Work based Learning in Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) Industry: the transition of young people to Work is a project funded by the 2017 Call of the Erasmus+ Programm of the European Union, inscribed within Key Action 2- Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices - KA202 - Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training
The main objective of TRANStoWork is enhance, reinforce and structure work-based learning (WBL) in vocational training courses for young people aged 18 to 35 (EQF level 4-5-6), particularly in those areas of production that show a gab in skills and a lack of propensity to change.
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This meeting had the participation of Fundación Laboral de la Construcción (España), Vilniaus Statybininku Rengimo Centras -VSRC- (Lituania), IRES Emilia Romagna (Italia), Centro ricerche Documentazione Studi economico-sociali -CDS- (Italia), Istituto per l’Istruzione Professionale dei Lavoratori Edili della Provincia di Bologna -IIPLE- (Italia) and Cluj-Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Romania (Romania). CLICK TO VIEW THE GALLERY
The digitalization process of the construction sector is increasingly spreading in Italy and Europe. One of the consequences of this is the increase in quality of work and, more in general, productivity. The BIM, which is not a synonym for digitalization, is a process that involves generation and management of a digital representation of the […]
TRANStoWORKWork based Learning in Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) Industry: the TRANSition of young people to WORK Project n. 2017-1IT01-KA202-006112 – CUP G36J17000770006 NATIONAL WORKSHOP “Digitalization, training and work in the construction sector” 5 february 2018 – 9.45-13.00 at IIPLE-Istituto Professionale Edile, via del Gomito 7 – Bologna (Italy) Planned speeches: […]
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