Call to stakeholders: Register now to the DRIVES project database
CLEPA participates at the DRIVES Project-Development and Research on Innovative Vocational Educational Skills – one of the most important European project and Sector Skills Alliance (SSA) into the Automotive filed, covering all levels of the value chain (vehicle production, automotive suppliers and automotive sales and aftermarket services).
The project runs from 2018 to 2021 and involves 24 European partners, including public entities, European sectorial associations, VET schools and Universities, from 11 EU partner countries. The main goal is to develop concrete actions to satisfy short and medium term skills needs to support the overall sectorial strategy.
Through the network of the partners, DRIVES outcomes will be disseminated EU-wide to more than 300 associations, bringing together more than 270,450 companies of all sizes, representing over 7 million workers.
For this project and intelligence’s research, we would like to add your organisation as key stakeholder and we kindly ask you to put in your contact information into the project database using this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WL9VDNL
Please become part of the database to be aware of the project´s development and next steps. When becoming part of this database, you will be able to contribute on ensuring a constant view on the changing skills needs in the automotive sector, linked to the main drivers – emerging technologies and trends – that are influencing the change, update sectoral knowledge and intelligence at European level. The aim is to maintain an active online resource that combines existing information in a manner suitable for educational providers, companies and awarding bodies to understand skills trends.
Industry contacts at the database will be contacted from January 2019 onwards to provide insights about their skills needs.
Learn more about the project: https://www.project-drives.eu/en/aboutus
Check the DRIVES brochure: https://www.project-drives.eu/Media/Publications/3/Publications_3_20180912_81627.pdf