"Enhancing traditional craft practices though 3D printing and technology innovation" (CRAFT3D) is a collaborative partnership, spanning 24 months within the realm of Vocational Education and Training. The consortium comprises of 6 partner organizations from 5 EU countries. The initiative seeks to drive innovation in the craft sector by forging connections with technology and digital domains.
These are the activities which are going to be implemented in the project:
- developing a VET programme aimed at the upskilling of wooden craft artisans and carpenters (25-45) by providing them knowledge and specialized skills on 3d printing and its applicability in the wood craft sector.
- developing an assessment tool for VET providers that supports the monitoring of VET learners learning progress in an online environment.
- local phase of testing of the MOOC involving wood craft artisans and carpenters.
- local work-based learning phase and Mentorship Programme testing.
CRAFT3D will concentrate on advancing the wood manufacturing sector, specifically emphasizing the adoption of 3D printing in the industry. This will be achieved through the creation of a specialized Vocational Education and Training (VET) curriculum presented as a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). The curriculum will be complemented by a work-based learning experience and a customized assessment tool designed to track learners' progress in a digital setting.
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