AutoSAP – Support for the auto industry 3, reg. no. CZ.03.1.52/0.0/0.0/19_110/0010803, is intended for employees of companies that are members of the Association of the Automotive Industry.
The main goal of the project is to increase the level of professional knowledge and skills of the employees of the involved companies. Through the professional education of the employees of our membership in the project, we strive for the prosperity and development of enterprises. We will support the personal development of individual workers, increase their competence in all aspects and strengthen teamwork and the development of company culture.
ALBATTS – The Alliance for Batteries Technology, Training and Skills
Project number 612675-EPP-1-2019-1-SE-EPPKA2-SSA-B co-financed by the European Union Erasmus + program
20 partners from 10 European countries are involved in the ALBATTS project. It analyzes the entire value chain of batteries, from the mining and processing of mineral resources, through the production of batteries and battery packs, through battery applications in mobile devices (road vehicles, ships, trains, planes, drones, bicycles, scooters, etc.) and stationary devices (energy storage ), up to the second life of batteries and their recycling.
Using analyses, webinars and questionnaire surveys, it identifies the main technological trends in the field of batteries, industry needs and the existing education offer, and proposes adaptations of education systems with the aim of ensuring the future competitiveness of the EU, especially with regard to the emergence of e-mobility. AutoSAP, within the ALBATTS project, leads the WP5 working group on the use of batteries in mobile applications.
is a grant project funded by the European Climate Foundation under grant number G-2304-65820.
The aim of the project is to analyse the employment challenges related in particular to the green and digital transformation of the automotive industry in the Czech and Slovak Republics and to formulate an action plan for the implementation of the up-skilling and re-skilling agenda in both countries, including the dissemination of relevant findings and recommendations among selected stakeholders.