The partners of the project “Learning e-Mobility Plus“ are developing a variety of materials. The most important materials will be presented on this page over the course of the project.
Concept and quality indicators
The analysis reports document the current teaching systems in vocational training, focusing on the motor vehicle sector in the three partner countries and identifying the relevant stakeholders for transfer and implementation (regional/national).
Three learning models with booklets on duties and responsibilities
In each of the three partner countries, the partners are developing and building a learning model as part of their innovative learning environment. Based on the booklets on duties and responsibilities, models are built on the three functions in the area of electromobility:
1. Power split in hybrid drives (Berlin, Germany)
2. Switching from the conventional to electro drives (Poznan, Poland)
3. Gears in hybrid and differences in technical performance (Vicenza, Italy)
Documentation is produced for each of the three tested learning environments. This documentation includes booklets on duties and responsibilities, models and presentation of multimedia.
Guidelines on the implementation of innovative learning environments in apprenticeships, using the example of electromobility
The guidelines summarize the important project results and pool these together in an action orientation for teachers and trainers. Each guideline contains examples of good practice and didactical tips on the set-up of the learning environment.
Recommendations for stakeholders (local/regional/national/European)
The results of the project work are formulated into conclusions and recommendations for local, regional, national and European decision-makers in the area of vocational training.