A three-day long event was organized by the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) between 30th January and 2nd February 2017 to officially launch the project “Learning by Doing - Targeted capacity building of VET partnerships in the Danube Region for the effective modernization of VET systems”.
The EAPPREN project is aiming to build the capacity of the intermediary organisations to support apprenticeships through the organisation of e-learning courses.
Targeted capacity building of VET partnerships in the Danube region for the effective modernisation of VET systems.
This project will help to manage industrial, economic and technological changes in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry by reducing obstacles and stimulating labour mobility and development of the workforce.
Work process oriented, interactively enhanced and APP supported learning and training in construction VET in Europe.
The project is providing training tool for teaching/learning soft skills namely - teamwork, leadership, communication and problem solving.
The SKILLCO project aims at identifying common sectoral skill gaps by analyzing different national and EU sources and data bases, identifying 4 common skill needs and developing 2 common sectoral (European) Modules.
Work based learning has been and still remains today the best methods for teaching and learning skills and obtain skilled workers.
project arose from the investigation of concrete solutions to innovate in project-based learning approaches and reverse this tendency.
OPEN AND INNOVATIVE SPACES FOR COLLABORATIVE WORKING BETWEEN VET PROVIDERS AND BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS
The EU manufacturing output stands for 15% of the overall member states’ GDP and EU has declared that the goal is to increase this level of 20% by the year 2020. However, since 2008 over 3.4 million jobs have been lost in the metal industry. These data proves that a new phase of EU economic growth cannot come without the involvement of metal and mechanical industry. Industry 4.0 is a new production system resulting from the application of new technologies to manufacturing and is a game changer affecting all the activities linked to manufacturing, from planning to processes, from products to work organisation.
Constant progress and development of production technologies demands permanent training and education of workers as a response to work environment needs and education of school trainees in latest manufacturing technologies if we want a skilled and productive workforce who will be able to compete and be successful on global scale.
At CCIS run various projects on the promotion of health at work.
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