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The ACTEA project Aims to fulfil the specific needs in engineering, provide better skills matching Capacity Building Skills needed at the labour market modern curricula Practice-oriented competence-based teaching life-long-learning To ensure a good skills matching, the project includes research on both labour market demands and competences included in current curricula

PROBLEM STATEMENT
GOAL OF THE PROJECT
METHODOLOGY
OUTPUT
IMPACT
PROJECT TYPE

Erasmus+ KA2 Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education

PROJECT NUMBER

597931-EPP-1-2018-1-BE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

BUDGET

€998.345

PERIOD

November 2018 – November 2022

 

The project in short

First: Research the local situation: skills needed at the labour market – skills taught at the universities – local capacity in HR, IT and infrastructure

Second: Develop technology courses in automation, industrial electricity, renewable energy, CAD/CAM, industrial design and production

Third: Provide industrial equipment for technology labs and supporting learning tools

Fourth: Training in the EU and Africa

All supported by digital tools for project management, course development & quality assurance Key ideas are openness, collaboration, synergy and respect.

Dirk Van Merode – Project Coordinator

Module 2: Electrical Engineering & Automation

Courses

Equipment

  • Electrical installation labs
  • Electrical motor labs                   
  • PLCs & interfacing
  • Hardware automation models
  • Process control unit for temperature, level, pressure and flow control     
  • PV sun panels 3kW/panel + invertors                     
  • Photovoltaic module + battery + solar charge controller           
  • Sun boiler starter kit
  • Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Internet of Things
  • 3D VR set
    • 360° camera
    • 3D goggles
    • Smartphones

Module 3: Labor Market Skills

Courses

In loving memory of our esteemed colleague and architect of the ACTEA project Dr. Job Chaula. Sadly he passed away during the project he helped to build. He will be missed.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.