May 6, 2021Read more
As a partner in the BRACKET project, InnoRenew CoE hosted two sessions of “Training on Key Enabling Technologies, Educational Materials and Online Courses”, on 20 April 2021.
Dr David DeVallance, InnoRenew CoE research group leader for Renewable Materials Composites, and Nežka Sajinčič, InnoRenew CoE assistant researcher, presented the need for training in nanotechnology, biotechnology and advanced materials Key Enabling Technologies within Europe.
“The multiplier workshop event gave us the opportunity to present the e-learning content developed by InnoRenew CoE and our partners in the BRACKET project,” said Dr DeVallance.
“Specifically, we were able to tell the story of the curriculum development for Vocational Education Training in Key Enabling Technologies. The event also allowed us to guide attendees through the online course content that leads to gaining ECVET credits,” he added.