The CHROMAFOR project aims at supporting the transition of European foundries, from a lineal and traditional human resources management model to a circular human resources
management model, which will improve the regeneration of skills and competencies in the working place and favours a circular and sustainable economy of both for the company and
the workers, and their organizational models.

The main expected results: the Professional Profile of the HR managers for the circular foundries and a multimedia training platform to develop skills and competences to support
them to become adequately skilled, innovative players able to create sustainable jobs and opportunities within the foundries, and favour the foundries the transit forward to a circular
economy. A short description of the expected outcomes:
• Professional profile description for a Circular human resources management in the foundry sector. To identify the LO required by the HR managers of the circular foundries at EU level in terms of Knowledge, skills and Competences according to ECVET principles. A desk research and field research (interviews with min 10 HR managers of the sector and 3
interviews with experts/trainers in circular economy training) will be carried out.
• Digital histories of current circular economy best practices in the foundry HR management. By using real situations of circular foundries these case studies will provide easy
understandable, very practical and well organized structure of the components of the HH.RR. Managers and clear picture on what set of skills are important and needed to be
improved to ensure the success and sustainability of their jobs. 2 business practices will be identified per country: filming, video and sound editing, digital processing, animation,
developing/editing of language versions, exporting into different multimedia formats.
• CHROMAFOR Curriculum and Training modules for a “Circular human resources management in foundries”. The curriculum will consist of a detailed modular training programme
developed for the identified specific learning needs of the target group. The training modules will include a set of theoretical contents and practical activities for the acquisition of the
learning outcomes in order to meet the specific training needs.
• CHROMAFOR Virtual Learning Environment. To develop an educational e-learning and knowledge-sharing platform based upon collaborative learning approaches and test a training
course with 10/15 HR managers of foundries / VET trainers in all partner countries.