EwasteR Consortium will work together for three years on the following work plan of activities and deliverables.

The aim of this work package is to ensure the success of the project through appropriate coordination of the organizational, technological, methodological and financial activity. It is led by the coordinating partner, and lasts throughout the project. All partners will contribute to the work involved.


  • Project Management Plan (P.M.P) - The Partnership develops its own set of templates and forms to properly manage the operational work-plan and technical, administrative and financial activities.
  • Progress Report Forms for Activities and Expenditures - Official management forms, included in the P.M.P., are used by the partnership for reporting progress and results.
  • Internal Communication and Cooperation Plan – A description of the agreed instruments and strategies for facilitating the continuous exchange of information among the partners.
  • Transnational and On-Line Partnership Meetings - Periodically partners meet directly or on-line/via web to discuss the project and share feedback about activities' implementation. Such meetings will provide networking opportunities.
  • A.R.R.T Team (Augment Recycling and Reuse Techniques)  – a working group composed of the Sector Skills Alliance members for each partner Organisations that will support the Consortium throughout the project and WPs, especially WP4-WP5-WP6-WP7 and WP8
  • Mid-Term External Evaluation Report – to be compiled by an external professional evaluator, and designed to evaluate and monitor the project’s activities and results after 18 months. It will provide relevant feedback and recommend actions on how to enhance the strategies and activities up to end of the project.
The aim of this work package is to ensure the quality of all the tasks performed during the project.


  • The Quality Assurance Plan - The QAP includes procedures, tools and templates for monitoring, evaluation and assessment of the project's activities and performances.
  • Project Monitoring Reports - Among the forms and templates to provide:
  • Customer satisfaction questionnaires and feedback forms (for partners, experts, stakeholders, target groups, event participants, etc);
  • Specific monitoring and evaluation templates for project activities, outputs and results.
Dissemination will be one of the most important activities of the project and will help to promote objectives, strategies, activities and results to stakeholders and target groups across EU and during the project.


  • Dissemination and Promotion Plan - The Partnership develops a detailed plan to organize and implement promotion and dissemination activities. It includes the description of all the instruments / tools used to promote project's activities and results
  • Web Site and Web Area – Project web site and social media channel can be considered as the main way to share the project’s results as widely as possible, throughout the European Community. In addition, it will act as the project’s repository to hold all documentation.
  • Promotion Workshops – These events will be used for the promotion of the project’s activities and for the dissemination of results. They are organized by partners in each country to highlight key issues relating to the national context working with  the target groups and stakeholders.
  • E-Brochure - The Project’s planned three brochures are used as a basic tool for project promotion and dissemination. They will bring together the different stages in the project and explain the rationale, background, aims and objectives, activities and outputs. They will be delivered in electronic format.
  • On Line or Printed Press Releases – There will be three press releases issued to highlight specific milestones within the project and will aid dissemination and promotion activities at EU, National and Local levels.
  • International E-Seminar – At the end of the project, partners from UK will organise a final dissemination and awareness-raising seminar. This live and on line event will and in presence, for the promotion of the EwasteR curriculum in the field of WEEE and to guarantee an efficient and effective implementation of EwasteR strategies, involving project partners, relevant stakeholders and target groups across EU.
  • Newsletters - four project Newsletters will cover the main activities, outputs and achievements of the Consortium during different phases of the project.
This WP is an initial stage in development of the new EwasteR Curriculum, but it can also be considered as a work in progress to be enriched with further data, findings (from stakeholders /target groups) collected during lifetime the Project across the E-Waste recycling and re-use management sector
  • EwasteR Report Partners explore and describe the main VET routes across the NQF-RQF for the E-Waste recycling and re-use sector in the participating countries.
Through this WP the partnership develops the contents and methodology for pilot programme– collect information and data from trainees, students, teachers, trainers involved in programmes.


  • EwasteR CurriculumPartnership determines learning outcomes covering the link between the production phase and the waste phase of a product, embracing the entire e-waste recycling and re-use management process
  • VET learners pilot packageto support the learners/ students before attending the PILOT sessions and will provide information about the organisation of the VET programmes and how they will be assessed through ECVET system
  • Training PlanIt defines the training contents and strategies for delivering the pilot experiences through 160 hour programme of learning in each participating Country
This WP defines the Pilot edition strategies and contents incorporating units  on the Management Area of the Curriculum (5EQF Level)


  • Pilot Training Edition (Management Area) – In each Country, Partners test and deliver through a blended learning approach and innovative training methodologies, 108 hours per learner covering the management aspects of the new professional profile
This WP defines the Pilot edition strategies and contents referring to the units  on the Technical-Vocational Area of the Curriculum (5EQF Level)


  • Pilot Training Edition (Technical-Vocational Area) - In each Country, Partners test and deliver through a blended learning approach and innovative work-based oriented methodologies 52 hours per learner covering the technical and VET aspects of the new professional profile
The aim of this WP is to define common methodologies and tools to carry out the recognition and validation process of learning outcomes and experiences after the national Pilot editions


  • HandbookPartners describe the strategies and contents to support lifelong learning activities, the mobility of European learners and the flexibility of learning pathways to achieve professional qualifications. The main contents and guidelines of the Handbook will inform further VET activities to define a professional qualification based on ECVET points.
  • VET Learners Pilot PackageThis is a set of materials designed for the learners after the Pilot training experience in each Country, facilitating the learning outcomes recognition and evaluation process.
  • - Final External Evaluation Report - An external evaluator evaluates the project’s activities and the results together with partnership’s performances to assess the effectiveness of the project.
  • - Innovation Team (IT) - Working group composed of the Sector Skills Alliance members for each partner Organisation to support the promotion of an ECVET-oriented “culture”; introducing practices in each National/Regional qualification framework; facilitating more transparent assessment and recognition practices in the formal and non-formal learning pathways; adopting Curriculum in the national VET system.
The aims of this WP are to ensure mainstreaming and duplication of the project results and to ensure impact of methods, tools and good practice on policies and practices around the E-Waste recycling and reuse sector.


  • Exploitation Plan - The document provides strategy and guidelines for the valorisation of project's results guaranteeing visibility, accessibility and enhancing good practices.
  • European Development Plan for Enterprises –  Partners at national level define an operational tool to facilitate the relationship between workers, aspiring entrepreneurs and the business sector in the E-waste recycling and reuse sector; reinforce the mobility of VET learners across EU and increase the employment opportunities.
  • EwasteR Strategic Networking Groups – Working groups comprising members from external Sector Skills Alliance bodies including the new E-Waste recycling and re-use profiles and established in each country. The Strategic Networking Groups will participate in the dissemination and exploitation phases, gathering feedback and recommendations about the programme outline, training approach and methods for follow-up development of each transferable skill achieved, across EU.
  • Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs – To reinforce the mobility of aspiring entrepreneurs in the E-Waste recycling and reuse sector across EU, some participants of Pilot editions, in each Country, will be encouraged to apply to participate in the programme.
  • EwasteR National Web Conference – At the of the project, partner will arrange a national public web conference involving, via web channel, national public or private relevant stakeholders (VET regulatory) to promote the project’s results and ensure that the outputs from the project are sustainable in a VET context and support an effective entrepreneurial community.