Bonding materials and polymers | International |

Project BRACKET

Fecha de inicio: 14 Mar 2018 Fecha de finalización prevista: 21 Dec 2021

The aim of the project is to transfer Enabling Technologies (namely nanotechnology, biotechnology and advanced materials) to Vocational Education and Training (VET) through the development of innovative and open learning content.


 
 
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Código de proyecto - 2018-1-HR01-KA202-047493

Expected results:

1

The development of a flexible learning pathway in line with the needs of VET learners and other stakeholders related to Enabling Technologies.


2

An open online course on Enabling Technologies, whose main target group will be VET students, and which will directly impact on the innovation and excellence of start-up industries as well as the transformation of the existing industrial base.


3

Cultural awareness and expression, as the platform, which will use inclusive language, will be completely open allowing globalised access to information on new trends in Enabling Technologies.


4

Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship, as the target groups and other stakeholders could use the BRACKET project materials to implement and carry out the creation of some Enabling Technologies related enterprises or, to reach new ideas for product innovation.


Project partners

Irmo
Croatia

INNOREW
Slovenia

Cetem
Spain

Eurofortis
Latvia

Lurs

Slovenia

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