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Erasmus+ Project: Alliances for Education and Enterprises

CoDEMO - Co-Creative Decision-Makers
for 5.0 Organizations

Start Date: October 1, 2023 - End Date: 30 September 2026


logo A lack of trained personnel to support the transformation of European enterprises from 4.0, which was focused on digitalization and technologies, to 5.0 focus on green, resilient, and human-centered organizations has been widely reported. CoDEMO aims to fill this gap by developing a new training offer in co-creation with institutional, academic, and socio-economic partners.

The main objectives are:

  • To boost socio-economic collaborations on 5.0 innovations by creating 6 national networks and physical/virtual infrastructures for 5.0 value co-creation projects and the production of 24 case studies.
  • To create a unique European Open Badge Certification for ‘Decision-Makers for 5.0 Organizations’ (delivery curricula in 6 countries, with 480 decision-makers certificated including vocational trainees and academic students).
  • To create a long-term, open & active international community on 5.0 value co-creation (over 600 members, with 15 national/international outreach events), supported by an innovative e-platform including knowledge, skills and competence recognition.
  • To foster higher professionalization by implementing a cutting-edge learning method with face-to-face and blended learning, as well as practical learning situations that catalyze the in-practice emergence of skills and competences.

CoDEMO covers 3 European areas (South, Center and East) and 3 economic sectors (Healthcare, Agri-food & Industry). The use of European educational tools (Open Badges, Micro-credentials, ESG, EQAVET, EQF) maximizes its impact. Besides academic students and vocational trainees, CoDEMO enhances innovation skills of teachers, teaching organisms (VET/HEI) and socio-economic actors.

By boosting innovation and modernizing education in value co-creation for 5.0 organizations, CoDEMO contributes to the Alliances for Innovation objectives, reinforce the European Education Area and support the Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (n. 4,8,9,12,16,17) and Europe Recovery Plan.

Coordination and Consortium


Prof. Dr. Xavier Boucher


Associated Partners

Participants Countries

France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain, Austria, South Korea