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Our Online Course won an Award
The online educational course "Designing Photovoltaic Power Plants Using Professional Software" won the competition from the Ukrainian Association of Adult Education

The Ukrainian Association for Adult Education, with the support of DVV International Ukraine, has been holding an educational project competition for the 6th year in a row. Its goal is to promote adult education in Ukraine, to form professional interaction between adult education providers, as well as to exchange experience and disseminate effective practices and initiatives aimed at creating a lifelong learning society.

The online course "Designing Photovoltaic Power Plants Using Professional Software", which was created within the framework of the German-Ukrainian project "Energy Transition 2022", implemented by the wechange eG in cooperation with the NGO "Sustainable Development Agency "SYNERGY" with the financial support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, won the first place among educational projects in the nomination "Best Project for Vocational Training and Retraining".

The course presentation can be viewed at this link (in Ukrainian).

More than 100 projects in four nominations were submitted to the competition. The largest competitive selection, which is more than 40 projects, was in the Best Vocational Training and Retraining Project nomination.

The competition committee evaluated applications based on a number of criteria:

  1. the project is relevant for this year and in the current environment;

  2. the project is relevant for this target audience and in the relevant region;

  3. the project is innovative, and introduces tools/technologies/education methodology that has not been implemented before or has been implemented to a very limited extent;

  4. the project is socially significant; it solves social problems, among other things;

  5. the project has clearly defined and understandable goals and objectives;

  6. the project activities (activities, stages) are consistent in their content with the goal;

  7. the project involved interaction between governmental and non-governmental (including business) institutions;

  8. the project has the potential for continuation and scaling;

  9. the project is original/unique and not similar to others;

  10. the project is massive in terms of the number of participants, organisers and volunteers involved.

As a result of the competitive selection, the developers of the winning projects were invited to an online presentation of their projects to the general public and received commemorative awards and valuable prizes.