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PPT PRESENTATIONS – SUMMARY TABLE

09:45 - 10:15

Introductory Panel


Measuring the Potential of Green Growth
Luc Willems, Deputy Secretary General, Benelux Secretariat

Cedefop approach and projects on green skills and VET policies
Antonio Ranieri, Cedefop

10:15 - 11:30

Session I: Gearing up education and training for green growth

PAPER I-A

Knowledge sharing in early identification of skill needs
Christine Hofmann, ILO

PAPER I-B

The Austrian Masterplan human resources for renewable energies
Gerhard Geiger, 3S Unternehmensberatung GmbH

PAPER I-C

Think global, act local: the case for a global green skills training action plan
Joel Marsden, GHK, United Kingdom

PAPER I-D

Skills for disruptive innovation

Ray Pinto, Microsoft Europe, Middle East and Africa (BIAC)

12:00 - 13:15

Session II: Enterprise approaches for a workforce fit for a green economy

PAPER II-A

Greening technical vocational education and training in the European steel industry
Antonius Schroeder, Technische Universität Dortmund – Sozialforschungsstelle, Germany

PAPER II-B

Anticipating and managing the effects of greening of industries in the EU: skills development in the overall context of job quality
Simonas Gausas, PPMI, Lithuania and Radoslaw Owczarzak, Eurofound

PAPER II-C

Licensing and certification to increase skills provision amongst low carbon SMEs in the UK
Nick Jagger, Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policies, United Kingdom

14:30 - 15:45

Session III: Integrating skills into local development strategies for green job creation

PAPER III-A

Greening local economies through stakeholders’ mobilisation. Lessons from the project ‘Employment houses and sustainable development in France’
Marie-Pierre Establie d’Argencé, Alliance Villes Emploi, France

PAPER III-B

Identification of skill shortages, achieving policy coherence: the case of India
Sunita Shanghi, Planning Commission Government of India, India

PAPER III-C

Climate change adaptation and local development. The new imperatives for green skills development
Rao Pinninti, Rutgers University, USA