Workshop on Green Jobs and Climate Change

27.08.2015 -  

An international workshop on “Green Jobs and Climate Change” had been organized in Magdeburg by the international cooperation team of the Institute for Vocational Education and Human Resource Management, with the support of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GIZ GmbH Regional Office East Germany, from 10 to 13 December 2012. Participants had found their way from Mozambique, Indonesia and Vietnam to engage with representatives from businesses and manufacturing as well as from chambers, research institutions and other educational institutions. The 4-day program comprised presentations, interactive workshop sessions and study visits during which the participants had the opportunity to share experiences and discuss latest developments in the field of renewable energies, especially solar and wind power and training for renewable energies. The workshop has been aligned with the UN strategy for sustainable development and represents the first step towards the goal of establishing a long-term cooperation network to support the development of clean energy systems in developing countries in collaboration with the UNESCO-UNEVOC Centre Magdeburg and renewables stakeholders in Saxony-Anhalt.

Presentations of the Workshop

Hahne: Green Technologies in German Vocational Training Centres
Ludwig (Lucas Nuelle): Renewable Energy Education Concepts
Petersen-Thumser (GIZ): Framework Activities
Stolte (GIZ): International Cooperation in Green Technology and VET
Dahlke (Helionat): Science Center for Renewable Energies
Hock (Calyxo): CdTe Thin Film Technology in Sunbelt Countries
Horn (IHK Magdeburg): Economic Situation and Skilled Workforce
Narup (Windpark Druiberg): Renewable Energy Model Region Harz
Rudion (OVGU): Windpower in Saxony-Anhalt
Zimmermann (CSP Halle): Cluster Solar Valley Mitteldeutschland
Zischkale (HS Magdeburg-Stendal): Study Programme on Renewable Energies with GJU
Baumann (OVGU): Country Assessments


Letzte Änderung: 19.06.2019 - Ansprechpartner: UNEVOC Centre Magdeburg