Newsletter of VEforCA project is now available on our webpage. In english version there is Newsletter in English and Italian version.


Reports from the first action available under the “Results” tab.

We encourage you to familiarize yourself with our results.



What can be done to better protect our environment? Is it profitable to engage in pro-ecological activities? Maybe this topic is quite new to you? All hands on deck!  

Help us find solutions that will also enable the vocational education sector to become more involved in climate protection

Fill out a short, anonymous survey.

It will take you no more than 4 minutes and the results will be a valuable source of knowledge for us in further work on the project “What vocational training can do for climate action” (VEforCA).  

We especially invite PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THE EDUCATION/TRAINING SECTOR, advisors, educators, as well as LEARNERS and PARENTS. Your feedback is important to us!                                                                                             


Link to the survey can also be found on the Foundation’s Facebook page:

*the survey is in Polish


First Transnational Project Meeting within project VEforCA.

On July 22nd this year, the first partnership meeting of the VEforCA (What Vocational Education can do for Climate Action) project took place in Lublin.

Together with our partners from Rome – Prometeo, we have organized project’s work. At first, we will carry out research (quantitative and qualitative) on possible ways of using the citizen science method for environmental protection. During the meeting, we defined research goals and methodology of work. The next steps in our project are the development of training on the possibility of using citizen science in VET institutions and the preparation of educational materials about ecology for us and for other institutions of the VET sector.

It was a very productive meeting. We exchanged many insights and developed specific tools for further cooperation in the project. If you want to know more about the project, please visit Facebook:

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