Techne is the name of my company, where I
offer services in the fields of research, development and consultancy in education
and training, both formal and non-formal –
often in an international perspective or context. Techne is basically me, but I collaborate with a large network of associates and organizations across Europe and beyond to allow me to tackle bigger and more complex projects.
New projects and assignments:
In mid-February, Techne won a call for tender to carry out a study for the EU-funded development project ”Euroapprentice, led by the French Assemblé Permanente des Chambres de Métiers.
The name of the company – Techne – is the ancient Greek Aristotelian term for “immediately useful, practical knowledge” whose intent is making and doing, as opposed to disinterested understanding.
In modern Greek, the word means “art”.