Specialist in 3D printing - specialized training in application of 3D printing and practical use of acquired knowledge
Development of the course on 3D printing technology to be used within Vocational Educational Training Curriculum (C-VET) is the main idea of the project. The course, which covers theoretical problems and practical applications, will create, extend and update the knowledge of adults in the scope of 3D printing. Acquired knowledge and gained skills can be used at present work as well as they can help in retraining.
Development and implementation in the organizations participating in the project the free course extending the theoretical and practical knowledge of teachers, entrepreneurs and professionals in design for industry and health care on 3D printing is the Project objective.
Delivered materials will include information on 3D printing and examples of its practical use in different domains.
The course will base on two components:
1. Internet training platform (on-line access to training materials) - will include theory about 3D printing technology as well as possibilities of using 3D printing technology in tasks realized for different professions, presented on the examples taken from different fields and sectors of the market.
2. 3D printing centre enabling 3D printing for demonstration purpose and practical use of this technology by the trainees. Therefore the course will be developed with special attention paid to practical use of acquired knowledge.
Participantes y empresas cooperantesCoordinator:
INSTYTUT TECHNIKI GORNICZEJ KOMAG (KOMAG), POLAND, www.komag.eu
District Centre for Continuing Education (Powiatowe Centrum Ksztalcenia Ustawicznego, PCKU), www.cku.wodz.pl
Instituto de Biomecánica (IBV), (SPAIN), http://www.ibv.org
School Centre Velenje (SLOVENIA), www.scv.si
Damatic Krupa i Wspolnicy Spolka Cywilna (POLAND), www.damatic.pl
Hermo Medical Solutions, S.L. (EXOVITE), (SPAIN), www.exovite.com
Duración y referencia
Fecha de inicio: 01-09-2016
Fecha de finalización: 31-08-2019
Referencia del proyecto: 2016-1-PL01-KA202-026335