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Published:  2020 in Hungary
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Green Wheels

Submitted by CFME, Hungary

The Green Wheels project responds to the need for innovation in the automotive training sector by providing an open learning programme for the repair, maintenance and servicing of electric and hybrid vehicles. The programme focuses on innovative teaching methods and approaches, teacher training and mentoring, open learning materials, as well as curricula and guideline development. This project was implemented by the Green Wheels Project Consortium of partners from four European countries: Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Hungary, and United Kingdom.


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