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02May 2022
The final conference of the S4TCLF project will take place on 16 June as a hybrid event both in Brussels and on-line.  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER   More information and an updated version of the conference's programme can be found on the project ...
18Nov 2021
Traceability and Transparency in the TCLF industries What do these terms mean? Traceability is the capacity to track and trace a product to its origin, and Transparency is the level of public disclosure of the suppliers in a given value...
30Apr 2021
Materials and the importance of authenticity in the TCLF industries Fantasy qualifiers associated to the term leather, such as apple, mushroom, cactus, or synthetic or vegan, constitute oxymorons and are not conform to regulations in Europe and other marke...
12Feb 2021
The importance of circularity in the TCLF industries The TCLF sectors are often accused of being among the most polluting industries, and it is true that in the past much pain to the planet could have been avoided with foresight and responsibility. While m...
30Mar 2020
New training programmes for the futures TCLF occupations soon to be ready under “Skills4Smart TCLF Industries 2030 Blueprint” 30 March 2020 Skills intelligence and upskilling are essential to support and boost the European economy during times of rapi...
03Dec 2019
All together to revitalise skills and jobs in Textile, Clothing, Leather and Footwear sectors   "The university is traditionally the place to educate students and develop knowledge, but today it serves as a hub for connecting people: students with co...
13May 2019
We are happy to present you the 8 occupations selected within Skills 4 Smart TCLF Industries 2030, an Erasmus + Project, as the most needed in the Textile, Clothing, Leather, and Footwear (TCLF) sectors in Europe. Now we will focus on the developm...
28Jan 2019
Fashion World's Challenges - Looking for Qualification, Occupations…and the right skills in the TCLF sectors “For many years our first priority was to win customers and to keep our mill busy. Now our first priority is to find (and retain) skilled emp...