Aim of the project is to identify and to analyze the new techniques, technologies and methods of work that affect the productive processes of the Naval Sector and to develop training modules addressed to those working or wishing to work in the sector.
Aims of the project are:
- To encourage learning of basic skills in the new ICT by the beneficiaries.
- To think, at European level, about new methodologies and their potential to improve the way old people learn and spend their free time and to encourage inter-generational dialogue and recover Historical Memory.
The Bony’s project aim is to develop an intelligent platform for social networks of students/professors able to assist the trainee, in order to satisfy her/his education needs. The core technology proposed by the Bony’s project is based on the most recent advances from the Artificial Intelligence, Social Networks and ICT technologies, and offers a solution to the mentioned problems.
POCODIMA aims at developing training material for conflict management. The ability to manage positively conflicts and differences is a crosscutting expertise, unavoidable for the multicultural world of Information Technology to become more efficient in situations needing communication between persons of different social-cultural background. That ability is an important component of tutors’ capabilities in sustaining an high motivational level between leaners with conflictual differences (implied or explicit ones).
CertiVeR has its origin in the fact that the deployment of the use of electronic signatures in e-commerce and in any transaction that has important value associated with, requires the verification of the signature policy, which includes the validation of all the certificates in the signer’s certification path. In most of the cases, this verification may be done on the basis of Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL).
The objective of Project SUNtool is to develop an environmental modelling tool that enables planners to identify the site configuration, building façade design and combination of renewable and low energy technologies that minimises net energy and water consumption and waste production, at the community scale.
Road safety is one of the most important public health problems in Europe and in the world. The World Health Organization estimates that every year, according to the statistics, 1.2 million people are known to die in road accidents worldwide.
Demographic downfall differences in the GNP between countries and elimination of barriers within the EU have produced a steady flow of immigrants. It has been unanimously recognised that the adoption of active policies of social inclusion, working and overall integration are indispensable for peaceful, profitable living together and for democracy.
Nowadays, training programs for such basic skills are an imperative need for all workers of all sectors. The particularity of such a training, that the FIL project addresses, is that it has to be highly individualised as the needs differ from person to person, depending on their previous education, working experience, hobbies, interests and social context.
Quality Management Systems are often bureaucratic and too heavy for SMEs. The QMS project results include:
- Analysis of the training needs of SME entrepreneurs on quality management.
- A training book on ISO 9001, the specificities of its implementation for SMEs, quality manual, audits, certification, case studies, exercises etc.
- Evaluation tools, such as check lists, multiple choice questions, right/wrong questions.
- A CD ROM with theory, exercises and examples of templates used in quality management systems for several sectors (food/beverage, clothing, pharmaceutics, paramedical equipment, printing, education, tourism etc. for the use of SMEs.