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.
The aim of the project is to contribute to the improved understanding and evidence base of the benefits and impact of computer simulations on the efficiency of learning/teaching biology and other science subjects, to provide teachers with a tool/model necessary for the efficient implementation of computer based simulations in their teaching process and consequently foster the uptake of these simulations in their teaching practices.
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.
The aim of the E-DECOM project is to develop a Learning Environment by promoting pedagogic innovation in training in the companies of the foundry sector, by transferring and adapting an ad hoc tool.
A learning system based on the NTIC will be elaborated in order to develop the workers' key skills and competences in the foundry sector.
Development of vocational self-training methods at the workplace to facilitate the access to continuous vocational training, in the area of key competences of the chemical sector.