RoboVET Project

Definition and Implementation of a VET Programme in Robotics Technician

About the Project

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 The project aims at creating a new VET graduation that will highly promote the employment and will foster the local economic development by providing qualified Robotics technicians to the labour market. 

 

Project Goals

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 The project will meet 4 objectives:

  • increase the employability of young people by matching the market needs to the qualifications;
  • contribute to the development of a highly skilled, qualified and mobile workforce;
  • support joint developments in VET in Europe and strengthen its quality, relevance and attractiveness by allowing the transferability and mutual recognition of qualifications, making it more appealing for the future workforce;
  • Promote the economic development, especially of the SMEs which traditionally have lower capacity to recruit skilled workers, by promoting VET offers in Robotics.

Project Results

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 The results and products the project will achieve are: 

  • a needs assessment on Robotics training; 
  • a detailed qualification profile including the expected learning outcomes; 
  • the matching of skills’ needs to the market needs; 
  • a joint curriculum mutually recognized; new training units; 
  • sustainable cooperation structures to increase youth employment and VET attractiveness.

Target Groups

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Direct target groups are at first level:

  • the VET trainees and trainers, 
  • VET providers
  • public regulatory bodies of VET.

 At second level, the enterprises, especially the SMEs which face the challenge of the modernization or which have difficulties in recruiting highly-skilled workers.  

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Events

27-28 November 2018

Consortium Meeting

All day

Espinho, Portugal

+ Event Details

27-28 November 2018

Consortium Meeting

The first Transnational Meeting was held in Portugal in November the 27th and 28th of 2018. 

The host was CEPROF as the Coordinator of the project. 

The partners presented their institutions and went through the most important points of the project: the objectives, working packages, multiplier events, project management, implementation, dissemination and exploitation activities, quality assurance, monitoring and evaluation of the project. 

The most critical decisions were made at this meeting to allow the development of the first tasks according to a timeline agreed by the participants. 

It was a very important moment for the beginning of the project, because it allowed the partners to work face-to-face 

All day

Espinho, Portugal

Consortium

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 This project has been funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. 

The European Commission support for the production of this website does not constitute endorsement of the contents, which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. 

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