Title SI.FOR Sistema Formativo al Valore-Lavoro del Riuso
Project Number 2012-1-IT1-LEO05-02781
Product R9 - wp5 Methodology and operational programme of the horizontal testing phase including - the entire range of experiential learning in the reference sector - the tools for the identification of EQF and ECVET skills and levels of complexity.
Title R9 - wp5 Methodology and operational programme of the horizontal testing phase including - the entire range of experiential learning in the reference sector - the tools for the identification of EQF and ECVET skills and levels of complexity.
Product Type description of new occupation profiles
Marketing Text The experimentation has been validated by integrating the learning acquired during the study visits to the transferring partners with the evaluations which emerged from the professional profile's analysis. The validation run by UNIMORE is willing to define the basic conditions and contents to be considered throughout the field testing of the valorisation process in the selected areas (WEEE, textiles, bulky waste): a) which valorisation processes are suitable and transferable to the Italian context; b) which competences with respect to the identified processes. That system is characterized by an entrepreneurial/commercial vocation, being capable to strongly reduce the production of waste, increase new production chains, produce significant revenues, and being active on national, European and international markets. It has been planned to develop some feasibility studies on the transferability/adaptation of managerial competences fitting.
According to the waste policies adopted by the Emilia-Romagna regional Administration, the feasibility studies integrate with the vertical testing (WP6) and focus on the planning of transverse strategic processes for valorization in the 3 production chains
Textiles: inspired by the Flemish model of Prosper, observed in Belgium, the feasibility study aims at promoting a road map for the co-operation among the public and private actors who manage the local waste system. The model foresees, firstly, to intercept the amounts of textile waste that today are sold abroad and, secondly, to analyze the general logistics, the engineering of the sanification plants, the launch of a sales network.
Bulky waste: this waste area includes furniture, toys, bric-à-brac, other items, etc.; in this case the feasibility study has been inspired by the Walloon model of Komosie, observed in Belgium, and foresees to plan a structured process for the recycling/reuse of items and materials. Thanks to the interception of the waste inflows, the making and sales channels can be implemented. Moreover, the feasibility study aims at promoting locally a joint venture between the social economy enterprises and the associations to foster a local traceable system for the preparation/recycling/reuse of bulky waste.
WEEE: inspired by the French model of ENVIE, the feasibility study aims at identifying new relationships with the existing consortiums dealing with WEEE. According to the French identified processes - logistics, preparation, marketing and sale - the study investigates new modalities for intercepting the waste inflows and managing them within the local social economy. For bringing the WEEE onto the market, however, some complex tests are necessary and they need to define the duration of the items' life cycle as well as how long they have been used previously. At the same time it is necessary to ensure the quality of the by-products and their "useful life".
The feasibility studies are implemented by 3 working groups; the groups are constituted by 11 mangers and the project mentors/experts.
The feasibility studies are organized in phases: research, analysis, test, evaluation; the phases alternate with applied “at work” activities. The activities are mainly implemented at the managers' workplace, within the co-operatives participating in the project.
Target group Partnership
Result No. 9 WP 5
Area of application To share and manage in a uniform and comparable between all the various workers of social enterprises involved, adaptation activities, test equipment, verification, correction, full implementation, business models on three sectors of waste being transferred