WP4 In-service training


The objective of the WP4 is to implement the effective training service in the area of innovative micro/nanotech co-engineering.

WP4 activities on training modules development includes:

  1. comprehensive needs analysis by Reference team, which includes studying state-of the art, definition of learning outcomes and establishing modules developers’ teams for ISM1-ISM4 .
  2. verification by DTI from EU side and by HMTI (ISM1, 2) + NSC KIPT (ISM3,4) due to their specific experience.

III. design phase for ISM1-ISM4 consists of:

  1.  Development project of the program in home PC;
  2.  Discussing modules with EU project partners responsible for verification of the respective modules;
  3.  Printing the initial draft set of module lectures, lab tasks, questionnaires.
  4. Verification of in-service modules:
  5.  Internal revision/verification HMTI (ISM1, 2) and NSC KIPT (ISM3,4);
  6.  External revision/verification by DTI;
  7.  Printing the final set of the modules materials;
  8.  Introduction at the CIDECS centers at host PC universities.

The training system to be provided by CIDECS Centers includes 3 levels (connected with WP1 and WP2):

  1. Elementary. Presentations of world and national achievements in the domain of micro/nanotech eco-engineering; discussions with invited university professors about state-of-art in the sector;
  2. Intermediate. Elementary + Face-to-face lecture studies by university professors of the in-service modules ISM1-ISM2;
  3.  Advanced. Intermediate + Face-to-face and e-learning studies of the in-service modules ISM1-ISM4.

Integration of the in-service training program with the network IITN training system (includes trainings on IP rights protection, green engineering, entrepreneurship training) ensure the synergetic effect achievement.


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