either a single entity or a group of organizations. Each project, based on a editorial and promotional strategy, should include at least 5 eligible translated fiction works. Criteria include fostering literature diversity, ensuring broad access, expanding readership, promoting collaboration across the literary ecosystem, enhancing translator visibility and fair compensation, and aligning with Creative Europe and Culture Strand 2024 priorities.

For more information click here!

 

 

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GEINNOVA offers training to Zaragoza City Hall public workers in 2023

At GEINNOVA, we are proud to share the online training courses that we have had the privilege of delivering under tender by Zaragoza City Hall throughout the year 2023.

Our training offer was characterised by five different courses:
– Learning to manage stress (20 hours).
– How to manage present conflicts and avoid future ones (30 hours)
– Techniques for successful negotiation (20 hours)
– Games for innovation (30 hours)
– Good practices in the design of European projects (40 hours)

The main objective of the online courses was to empower participants with practical skills and expertise that would enable them to improve their professional and personal performance and contribute to the success of their work activities and projects.
These courses represent our ongoing commitment to the professional development and personal growth of our participants. In fact, one of our aims is to ensure continuous training through our e-learning platform aimed at improving users’ professional skills and competencies. In particular, our methodology blends the best solutions of Rise Articulate to create visual and interactive content and the Moodle platform, a world leader in its field.
We will continue to offer training services in 2024 to meet the learning needs of our community.

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Descriptive Mapping of AE in Environmental Awareness and Sustainable Development

We introduce the Descriptive Mapping of Adult Education in Environmental Awareness and Sustainable Development.

This report was developed within the project WE: Real-World Education to foster environmental awareness.

You can read it by downloading it here
EN_WEMappingReport.pdf (52 downloads)

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Project ARCH: unifying Past, Present and Future

We are thrilled to introduce our innovative project “ARCH: Bringing Cultural Heritage to the digital Era; Unifying Past, Present and Future”, which aims to engage and educate Primary Education students aged 9 to 12 through an exciting combination of a mobile application and a cultural heritage game.

At our first transnational meeting in Patras (Greece), our consortium made significant progress in developing the project’s first and second outcomes: an interactive application and an engaging game centred on cultural heritage. These educational tools are being carefully designed to ignite children’s curiosity, foster appreciation for cultural heritage, and provide a fun learning experience.

Our cutting-edge application serves as a gateway to an immersive world of cultural heritage. Through captivating visuals, informative content, and interactive activities, children will embark on a journey of discovery. They will have the opportunity to explore various cultural sites and engage with the rich tapestry of human heritage. Our application is not just educational; it also ensures an entertaining experience that keeps children captivated and eager to learn more.

In addition to the application, we are working on our cultural heritage game. This dynamic and interactive game invites children to answer questions related to cultural heritage in a fun way. By navigating different locations and historical periods and deepen their understanding of the fascinating world of cultural heritage. Our game tries to merge entertainment with education, making learning an enjoyable and rewarding experience.

In this project our mission is to inspire children to explore and appreciate cultural heritage, and we firmly believe that ARCH will achieve this goal. By combining the power of technology, interactive experiences, and educational content, we aim to ignite a lifelong passion for cultural heritage in young minds.