“TEACH4SD is driven by the desire to create better futures, narratives, and discourses, not only for the people involved, but for our future generations. It’s a meaningful agenda to work with.


TEACH4SD is a groundbreaking project supported by the esteemed Erasmus+ programme “Centres of Vocational Excellence”, dedicated to leading the development, testing, and validation of ESD practices.

TEACH4SD stands for Transforming Education Area and Competency Hub for Sustainable Development.

Our mission is to fully integrate and scale certified ESD approaches across vocational and educational training (VET) institutions and higher education institutions (HEIs) throughout Europe, in collaboration with key industry partners.

TEACH4SD is oriented towards the ambitions put forward by the European Green Deal on tackling climate and environmental-related challenges. TEACH4SD will mobilize industry, research and innovation capacities and link them in new and innovative ways with the education and training sector. For sustainability transitions to become successful, it is the guiding principle for TEACH4SD to empower and educate teachers to take on a leading role as change-makers and thereby contribute to the European ambition that the green transition be socially fair and just.

TEACH4SD will empower and educate teachers to take on a leading role as change-makers in the sustainable transition. We wish to empower European students and a future work force through the green skills and competences needed to successfully make a sustainable transition and transformation.

The TEACH4SD project is a long-term endeavor that spans over four years. Throughout the duration of the project, a series of webinars and events will be announced, focusing on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and sharing best practices for active participation.

TEACH4SD is funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.