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E-COMMERCE and SECONDHAND markets are increasingly important to consumers and the marketplace players are looking for young managers. The lockdown period triggered a mass purchase movement based on online business and the secondhand market is a new key trend.


The worldwide resale market is growing 11 times faster than traditional market and will reach 84 billion of euros by 2030.


Long represented by leader players such as eBay, Amazon, Vinted, Katawiky, etc,  this model is now extending to fashion, vintage, modern art, antiques, luxury goods, precious, motors, games and toys, etc.


Are you interested to learn more about the circular economy ? Are you interested in becoming an auctionner? Work in auction houses, offer your skills to online maketplaces, become a Circular Economy specialist, flank secondhand shopping channels ? Come on, Erasmus + eRejuvenate Academy is offered free of charge by the European Union to young people with effective interest to increase their skills and searching an amazing job in the business of the circular economy. A lot of online secondhand marketplaces, new leader brands as IKEA, LaRedoute, etc, launch new space dedicated to secondhand business.


There's a lot of things you can get involved in: do not miss out on this fantastic opportunity to be aboard to the most exciting Erasmus + training.


What are you still you waiting for? 


Enroll now onto the european course online open 24/7, especially because the number of trainees enrolled at our online Academy  is limited.


We are proud to announce that the ERASMUS + €Rejuvenate Academy is an approved European project funded by the European Commission within the Erasmus+ programme Partnerships in Vocational Education and Training. eRejuvenate Academy involves young people in the achievement of new key competences on social media business with a balanced mix of vocational digital skills. eRejuvenate Academy contributes to innovation in vocational education and training and resort to e-learning via virtual learning environments, multimedia hardware and software and through social networking to help the participants to learn within the established times.


Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. It has an estimated budget of €26.2 billion. This is nearly double the funding compared to its predecessor programme (2014-2020). The 2021-2027 programme places a strong focus on social inclusion, the green and digital transitions, and promoting young people’s participation in democratic life. It supports priorities and activities set out in the European Education Area, Digital Education Action Plan and the European Skills Agenda. The programme also supports the European Pillar of Social Rights implements the EU Youth Strategy 2019-2027 develops the European dimension in sport.



Erasmus+ offers mobility and cooperation opportunities in:

- higher education
- vocational education and training
- school education (including early childhood education and care)
- adult education
- youth
- sport



The European Year of Skills will give a fresh impetus to lifelong learning, empowering people and companies to contribute to the green and digital transitions, supporting innovation and competitiveness. Having a workforce with the skills that are in demand contributes to sustainable growth, leads to more innovation and improves companies' competitiveness. The European Year of Skills 2023 will help companies, in particular small and medium enterprises, to address skills shortages in the EU. It will promote a mindset of reskilling and upskilling, helping people to get the right skills for quality jobs.  The green and digital transitions are opening new opportunities for people and the EU economy. Skilled workers will enjoy better job opportunities and fully engage in society. This is key to ensure that the economic recovery as well as the green and digital transitions are socially fair and just.


We need much more focus in our investment on professional education and upskilling. We need better cooperation with companies, because they know best what they need. And we need to match these needs with people's aspirations. But we also have to attract the right skills to our continent, skills that help companies and strengthen Europe's growth. 

Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission


The greatest contribution to the circular economy.

This erasmus + project involves young people in the achievement of new key competences on the management of circular economy and creates a new emerging profession by providing outstanding educational programs. Our specialized, interdisciplinary curriculum offers an education tailored to second-market needs. This educational approach promotes a greater understanding of the importance of the circular economy and creating a new Job in line with the expectations of the employer workforce segments in the New Economy as highlighted in the European Commission's Communication on Green Jobs. COM(2014) 446

We would like to contribute to innovation in vocational education and training and resort to e-learning via virtual learning environments, multimedia hardware and software and through social networking to help the participants to learn within the established times. We are sure that more and more young people will grasp the importance of the lifecycle of products.

The second-hand market is a growing sector and the circular economy is a virtuous business model oriented towards sustainability and responsibility which promotes informed consumption and aims to increase the lifecycle of products. The life cycles of products are increasing and products even transform or regenerate or get passed on in other hands. Today we are obliged to forget the dusty image that the second-hand once had and the consumers recognise the true value of products and contribute extension of their life cycles. The second-hand channel in the European market is the Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) schemes imposed by the European directive n. 851/2018 which enforce “environmental constributions” on producers and importers to incentivize more sustainable management. The directive has already been incorporated into National laws in Italy, France, Germany, Spain and is incorporated in the other member countries. The secondary market repurposes and diverts products that otherwise would end in landfills. Second-hand is growing every year and the percentage of the population involved in this market continues to increase and a number of key factors play a significant role for second-hand shopping consumer decisions. They include: social, costs, trends, environmental, influencers, etc.

The youngest generation is showing that the second market solves waste and environmental pollution.

This purpose plays an important role for the european youth employability and increasing attractiveness VET in the second market economy that is fascinating young people and booming the circular economy in the world. The pandemic has accelerated what was already going to be true over the next few years, making the second-hand market big business. It is indisputable that the existence of a second-hand market requested qualified management to drive the business. We offer a VET training directly in the field of second-market, by online lessons based on concrete notions just to learn the management, and this is also because there really are no schools to learn this job of the future.

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