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the HENSE SCHOOL Programme

The set of activities planned, which characterizes the HENSE SCHOOL Programme, is focused on innovation and the knowledge economy or on the ability to continuously regenerate, on the one hand, the training offer of innovative professionals coherent with the territory safety needs, on the other, the offer of solutions and services aimed at improving development policies within a paradigmatic framework of territory governance.

To this end, the activation of Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, higher education and Lifelong courses will be promoted with the release of joint degrees by the Universities that adhere to the HENSE SCHOOL, which will have legal value in all the countries in which they are based.

The training activities promoted, which will be delivered mainly in English and in synchronous blended e-learning mode by the Partner Universities, with the involvement and support of Institutions and companies, are aimed at creating professional profiles with a high innovative and technological potential in the field of territorial safety and technical-scientific skills functional to the implementation of business strategies suitable for generating value.

the HENSE SCHOOL Network

The objective of the HENSE SCHOOL is referable  to the commitment of a Network of universities, research structures, institutions and companies in a project aimed at defining and promoting innovative training courses for professionals in the area of the territory safety. The knowledge economy is therefore an essential reference for their configuration on the basis of targeted sustainability strategies, capable of transforming the approach to territory management from a public expenditure to a strategic economic sector.

This will lead to a reconfiguration of the relationship between the social and economic actors of the territory through a network logic, focused on the promotion of innovation which, on the one hand, will contribute to the institutional repositioning of the Public Administration, on the other hand, will determine a significant incentive to competitive repositioning of business structures.

The HENSE SCHOOL, set up on the initiative of the non-profit Consortium TerrSafeiLab and the Safety & Right to Safety Association, and with the support of professors from Italian and European universities, is expression of a project aimed at creating a stable communication platform between Universities, research structures, institutions, businesses and communities, able to contribute to the formation of innovative professionals with specific skills in the field of territory safety, combined with sustainable economic development.

Transnational training will be also promoted according to criteria of homogeneity, enhancing the contributions of individual Countries within a inter-university cooperation, which harmonises the approaches of the  university structures, with significant effects on the definition and sharing of teaching, learning and field verification.

The most significant elements of this path:

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the HENSE SCHOOL, a space for aggregation, cooperation and sharing

The articulated evolution of the training courses, proposed by HENSE SCHOOL, in accordance with the specific safety needs of the territories, is characterized as a systemic and strategic approach, in the varied context of the prefigured sustainable development guidelines, based on the adoption of flexible and shared instruments.

In fact, innovative tools are identified for the involvement, sharing and participation of the community in decision-making processes, evolving towards e-Democracy models, creating new processes that can provide new services, introducing new functions and responsibilities, favoring the analysis and dissemination of best practices .

To this end, partnerships are proposed between the economic and social actors of the territory that can determine a favorable context for investments, make the government policies of the territory more consistent with the safety objectives to be achieved, encourage people to leave a tunnel of self-referentiality, analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of its policies with the aim of achieving significant repercussions in terms of employment that can favor the integration of graduates into the world of work.

The activities of the Placement and Career education Office will also be supported to meet the growing demand from the territory for constantly updated professionals, to be included in territorial safety projects and enhancement of natural and environmental resources.


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