Automotive Skills Alliance holds conference on transition challenges on 29 and 30 September
The German city of Stuttgart will host the first conference of the Automotive Skills Alliance (ASA), on 29 and 30 September, titled “Skills in continuous transition? Bringing together human approach and technological changes in the automotive ecosystem”.
The event, supported by the ASA’s partner, the Stuttgart Region, together with its Economic Development Corporation (WRS GmbH), will focus on upskilling and reskilling activities as well as needs in the automotive-mobility ecosystem at the European level.
This is the first face-to-face meeting of the ASA, the large-scale, stakeholder-wide Pact for Skills partnership focused on the up-/re-skilling activities in the EU’s automotive-mobility ecosystem.
The two-day conference will host discussions around the current challenges regarding the skills agenda, with contributions coming from relevant players directly involved in the transition. The conference will provide opportunities for stakeholders to connect with other representatives from academia, educational institutions and regions and to learn and share best practices and experiences from their work on up-/re-skilling.
Two workshops will be organised to address challenges and discuss possible cooperation on a variety of topics, including regional implementation, wide-stakeholder cooperation, skills intelligence and lifelong learning, among many others.
CLEPA is among the Alliance founders and, as a leader of the Working Group 2 “Communication & Dissemination”, is actively involved in the organisation of this conference and in the external promotion of its deliverables.
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