Learning at the workplace for

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Dec 8, 2013 (3 years and 11 months ago)

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Learning at the workplace for
garage mechanics and technicians

Content


Introduction


Projects


V@K


AutoWeb


Conclusions

Introduction


Lifelong learning


Formations are specialized and expensive


Lack of candidates


Secondary education ( 12 till 18 years)


Formations decreasing


No finance for investing


Projects


Interreg projects


Interregional cooperation in EU


Financed under the European Regional
Development Fund (ERDF)


V@K


AutoWeb

V@K


Who?

Collaboration between


University colleges Netherlands and Belgium


Secondary schools


Enterprises


Organisations


http://www.hvac
-
leren.eu


V@K

Why?



Lack of professionals




Number of HVAC installations

V@K

What?

European project :

blended learning project to learn about

HVAC applications

To maintain

To build

To develop

V@K


Results


17 e
-
learning modules


7 blended learning modules

V@K


Other advantages


A large network of contacts (industry,
schools, organisations)


Share the equipment of the different
partner schools

V@K

Problems?


Wasting time to choose the content management
system : different schools, different systems





Flash animations and a content
management system which is accesible for
education organisations
and

industry.


V@K
Laptop
Laptop
Laptop
Laptop
Laptop
Laptop
V@K

After funding
?

budget


to maintain the modules


to pay a license for the CMS

Incomes


sponsors


registration fees

AutoWeb


What?


Continuing formation for garage mechanics


Airconditioning, diagnostic, multiplexing and common rail


Three languages


Dutch, French and German


E
-
learning


LMS: Ilias, open source


Secondary education


Adopted to the learning programs




AutoWeb


Who?


Development:


AutoForm (Competence centre)


ZAWM (Formation centre)


Arcus
-
college (University College)


KHLim (University College)


Test cases with several secondary schools

AutoWeb


Demonstration

Conclusions


Flash
-
animations based on Cognitive
Multimedia theory (Mayer, 2002)


SOI
-
model