Survey on Green Care training needs

The Green4C project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme by the European Union, is a project that aims at increasing Europe’s innovation capacity among universities and businesses to promote green and natural approaches to health and social care.

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The recently launched Green4C project, which focuses on forest care, social agriculture, urban green care and green care tourism, encourages the participation of an open survey to better understand how widespread Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Green Care initiatives are, and what stakeholders and interested citizens consider are the most relevant training needs.

By completing this questionnaire, participants will help Green4C team develop targeted opportunities to address those needs. These opportunities will include online training courses, hackathons and a business accelerator course. The survey takes 15-20 minutes to complete and it includes questions on background, experience and expectations in Green Care, Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The survey is voluntary and anonymous and the data will be analysed in an aggregated way.

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About Green4C project

Green4C is a three-year (2020-2023) Erasmus+ learning and exchange project that aims to contribute to the development of Green Care entrepreneurial opportunities that focus on health, wellbeing and social inclusion through nature-based solutions.

Green4C is promoted by The University of Padova and Etifor in partnership with Meath Partnership, Elevate, The Universitatea Transilvania din Brasov, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Bundesamt für Wald, European Forest Institute, Wageningen University and Research, Forest Design, The University of British Columbia, The University College Dublin.

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