Projects and Collaboration

Here we will post information regarding national and international projects KIT is involved in, as well as collaboration and cooperation activities with educational partners and industry. 

Leonardo Partnership Project: Enter+

Project: Enter+ (2010 - 2012)
Project Partners: GIP Formation tout au Long de la Vie (FR), Jugendwerkstatt Felsberg e.V. (DE), Solski Center PTUJ(SI), Organization Agora (IT), Keilir Institute of Technology (IS)
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Project Summary: Developing renewable energies and improving energetical efficiency are two important EU objectives. Though the Copenhagen summit was not completely successful, every Member State has to work in this direction, and things are moving. It will bring a need for new technologies, new jobs, new qualifications therefore an innovative training field must be developped. ENTER+ aims to improve a network of European training institutions that are involved in this field. Trainers, training advisors and managers will:
  • improve their knowledge of the EU and national policies, through presentations and meeting with local stakeholders,
  • share their experience, through presentations and visits of the partner-institutions,
  • present each other's pedagogical methods and tools, adapt some of them for their own situation
  • analyse good practice, and
  • hopefully build the basis for further cooperation.

Leonardo Partnership Project: CATS 

Project: Competencies and Transferable Skills: eService Solutions for the Energy Sector (2010 - 2012)
Project number: 510526-LLP-1-2010-1-UK-LEONARDO-LMP
Programme: Life Long Learning Programme (LLP)
Project Partners: BBRZ (Austria), Cardet(Cyprus), Hexacon Balija (Lithuania), Keilir Institute of Technology (Iceland), Noema-CMI Oy (Finland), Randers Tekniske Skole (Denmark), Parternship Team Ltd. (United Kingdom), TelePedagogic Knowledge Centre AB (Sweden)
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Project Summary: The CATS project will develop a set of frameworks, tools and systems to support the future growth and diversification of the European Energy Sector. The partnership will develop competency frameworks for a wide range of sub-sectors including both traditional and renewable technologies, produce interactive online competency assessment and impact assessment tools, guidance manuals and an eService solution. These products will be used by employers in the energy sector, current employees, careers advisors, engage new entrants to a growing sector, and support the work of skills agencies and sector skills academies.