This was a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union in the field of vocational education and training (KA202).
Starting date: 01-10-2018 and ending date: 30-11-2020
MAIN OBJECTIVE: Enhance technological skills of VET students and their teachers about using digital tools in energy management
The new-generation information technologies such as the Internet of Things, robotics, and smart connected objects open new horizons for industry and the energy markets. The experiences of the VET partners involved in the projects points to the fact that the VET providers have to get in line with the new technical competencies required by the smart energy sector and, specifically, the area of energy management. Furthermore, with the experience of homeschooling under the Pandemic, the need for developing high-quality digital learning tools and virtual mobility for VET learners became more importance.
ACTIVITIES in the project were:
VET teachers and students enhanced their competence and knowledge of smart technologies and specially students their problem solving behaviors by working in student groups and resolving given challenges. VET providers gained competence in developing a new qualification description based on ECVET principles and VET teachers enhanced their implementation strategy of PBL.
Partners gained experience in organizing virtual mobilities.