Learning e-Mobility Plus
Learning together in the technology of the future – electromobility: a cooperation of vocational schools, universities and companies takes a new approach.
Electromobility as a technology of the future poses new challenges to vocational training. There is a lack of skilled workers with the skills to assemble, service and distribute new drive systems. In our project, vocational training institutions, universities and business associations from three EU countries work together on innovative action-orientated learning environments to teach these new skills. Learning e-Mobility Plus is integrated in a joint concept, which assures synergies and sustainability: the BGZ is a partner in Learning eMobility, one of the joint projects in the Berlin-Brandenburg International Showcase for Electromobility
Implemented in: Germany, Poland, Italy
Partners in Berlin:
Innung des Kraftfahrzeuggewerbes, Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft
in Vicenza (IT): Pia Societa San Gaetano,Confartigianato Vicenza, Eurocultura e.V.,
in Poznan (PL): Zespol Szkol Samochodowych im T.Tanskiego, PUT- Poznanski Uniwersytet Techniczny, WIR-Wielkopolska Izba Rzemieslnicza
Learning e-Mobility Plus is presented among 23 successful strategic partnerships as good practice.
“Workbenches and academia come together. Both mechanics and academics profit from this cooperation in equal measure. The knowledge and ability of mechanics are extended to include theoretical aspects whilst academics gain insight into mechanic approaches to electromobility. Last but not least, this is undoubtedly a future-orientated model, in view of the necessity to find European solutions.”Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Lindemann, Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Technik