Objective of the project: Nowadays universities provide a wide range of possible specialisations and higher education is becoming more available for a growing number of young people in Europe. The number of young conservationists with relevant degrees has multiplied over the past decade. The likelihood of getting a job can be increased by enhancing entrepreneurship and skills required on the labour market.
o Share European differences, needs, strengths and weaknesses in that biodiversity management career guidance.
o Identify employer knowledge and skills needs and link to HEI career guidance
o To produce, test, evaluate and re-test an Open Educational Resource in biodiversity employability guidance for HEI students
o Seek a validation pathway for career guidance (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System)
o Increase awareness of the biodiversity management sector to HEI career guidance professionals
o Produce learning materials for entrepreneurial and innovative thinking in the biodiversity management