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Improving soft skills; attitude through and towards employment, education or training. Improving hard skills or technical knowledge through and towards employment, education or training. Increasing awareness of work opportunities and career possibilities.

From "seeds to plate", producing plantlets and high quality compost

Delsamme farm is a socioprofessional integration operator who has a training section in market gardening. Within Green and Blue Futures, it develops its activities in producing what are their actual inputs: plantlets and good quality compost.

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Implement market gardening and socio-professional integration in urban area

The action will focus on the creation of a training section of market gardening. The Régie will first set up small parcels within the district for the production of vegetables. It will then study and implement the distribution of the production aiming at the population of the deprived area.

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Certification of trainees by social promotion school network

Delsamme farm is a socioprofessional integration operator who has a training section in market gardening. Within Green and Blue Futures, it improves the career paths of trainees through official recognition of their competencies by the Provincial Social Promotion School Network.

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Improvements to the Caldon Canal

The Caldon Canal is used as the infrastructure for accredited training for young people to enhance their employability via skills enhancement and broadening their social skills through teamworking. A mixture of well established and new volunteers - groups and individuals - and unemployed young people undertake environmental, heritage and access improvements, improving the wildlife, heritage and tourism value of the canal.

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Creating value through knowledge

In Flanders, people working in the social economy sector are able to follow courses and get some attestation for acquired skills. However, these are not strongly recognized by the regular economy. This pilot aims to set up a recognised system.

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Canal College

An outdoors heritage skills training programme for young people living in Edinburgh or Falkirk. 16-25 year old volunteers, who are not in employment, education or training, complete the 14 week course on the Forth & Clyde Canal, Union Canal and at The Falkirk Wheel. The course is free to the participants.

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Study of implementation of spirulina under greenhouses on the banks of the Sambre

The project of spirulina farming led by Succeed in Sambre Avesnois has the ambition to make the Sambre a pilot area for sustainable development by developing new economic activity on the banks of the river through intensive production (market gardening) of spirulina. This will also allow the inhabitants to reconnect with the waterways.

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Develop market gardening and socio-professional integration in a rural environment

Development of professional training in gardening and broadening of the range of competencies covered by the training, while keeping in mind its neighbourhood revitalisation mission.

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Gingerbread cafe and cookery school

Gingerbread Cafe offers volunteering, training and employment opportunities to local people, including those from disadvantaged groups. Gingerbread Cafe is run on a not for profit basis by Forth Valley Enterprise, whose aim is to develop and manage a number of services and projects, which will benefit the local community of Falkirk and surrounding areas.

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