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Published:  2020 in France
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Bachelor Industry 4.0

Submitted by Campus des Métiers, France
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Bachelor Industry 4.0 is a training course that responds to European challenges in the field of mastering digital skills and tools. With a special focus on collaborative work, the course has been created in close collaboration with professional sector organizations, public stakeholders and TVET providers, and is implemented as a full qualification in initial TVET or a modular programme in continuing TVET.


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