Erasmus+ Project No. 2021-1-CZ01-KA220-VET-000033007
EuropeAn 3d printinG poLymer opErators (EAGLE)
The development of a brand-new AM Polymer Operator harmonized curriculum aligned with industry and constantly updated on a regular basis, is a priority in current times. The EAGLE project will tackle the adversities previously identified with the development of a brand-new harmonized training curriculum for AM Polymer Operators.
The EU Additive manufacturing industry is increasingly expanding, resulting in the creation of new positions that necessitate the acquisition of new skills and qualifications. For the next 24 months the primary goals of the EAGLE project are to develop novel curricula, course training materials, and an e-platform centered on the idea of innovative learning and unified standard creation. These resources will provide adults with a benchmark measure, and they will be free and available to the public. The project aim is also closely tied to the betterment of the skills mismatch and is addresses the creation of a wide standard of qualification from which will in the end benefit the industrial labor market.
The project expects a powerful impact on the applicants, participating organisations, target groups and other relevant stakeholders. The partners will work hard to ensure that EAGLE project activities and results lead to a significant increase in the number of VET graduates with suitable 3D printing skills and knowledge that enter the job market, thus supporting the European economic growth and contributing to a better society. Impact on the participants: - increased knowledge on 3D printing technology - acquisition of 3D printing skills and knowledge relevant for the European job market needs - improved multicultural and communication skills.
Observing, shadowing and discussing work with colleagues will represent the most important measure for transfer and acquisition of knowledge.
The project will be implemented in the Czech Republic, Romania, Belgium and Hungary.
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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Erasmus+: 2021-1-CZ01-KA220-VET-000033007