Details

Tunisia becomes more and more interesting for German companies with its competitive, up-to-scratch economy and its well-directed macroeconomic aggregates. BRIDGE, conducted by CLIC and HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, promotes this development by working out training methods for the Tunisian automotive industry. More precisely, the project aims at exporting and adapting the German apprenticeship model and vocational training methods to the needs in Tunisia via remote service. Therefore it intends to develop a sustainable educational training concept considering the individual needs of three stages: workers, specialists and managers. The elaboration and implementation of a Web 2.0 platform will support the learner’s progress and intensify the communication within the company of our project partner Marquardt, a family enterprise headquartered in Germany with a production company in Tunisia.

Main objectives

First of all, every employee shall benefit from the new training system in the automotive industry in equal measure. To this end, we need to develop a concept on three stages: vocational training for workers and in-service training for specialists as well as for managers. The overarching goal is a better stage of knowledge leading to an improvement in productivity.

In the context of sustainability, other training providers shall also be able to export the training concept in the medium and long term to countries like Tunisia. That’s why the access to project results, providing information about cultural aspects and characteristics, is very important for their success.

In addition to that, the project partners HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, University of Leipzig, Bildungswerk der Baden-Württembergischen Wirtschaft e.V. and SKZ ToP GmbH develop collaboratively a concept of vocational and educational training via remote service for and in Tunisia. The target is not only to launch a platform which includes tailor-made eLearning-modules, but also to facilitate efficient communication across borders, ensuring fast problem solving.

 

Project description

  1. The test and evaluation phase is made in cooperation with our partners in Tunisia (S.A.E.E., MSB, MFPE)
  2. The collaboration with the MFPE ensures the sustainability of the project, because the results will serve as a basis for the conception of new educational training systems.
  3. German exporters of education shall benefit from the results of BRIDGE and be able to go beyond the target country Tunisia.

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About BRIDGE

Tunisia becomes more and more interesting for German companies with its competitive, up-to-scratch economy and its well-directed macroeconomic aggregates. Nonetheless, and despite these positive facts, there is a lack of qualified workforce and vocational training methods in general. The project BRIDGE aims at exporting and adapting the German apprenticeship model and vocational training methods to the needs in Tunisia via remote service. Therefore BRIDGE intends to develop a sustainable educational training which involves all employees within a company: workers, specialists and managers. Furthermore, the German dual system of vocational training shall be made exportable for other training providers in the medium and long term.

 

Link to: BRIDGE Learner



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