Adults, Data and emerging Identities - AUDID
AUDID’s goal, under the leadership of the Croatia-based Business School PAR, is to educate adults about the dangers of online identities, cryptocurrencies and e-wallets to improve safety and security while browsing. The aim is to achieve this by developing a dynamic demonstrator alongside a curriculum and pedagogical approach, with open badges to recognise success!
Enabling the potential of handicraft CRAFT 4.0 - CRAFT 4.0
Technological University Dublin, based in Ireland, leads the Craft 4.0 project in creating training tools and a peer network for craftspeople in the area of digital modelling and digital additive manufacturing. We’re hoping to fulfil this goal through an interactive e-learning environment, again with open badges to show success.
Fostering the Adoption of ICT-enabled AMTs by European SMEs - FAME
FAME, led by ECAM-EPMI of France, is trying to support SMEs in developing advanced manufacturing technologies through a training programme and support tools available online, alongside a personalised approach. It will include a virtual AMT Adoption Assistant for personalised training and a skills retention service.
Imprinting quality to entrepreneurship education – INQUAL
Portugal-based Instituto Pedro Nunes leads the INQUAL project, aimed at improving the quality of vocational, and in particular entrepreneurship, education. INQUAL aims to achieve this through the development of a common reference framework, a description of competences and skills for required for quality managers and recommendations on how to implement the system.