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Electric Urban Mobility
Date du début: 1 sept. 2014, Date de fin: 31 août 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

EUmob project tries to offer a more attractive education and training programmers; and create awareness in the younger generation and society about the importance of new efficient and clean mobility systems in urban environments. In the Bruges Communicate it was said: "Even those occupations that used to require mostly low-level skills are increasingly requiring medium or even high-level qualifications. This means that people with low (or no) formal qualifications will find it more difficult to find a job in the future." To cope with this our project will enhance the current educational offer in automotive sector by creating completely new modules in a strategic field: energy sustainability (Europe 2020). There is a clear need of VET all around Europe to keep updated, but sometimes this is difficult as innovation in industry goes fast and changes in VET systems are slow. The light transport industry is setting aside the derivatives of oil and turning into a cleaner energy, electricity; but VET providers, those who should train the technicians, are arriving late to these changes. We urgently need to create non-existing modules to train students about this new technology. EUmob will help us to create international on-line modules that will lead us to improve our offer and at the same time to promote mobility. As a direct consequence of this innovative approach, we hope to create a chain of changes that will help to create synergies between schools and companies - as we plan to collaborate with different companies all along the project. The main objectives of the project are: • Create an open-source e-learning platform to learn about urban mobility technology. • Give comprehensive training to young people, in the area of electric urban mobility, not only focusing on new hybrid and electric engines, but also on their impact on mobility and society. • Create awareness in the younger generation and society about the importance of new efficient and clean mobility systems in urban environments. • Promote students/staff mobility. • Create a list of suggestions of creating working safety rules for the industry. Centro San Viator (Spain) previous project experience (in "Automobility Expansion Pack" 2010-1-DK1-LEO04-01873") with SDE (Denmark) and Bridgwater College (United Kingdom) let us know that they are highly reliable partners and that they will offer a technological knowledge difficult to find in other VET schools. Tecnalia Research & Innovation is the first privately funded Applied Research Centre in Spain and one of the leading such centers in Europe. With our 1,475 highly qualified employees, a 110 million Euros turnover and a portfolio with over 4,000 clients, TECNALIA are very interested in collaborating with a trans-European partnership with VET schools, as it is here where future technicians are trained. Description of activities and methodology A quality plan QP in the project will provide an overview of the management structure, role and responsibilities of the project partners. It will define procedures and the monitoring of the progress, quality assurance and overall for the project management. Intellectual outputs: Open educational resources. Research on the importance of "Clean Mobility Systems". Recommendations of common safety rules. Multiplier events: Local conferences and workshops and a final international conference. Learning Activities: Short-term joint staff training events Long-term teaching or training assignments The achievement of the general objectives of the project should have a positive impact on people and society due to: • Provide a more attractive education and training programs based on ICT methodologies and open educational resources (OER). • Good practices and awareness on electric urban mobility, aligned with the European project and the EU values. • Increase understanding and responsiveness to social and environmental problems. • Improve internationalization strategies and reinforce cooperation with partners and companies from other countries. • Increase opportunities for professional development. • Final recommendation about safety regulations for hybrid and electric car in EU. Potential longer-term benefits We expect, on the one hand, train better technicians which will mean that local/regional companies will be more competitive in the areas of electric/hybrid cars. On the other hand, if our recommendations are taken into account this will help to professionals of different fields (police, ambulance staff, car mechanics...) to work in a safer environment. Finally, but no less important we also aspire to increase awareness on electric urban mobility of all society.



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