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  • PACE Promoting Employability through Entrepreneurial Actions in Cross-Border Student Enterprises
    Life span 1. September 2015 to 31. August 2017
    Miguel Civera, Michael Gessler, Kristina Kühn, Lena Setzepfand
    The project pursues as a Eramsmus+ Project following three objectives: (1) Development of basic and cross-sectional skills by using innovative methods, (2)Support of business thinking and acting of young people, (3) Increasing quality through mobility and transnational cooperations.
  • Brofessio – Berufliche Professionalität im produzierenden Gewerbe
    Life span 1. October 2014 to 31. December 2017
    Daniela Ahrens, Michael Gessler, Torsten Grantz, Christian Staden
    Learning potential and learning in high-tech work processes - changing manufacturing industry requires competent specialists
  • Workforce Skill Formation and Innovation at the Shop-Floor Level in China
    Life span 1. October 2014 to 30. September 2017
    Larissa Freund, Michael Gessler, Susanne Kopatz, Klaus Ruth
    The project will conduct internationally explorative research on VET that goes beyond the boundaries of the familiar national and European context and inquires into the as yet unresearched practice of “skill formation” in German firms at the “shop-floor level” in the international context of firms operating outside Europe.
  • EcoBRU
    Life span 1. December 2013 to 30. November 2016
    Rainer Bremer, Peter Kaune, Klaus Ruth
    Ecological Education for Belarus, Russia and Ukraine
  • ReSoLVe Reinventing Subtitling for Language Learning in Vocational Education
    Life span 1. October 2013 to 30. September 2015
    Miguel Civera, Michael Gessler, Eileen Lübcke, Lena Setzepfand
    User generated content as key feature of Web 2.0 applications provides huge learning potential in vocational education. By producing explanatory videos on a small work task, apprentices deepen their understanding of the task, develop a consciousness about the complexity of their performance which creates a sense of provide for their profession.
  • BiMechCop II
    Life span 1. December 2012 to 31. August 2013
    Georg Spöttl
    Phase II concentrates on the concretization of the discussion that a binational comparative study in the form of a benchmark is further detailed and carried through. It will be aimed to identify the conformities and the differences in the training of car mechatronics in the automotive industry in both countries. Another question to clarify is whether any differences in the training quality could be identified. The methodological approach for the comparison is based on comparative indicators.
  • PIA2
    Life span 1. October 2012 to 30. September 2014
    Miguel Civera, Michael Gessler, Anja-Christina Hinrichs, Lena Setzepfand
    Long title: Project management as an Instrument with respect to labor market for development and Assurance of teaching quality in vocational education. In the operational context, innovative problem solving is increasingly developed in projects, where the realization is secured by project management (PM). So far, this development has been given only little attention in vocational education.
  • Aerovet – Skilled Careers in Airbus: Identification of Sector‐Related Qualifications
    Life span 1. March 2009 to 31. May 2012
    Rainer Bremer, Andreas Saniter
    The AEROVET project tested the elements of the technical ECVET specifications in the context of transnational mobility using the example of the technical aviation professions in the four countries France, Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom.
  • ANKOM – Anrechnung beruflicher Kompetenzen auf Hochschulstudiengänge am Beispiel des Studiengangs Systems‐Engineering
    Life span 1. October 2005 to 30. June 2008
    Georg Spöttl, Roland Tutschner
    The "ANKOM" project develops and tests procedures for crediting professional knowledge, skills and competences in higher education courses. To this end, three Northwest German Chambers of Industry and Commerce, representatives of the universities of Oldenburg and Bremen and other research and educational institutions have joined forces to form a regional qualification network.
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