Green4C project provides training and support for young professionals and students to improve entrepreneurship and innovation skills in the field of Green Care.  The following section, which is constantly being updated, provides access to our resources (reports, market outlooks, case study factsheets) and our online training course. At this early stage of the project several activities still need to be carried out; in the meanwhile you can have a look at our materials list and discover what we are, and will be working on.

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TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT Report and Stakeholder Analysis
“The Green Care Training Needs Assessment (TNA) and Stakeholder Analysis Report” is the result of
a) a stakeholder analysis carried out to identify all possible key actors that could be interested and targeted within the project (alliance and training) and b) the TNA survey launched at EU and global level. Deadline: May 2020. Find out more and download the report here.

Blueprint of Social innovation in Green Care
An EU blueprint on Green Care will be elaborated analysing key innovation and social entrepreneurship factors related to GC. The report will be the main knowledge tool to set the basis for lobby and dissemination activities. Deadline: Jan, 2021


Green4C team will publish four EU Market outlooks one for each thematic areas: Forest-based Care; Urban Green Care; Social Agriculture; and Green Care Tourism. Four market outlooks will investigate and provide market figures and business models associated to the four main GREEN4C markets. Etifor will work closely with the European Forest Institute and all partners will provide their help to have EU wide coverage of the survey.Deadline: Dec, 2020 june 2021

Our team published 20 factsheets on the most innovative business models/best practices/case studies, 5 for each thematic area: Forest-based Care; Urban Green Care; Social Agriculture; and Green Care Tourism.

Find out more about the factsheets here.


Interested in starting your own business in Green Care?
The Green4C team guided by Elevate Health will design a high-level online course in entrepreneurship and innovation for students and professionals in the field of Green Care and Green4C’s four thematic sectors. The course will be run on a specialist high-quality, tailor-made and moodle-based Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) and taught by Green4C’s well-trained team of professionals and scientists. The course will use online mentoring from a wide network of international stakeholders, online forums, video conferences, social networks and much more, to enhance the learning experience. Deadline, 2021

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