Motor Teknolojilerinde Çevre Kirliliğine Karşı Yen..
Motor Teknolojilerinde Çevre Kirliliğine Karşı Yeni Yaklaşımlar
Start date: Sep 1, 2016,
End date: Aug 31, 2017
“New Approaches to Environmental Pollution in Motor Technologies” project includes 2 weeks of training of students and teachers of consortium of Otomotiv Endüstrisi İhracatçılar Birliği Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, İlhan Parseker Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School and Batman Vocational Training Center under the coordinatorship of Batman Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School in Italy, Spain and Czech Republic.The mobility activities will be the main activities of the project. The first mobility will be organized in Czech Republic between 04.03.2017 and 19.03.2017. 17 participant teachers will participate in training in ‘Electric and Hybrid Motor Vehicles’ in Střední škola automobilni a informatiky. The second mobility will be organized in ISER Srl in Italy. 25 students will participate in apprenticeship in “SBehavior and Quality Management in Services” between 15.04.2017 and 30.04.2017. The third mobility will be organized in Gesforem in Spain between 03.06.2017 and 18.06.2017. 17 teachers will be trained in “New Methods for Decrease of Exhaust Emissions”.Motor vehicles and automotive sector are one of the fields including rapid technological developments in the world. The studies and works are conducted in automotive sector for new sustainable measures to prevent the environmental pollution because of technological developments. The decrease of exhaust emissions and use of electric or hybrid engine vehicles are the actual subjects to be followed up for this purpose. The emission standard values, limiting the atmosphere exhaust degree, is decreasing day by day. This increases the tendency in use of environment friendly hybrid and electric engine vehicles. The training and on-the-job training in Spain and Czech Republic are planned for teacers to follow up the recent developments in these subjects. Thus, the teachers will learn the latest information about the subjects and transfer this information to their students in the scope of the project. Many students, graduated from Motor Vehicles Technologies Department of vocational high schools, are employed in the care and maintenance services in automotive sector in order to meet the intermediate staff need. The students will observe European standards and practices about their fields and train themselves as more qualified staff in their professions in the scope of the project. It is aimed in the project that the students will have a professional point of view and learn the system used in Europe as a result of participation in 2 weeks of training organized in Italy in the scope of the project. The participants will be consisted of the teachers in Motor Vehicle Technologies departments of consortium member high schools in the first (Czech Republic) and second (Spain) mobility activities. There will be 17 teachers in both mobility activities. 8 teachers from Batman Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, 5 teachers from İlhan Parseker Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, 2 teachers from Otomotiv Endüstrisi İhracatçılar Birliği Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School and Batman Vocational Training Center will participate in the project. 10 students from Batman Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School, the coordinator institution, and 5 students from other consortium member organizations will participate in apprenticeship activity in the second mobility (Italy). The participant students are in the 10th, 11th and 12nd classes of the Motor Vehicles Department. The apprenticeship is planned for students for preparation to professional life in the scope of the project. The teachers will participate in theoretical and applied trainings and also on-the-jo training to learn the up-to-date information in the foreign organizations. The students will experience European practices related to their professions and become more qualified staff. The teachers will observe the developments in motor technologies and increase their professional information and skills and transfer these information and methods to their students. In the long term, it is expected that the participant organizations will make contribution to the increase of service quality of automotive firms in the region and the developments in automotive sector will be followed in the region as a result of implementation of the project.
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