Solar CV is a project funded by European Commission under the Erasmus+ programme. It aims at increasing the response of Vocational Education Training (VET) systems by anticipating the Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) labour demand, integrating work-based learning (WBL) in the design of CSP VET and increasing mobility of EU CSP learners, by the recognition of learning outcomes and by achieving qualifications.
SOLAR CV (Curriculum & Validation) tools are designed considering ECVET and EQAVET European references, so the resulting products ensure a better understanding and comparability of qualifications across countries.
Solar CV project has recently released three reports:
- Report on Skills and training provision needs per country and EU level
The report identifies the needs on a country by country basis of the members of the consortium. This analysis of skill needs per country aims at helping target the exact necessities of each country in terms of CSP skills. It also contributes to define the more general attributes and skill set necessary on a European level in terms of CSP competences, allowing the design of an EU Competence profile in the domain.
- Report on innovative tools from LLP projects designing EU competence profiles and EU CVs
The study gathers the best practices and tools for the definition of Competence Profiles, Curricula and learning units.
The study also provides the identification of the better framework where implement the CSP CV following the classification of European Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations (ESCO).
- Report on current situation of non-formal, informal and formal training in the CSP sector
The report describes the existing structure of non-formal, informal and formal learning in CSP as well the situation with regard to the accreditation of previous experience.
The study identifies the most important training centres for non-formal, informal and formal education in CSP in Greece, Italy and Spain.
The report includes a research of possible products for the EU CV from CSP sector (contents, learning methodologies, materials, etc.) at EU level.