La rivista Italian Journal of Educational Technology (IJET) del CNR (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche) ha recentemente pubblicato un articolo scientifico relativo al progetto Erasmus+ C95 Challenge ed ai risultati conseguiti. La pubblicazione riporta nel dettaglio le diverse fasi del progetto ed i processi utilizzati per la realizzazione del sistema di formazione mobile per autisti C95 Challenge.
Sulla piattaforma C95 Challenge per gli stakeholders è aperta la discussione su alcuni dei temi più attuali per il settore dell’autotrasporto, come formazione, nuove tecnologie e normative europee.Tutti gli interessati possono richiedere di partecipare alla discussione al seguente link: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8416068
È stata pubblicata la quarta newsletter del progetto C95 Challenge. La pubblicazione include la descrizione delle attività a cui il partenariato si sta dedicando, gli ultimi materiali e documento prodotti. La newsletter copre il periodo che va da marzo a luglio 2016.
È possibile scaricare la newsletter dalla pagina “Dissemination” o leggerla direttamente cliccando sulla figura qui sotto.
We have published the fourth C95 Challenge newsletter containing current activities, recent materials ad documents produced by the partnership. The fourth newsletter covers the period from March 2016 to July 2016.
You can download the newsletter from the “Dissemination” page or read it by clicking on the links below.
On July 20th SUPSI met Mr. Renato Dotta and Paolo Colombi at RASS (Ricerca Aggiornamento Sicurezza Stradale) Institute – in Bellinzona-Ticino (http://www.rass.ch).
In the meeting, SUPSI presented the C95-challenge project discussing the training path, the 5 modules and their sub-topics, and the available interactive materials. On one hand, the trainers’ feedback was positive about the training methodology and approach, on the other hand, they suggested a revision of some material, mainly quizzes to improve quality.
The fourth C95 Challenge project meeting will be held on 30 june and 1 July 2016 in Catarroja (Valencia). The Centre Integrat Públic de Formació Professional Catarroja will host the project partners coming from Italy, Austria, Poland and Switzerland. During the meeting the project partners will present the main results of the project, including the interactive educational materials created for the training of professional drivers.
The meeting is crucial to take decisions about the future of C95 Challenge project. In particular the next steps will be oriented to optimise the material, improve sustainability and exploitation and find, with the main stakeholders in the transport sector, possible developments at European level.
On June 22nd SUPSI met Mr. Marco Gazzola, the responsible for training courses of Swiss Touring Club (TCS) – Ticino (www.tcs-ticino.ch).
Together with two trainers of OAut courses for car, small trucks and minibus, the C95-challenge training path, the 5 modules and their sub-topics, the ICT technologies and tools used in the educational contents, and the available interactive material have been presented and discussed. The trainers’ feedback was generally positive and has been collected in a questionnaire; at this preliminary analysis, some remarks about open issues have been observed, in particular about differences or small discrepancies between EU and CH regulations.
Cna Pesaro e Urbino with the support of Training 2000 presented C95 Challenge results during a training course for professional drivers in Urbino. During the event the participants had the opportunity to explore the educational material and give their impressions. The partners collected very positive feedback from the participants and useful contacts for the sustinability of the project results.
Training 2000 and CNA Pesaro e Urbino are carrying out the fine tuning with drivers. Drivers and trainers are very satisfied with the results of the training and the feedback received. Below you can find some interviews filmed after the training.