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Published:  2020 in Spain

EXAM 4.0 HUB

Submitted by Tknika, Spain

In view of emerging technological trends such as Advanced Manufacturing, this Erasmus+ project seeks to establish five ’European regional Skills Ecosystems’ that bring together Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Higher Vocational Education and Training (HVET) centres, companies, policy makers, job seekers and TVET students. The aim is to create a web-based Excellent Advanced Manufacturing (EXAM) 4.0 HUB in order to identify and define future skills needs in the AM sector and to propose a model of a TVET/HVET centre 4.0 in terms of its infrastructure, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) applications, tools, skills needed and working processes.


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