Leonardo da Vinci programme project iLearn2main
The iLearn2Main project aims to bring the right innovative training and training tools to the right people, in order to improve Maintenance Management practice in modern production units. The direct objectives are as follows – improve qualifications and employability of industrial workers by adequate VET training, in line with the Copenhagen declaration; enhance procedures for improving production equipment life cycle and produce better quality products; enhance procedures for meeting production constraints and improve performance efficiency; enhance procedures for meeting environment and safety requirements; improve total plant cost effectiveness.
To meet these targets, iLearn2Main will employ innovative e-learning technologies, offering customisable and personalised training to staff, while facilitating the standardisation of competencies assessment and learning evaluation.
iLearn2Main engages stakeholders from a wide spectrum: Industry, research and academic partners, industrial associations, organisations related to innovation diffusion and knowledge transfer; research institutions involved in educational and e-learning technology. Thus, the consortium composition ensures the highest quality professional training outcome. Project partners – Portsmouth Business Scholl University of Portsmouth (United Kingdom), Athena – Research and Innovation Center in Information, Communication and Knowledge Technologies, Cultural & Educational Technology Institute (Greece), ATLANTIS ENGINEERING (Greece), UTEK AB (Sweden), National Council of Small and Medium Sized Private Enterprises in Romania (Romania), Latvia Technology Park (Latvia).
Project iLearn2main website: www.ilearn2main.eu