The Training Plan - Plan for Knowledge transfer and educational sessions of PRESERVE provides an overview of different training activities and ideas to ensure that PRESERVE's research outputs are effectively shared within the consortium and with external stakeholders.
The PRESERVE Training Plan for Knowledge Transfer and Educational Sessions outlines the strategy for the training and educational activities within the PRESERVE project, including:
- the overall objectives of the training
- the themes and topics that shall be trained
- the various training activities to perform
- the training materials
- the targeted stakeholder groups
The overall objectives of the PRESERVE training activities are to support further research by expanding the European knowledge base for R&D projects and to support the development of new standards and regulations in the field of sustainable upcycling of bio-based packaging and polymers.
Some of the identified themes for training activities are:
- Technical expertise and practices
- Recycling & upcycling strategies
- Demonstrator products
- Policy & standardisation
- Bio-based materials & packaging
The number of training activities that shall be organised during the project lifetime include at least the following:
- 3 knowledge transfer workshops: aimed at sharing knowledge between the consortium partners
- 6 dedicated PRESERVE webinars: showcasing the preliminary (and final) results of the project to targeted internal and external audiences
- 18 third-party events for the “PRESERVE Roadshow”: project partners will be participating or getting involved in existing events organised by third parties, including trade fairs, exhibitions, workshops, seminars, conferences, round tables, etc.
Training materials and resources are provided for each training activity to support the effectiveness of the training (during the activity) and make the shared knowledge and data available publicly after the training event on the project website and on the Multi- Stakeholder Platform.
The targeted stakeholders are divided in two groups:
- Internal: members of the consortium
- External: Manufacturers and industry end-users, recyclers, policy makers, standardisation bodies and the research community.
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