Timeline circular skills in key moments
The Circular Skills project is starting in the mbo, commissioned by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management.
The Circular Skills project is being extended to secondary schools and colleges, with support from the Goldschmeding Foundation for Man, Work and Economy. Seven pilot projects will start at educational institutions throughout the country.
Learning for Tomorrow and ISSO present an exploration of Circular Skills in the construction and installation sector.
O3-Effect, Stichting Technotrend and DOON start a teacher consultation to map the state of affairs regarding the circular economy in pro, vmbo, mbo and hbo. Some 150 teachers will take part in the consultation.
Learning for Tomorrow and SME present the report of an in-depth market consultation on Circular Skills in the construction and installation sector. Some 45 companies are participating in the consultation.
Leren voor Morgen and Stichting Technotrend, together with Globe College, ROC TOP and Hogeschool Utrecht, are starting a pilot with knowledge sharing platform Guides.
Sustainable MBO launches the "Circular Skills in Construction" page, with modules, clip courses and guides on circular building, development and installation.
The first set of pilot projects is completed. A new series of 6 projects will start.
Learning for Tomorrow, IkCirculeer, SME and Circular Friesland are launching the Education Manual Circular Skills in Construction.
Learning for Tomorrow, NADO and Teachers for Climate are hosting two livecasts on Circular Skills from Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam.
The first Circular Skills symposium takes place digitally. Together, participants map out successes achieved and upcoming challenges.
Leren voor Morgen, Het Groene Brein, ISSO, S-BB, MBO College Lelystad, de Haagse Hogeschool and Hogeschool Zuyd present the talk sheet "Circular Skills in Context" to clarify what Circular Skills are.
Learning for Tomorrow is organizing a series of stakeholder dialogues in which participants from education, business, knowledge institutions, governments and the social field enter into dialogue with each other about the issue of 'learning and training for a circular economy'.
Learning for Tomorrow, Technotrend Foundation, SME, ManageMind Group, Bright Future Lab, Teachers for Climate, Heart & Head and Guides present the Sustainable Education Roadmap: a tool that allows schools to develop an integral and broadly supported vision and strategy for learning for sustainable development based on the Whole School Approach.
With support from Learning for Tomorrow, the Purpose Works initiative is starting to future-proof executive construction companies using Circular Skills.
Learning for Tomorrow, SME and NADO present the report of an in-depth market consultation on Circular Skills in the manufacturing industry. Some 15 pioneers from the world of circular textiles and furniture participated.
CINOP presents the report of an exploratory study on monitoring circular economy in vocational education.