Personal driver trainings
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This was done by analysing their needs, barriers and available solutions and by developing a coherent model of training for professional drivers for the transport industry using innovative ICT solutions and recommendations for the changes in the national and Community legislation. The expected result allow to counteract the current, existing problems associated with these disadvantaged groups (e.g. the unemployed including young NEETs, 50+ individuals, immigrants) and will help the transport industry which faces a shortage of workforce.
The project consortium consisted of organisations taking an active part in the process of professional driver training and research in Europe. The project was coordinated by ITS (PL), project partners were Grupa Cargo (PL), Tyoetehoseurary (FL) and 3s (AT).
Project: ICT-INEX – ICT-based, innovative training model development for building professional competences in the transport industry among groups defavorised on the labour market
Contact: Sigrid Mannsberger-Nindl
Client: Erasmus+, Europäische Kommission