One of the main objects of CARDEMY was to identify the existing learning content, assess mismatches, gaps in skills, pedagogics and learning cultures about Industry 4.0 and, finally assess a methodology for implementing new contents within the EQF and ECVET framework to design a transnational curriculum.
There are different approaches to identifying and describing learning outcomes depending on the qualifications system. ECVET purposes the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) is used as a reference for levels. Four different reports were carried out for each country of partners’ project (ES, DE, CZ and FR) that provided a detailed scenario of the present formative situation within the automotive sector, both in terms of the training needs but also the training offer currently available. These reports were the basis for the design of a transnational curriculum for automotive industry and the training modules.
The design of this transnational curriculum for automotive industry facilitate the recognition and validation of knowledge, skills and competences acquired to a European level, supporting the mobility and adaptability of workers.
Here you can find the European report and matrix that include each country’s result: