Live webinar on a project “The Skills for the Digital Future of Plastic Factories – UPSKILL”

Live webinar on a project “The Skills for the Digital Future of Plastic Factories – UPSKILL”

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Polymer Comply Europe (PCE) is pleased to announce its next live webinar on a project “The Skills for the Digital Future of Plastic Factories – UPSKILL”, organised on behalf of European Plastics Converters (EuPC) and the UPSKILL project.

The live webinar will take place on the 23rd of March 2020 between 11.30 - 12.45 CET and will introduce the UPSKILL project, focusing on tackling the skills shortage and skills gap in Europe.

Agenda:

  • 11.30 - 11.40 Welcome & Introduction
    Marjan Ranogajec, EuPC
  • 11.40 -12.10 Skills for the Digital Future of Plastic Factories
    Gražina Žardalevičienė, LINPRA (Lithuania)
    Marc Manguin, ISPA (France)
  • 12.10 -12.25 Questions & Answers
  • 12.25 - 12.30 Closing


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UPSKILL approach

The aim of the project is to enhance the capability of European VET systems to respond to the plastics sector-specific labor market needs by designing, piloting and implementing an innovative vocational training programme for plastics machine operators with specific emphasis on digital skills to work with robotics and other smart manufacturing technologies, as well as green skills and entrepreneurial competencies.

The project will:
- enhance the quality of vocational training;
- improve the competence of teachers and plastic machine operators;
- make VET curriculum more relevant to the labour market;
- provide students and teachers with the opportunity to use digital materials.
Co-founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
Co-founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

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About Polymer Comply Europe

Polymer Comply Europe (PCE) is a service provider for the plastics industry specialised in EU legislation. Since 1989 we have been closely working with the industry developing an in-depth knowledge and wide experience in EU Regulatory Compliance, Association Management and Projects & Studies.

Due to the increasing complexity of EU legislation, companies can benefit from more legal and technical advice. Companies involved in the plastics industry can get support on how to cope with this burden and our experts can provide you with the best expertise. You will receive informed advice from our best EU experts. For this we decided to develop a pool of EU plastics experts under our service company Polymer Comply Europe, based in Brussels.

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