Title Programme de gestion logistique dans le secteur des énergies renouvelables (SER)
Project Number 2011-1-PL1-LEO05-19920
Project Type Projets de transfert d'innovation
Ce projet vise à transférer au niveau européen, le "Programme de gestion logistique dans le secteur des énergies renouvelables (SER)" Bien sûr qu'il a été exécuté en Bydgoska Szkoła Wyzsza depuis deux ans à l'échelle nationale. L'idée est de transférer ce programme à d'autres pays ayant moins d'expérience dans ce domaine de la gestion dans les énergies renouvelables en identifiant innovante solutions (adaptation du programme à un système de b-learning avec des éléments
interactifs). Il peut être adapté et utilisé dans les pays cibles et des secteurs (les partenaires du projet et les entités de l'énergie renouvelable et consommant ainsi).
European Logistics Management Programme in Renewable Energy Sector (ELOMPRES)
Renewable energy sector is an one of the most dynamic and important energy sectors in Europe and will continue its fast growing in the near future for various reasons not only because of European Policy on Energy and Climate and Kyoto Protocol but also because of constant increasing in energy consumption and demands as well as fast growing interest in utilization of clean energy sources and job creation. These reasons lead us to predict that renewable energy sector will continue demanding of high skilled and competent professionals and managers. Logistics management is one of the most important field of knowledge and skills for all businesses and in case of energy sector they are very specific, having a great importance for planning and managing an entire supply chain (from source, through energy production to distribution to final consumer).
Logistics Management Programme in RES has been developed by Bydgoska Szkoła Wyższa as interdisciplinary course.It was considered that it would be appropriated to transfer and implement this activity in other European countries (after making some adaptation work).
The main goal of this project was to implement Logistics Management Programme in RES to train managers and executives as well as other staff responsible for this part of activity of enterprises not only engaged in RES sector directly but also other enterprises that use energy extensively and public administration in charge of RES promotion. The additional pedagogical module was directed to trainers and tutors. The idea was to transfer innovative programme delivered as blended learning course to other countries (Czech Republic, Greece and Lithuania) by identifying innovative solutions for its adaptation and implementation (adaptation of the programme to a blended learning system with interactive elements).
Some innovative solutions were identified and adapted between all the consortium partners engaged in this project. This partnership was formed by entities involved in the education and RE sectors:
- P0-Leader (Poland): BSW - Bydgoska Szkoła Wyzsza;
- P1 (Poland): Inventi SA;
- P2 (Lithuania): Eksponente;
- P3 (Greece): AINTEK A.E.;
- P4 (Czech Republic): NorthCom s.r.c.
RES sector is one of the most dynamic sectors in Europe and also in our country. All prospects point at continuous growth
of RES for diverse following reasons:
- There are environmental reasons: Kyoto Protocol and European Policy on Energy and Climate Change that set the targets
to reduce greenhouse emissions in 20% by 2020; 20% presence of RES in European energy-mix and 10% biofuels in
- Increases of energy consumption in the European countries.
- Economic reasons such as development of industrial nets or creation of decentralized job positions have also a weight in
the future of clean energies.
These reasons lead us to predict that renewable energy will keep requiring competent professionals with specific training in
management skills. These professionals will have to know the rules of the game of the sector of renewable energy at
regional, national and international level. The lack of similar offer like logistics management in RES course was another
important reason for transfer and implementation of our unique course in other countries. We considered that a programme
with such features could be a motivating and dynamic element at a labour and psychosocial level for participants. Also, we
wanted to contribute to create links between participants from different companies and administrations operating in the
sector, with the aim of searching for meeting points between professionals, that will foster future expansion and
internationalization of the sector.
In the short term, this project targets the centres for continuing education that offer training to companies in the sector of
RES or similar, Business Associations related to training offer in the sector, Universities with postgraduate courses, etc.
In the long term, the potential users or target group resulting of this project would be directors, executives, managers and
people in charge of teams and business areas (operation, maintenance, product, dostribution) in companies belonging to
renewable energy sector, and also people in charge of appropriate areas or departments within Public Administrations. The
type of company varies from large manufacturing, distribution or exploitation companies to engineering companies,
maintenance, suppliers and distributors work in the energy production and distribution as well as SMEs that use (or want
to) renewable energy sources. Also, this project approach taking into consideration priority of developing the learning environment and co-operation
between VET and work because of adaptation of the entire programme to a b-Learning system. The e-learning component
intends to create a more useful and friendly learning environment, accesible from any remote places, necessary for
renewable energy sector for continuous expansion and strong decentralization.
We considered that a programme with such features could be a motivating and dynamic factor at a labour and psychosocial
level for participants. Also, we wanted to contribute to create links between participants from different companies and
administrations operating in the sector, with the aim of creating of meeting points between professionals, that will foster
future expansion and internationalization of the sector.
Formation tout au long de la vie
Formation ouverte et à distance
Entreprise, TPE, PME
Production et Distribution d`Eau; Assainissement, Gestion des Déchets et Dépollution
Production et Distribution d`Électricité, de Gaz, de Vapeur et d`Air Conditionné
Enseignement à distance
1. Background information. RES sector analysis and reports on RES market condition, key actors in energy sector and 'cross section' of training and education fields in four partners countries.
2. The structure of modular course on Ligistic Management in RES Sector. Pedagogic guide for b-learning system (elearning and traditional in-classes).
3. Complete curriculum of the course and its adaptation in partners countries.
4. Translations of the training handbook.
5. eLearning material in the form of Rapid Learning form (easy available from any web sites).
6. Workshops templates for training in-classes.
7. ECVET pilot implementation.
8. Pilot trainings in four partners countires.
9. Analysis of the students satisfaction levels through appropriate designed questionnaires.
All tasks included in Work Package 2 have been finished and covered preparatory work involving the analysis of the energy market and educational needs in all partners countries have been completed resulting in summary reports and the main results.
The one of the main task of Work Package 3 "Methodology and course content" was finished. Document describes methodology and ECVET system as well as course content divided to 3 modules and 9 learning units in details.The works on textbook and material digitalisation are finished.
Work Package 4 - significant part of work is finished resulting in two main documents: "IT tools and elearning platform" and "B-learning system architecture"
The following tasks have been completed: Both e-learning solution and programme contents adapted to each
country and language (April 2013), Exploitation plans (August 2013), Questionnaires on evaluation of pilot experiences and
analysis (September 2013), report of pilot experience (September 2013), Report about b-learning pilot experience
(October 2013), Evaluation of pilot implementation of ECVET system (October 2013), Workshop to evaluate and share pilot
experience in each country (October 2013).