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THE GAME CHANGER PROJECT

Apr 22, 2018Posted by CCA Admin

 

Creating Science-based Online Games and Activities for Maximizing the Long Run Well-Being of People in Transition Situation through Skills Development. Partners of the project are:

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  • Pandokrator (HUNGARY)
  • Mediterranean Management Centre (Cyprus)
  • FormaMentis Olnus (Italy)
  • Czech Certification Agency (Czech Republic)
  • Randers Bo & Erhvervstraening (Denmark)

The science -based online training helps participants to gain self-regulatory and digital skills, focusing on 10 core skills:. For more information contact here: info@ccagency.cz

Next meeting is held in Budapest, HU 21-22nd of September

More information here http://gamechangerproject.eu/.

NEW QUALIFICATIONS

Jul 12, 2014Posted by CCA Admin

 

ABA recently issue the following qualification in Czech Republic

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  • ECC1+ ECC2: EUROPEAN CHAINSAW CERTIFICATE 1 - Chainsaw Maintenance & Cross Cutting + 2 - Basic Tree Felling
  • ECC3: Advanced Tree Felling
  • LOLER
  • A1+A2: Tree Climbing, Handsaw Use & Aerial Rescue + Aerial Chainsaw Techniques
  • A3: Rigging

For more information please contact ABA International https://www.aba-skills.com/.

here https://www.aba-skills.com/: secretariat@aba-skills.com

TRAIN THE TRAINER KURZ 20-22 Srpna 2014

More information here zde.

ECC-EUROPEAN CHAINSAW SUCCESS

Oct 12, 2013Posted by CCA Admin

 

At the recent ABA International-General Assembly held in Czech Republic a great deal of progress was made which includes:

  • Agreement & signing of the ABA Memorandum of Association
  • Establishment of the International Standards & Accreditation Council (ISAC)
  • Testing & updating on the International Skills Register
  • Review & amendments of the International Chainsaw Standards
  • Observation of various Forestry & Machinery skills demonstrations
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In conclusion, all partners observed a live ECC/ICC European Chainsaw assessment of a Czech candidate Mr Adam Cach. Mr Cach successfully passed at both Level 1 & Level 2 demonstrating a very professional performance of his chainsaw skills. Over 200 successful ICC European chainsaw assessments have now taken place & have been recorded on the skills register. Further skills certifications are planned for development & evaluation by ISAC during 2014. Successful evaluations will be added to the qualifications database for use & recognition within partner countries.