Title ALCVET: Advanced eLearning Content for VET in Recycling Industry SME
Project Number PL/07/LLP-LdV/TOI/140008
Project Type Innovationstransfer
The main objectives of the ALCVET project comply with the LdV objectives to improve the quality and attractiveness of the European VET system by adapting and integrating innovative content and results from the previous LdV and ICT Projects, into VET systems and companies in EU countries.
Starting from the above defined needs, the project aims to provide a cost-effective, comprehensive training system for SMEs in recycling domain covering 3 topics:
(a) general recycling technologies,
(b) process improvements and supporting ICT systems, and
(c) new business forms and SME networking.
Sectors Erbringung von Freiberuflichen, Wissenschaftlichen und Technischen Dienstleistungen
R1 - Methodology Handbook
Methodology Handbook describes the procedures for transferring of the already existing courses or learning content from one to another sectoral area and from one to another socio-cultural environment, based on usage of corresponding ontologies (or taxonomies) for differ-ent sectors and different socio-cultural or national environments. The Methodology Handbook contributes to facilitated provision of unified training content applicable in different EU countries and recycling areas for 4 target groups: less qualified workers (representing more than 80% employees in recycling SMEs), management staff, technical staff and trainers and consultants, and educating SME staff.
R2 - e-Learning system and specific modules
The set of courses was realised based on the Learning Management System (LMS) Moodle - a free, Open Source software package, up-graded with a set of additional functionalities according to the user requirements. Specific learning modules are transferred from previous projects, and updated/reworked where necessary. The resulting initial solutions comprised courses on:
• general recycling technologies, based on the original courses from the Tramcar project
• new business forms and SME networking, based on the original learning content from the E-Mult project, and
• business process improvement and supporting ICT, based on the e-learning course eBEP
R3 - General Recycling Practices Handbook
General Recycling Practices Handbook is available online as part of ALCVET courses – “ALCVET: General information about recycling” and as printable materials in doc files.