Digital Single Market
Digital Economy & Society

ICT 2013


Zbigniew MROZEK registered to attend the ICT 2013 Event

Cracow University of Technology, Politechnika Krakowska
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ass. Professor


You are invited to be associated partner of SALEIE project. You will have access to all work packages, project metings and results, you will not get any money from this project but you may be invited to the future projects as full participant.

The main challenges addressed by SALEIE project are:

Ensuring graduates are prepared to enable Europe to respond to the current global technical challenges in the Green Energy the Environment and Sustainability, Communications and IT, Health, and Modern Manufacturing Systems (including Robotics), that is, a “new skills for new jobs” approach. This will embrace conventional education, lifelong learning and training for entrepreneurship. Ensuring that programme and module governance is sufficiently well understood that issues of mobility, progression and employment are understandable by appropriate stakeholders including the accrediting bodies for professional engineers. Ensuring all learners, irrespective of their background or personal challenges, including: dyslexia and dyspraxia; visual and audio impairments; and mental disabilities such as aspergers, autism, depression, anxiety; are given equal opportunity to education and are appropriately supported.

The aims of this project are to investigate and explore these challenges and to: Build a shared understanding of the skills and competence needs of graduates to help European Companies respond to the current global technical challenges. Enhance current understanding of academic programmes and modules in terms of technical content and level of learner achievement as a means of improving clarity of learner skills and competence for mobility, academic progression and employment. At present careful scrutiny of application forms is often required when learners apply for academic experiences (such as work placements and ERASMUS exchanges) to fully understand how well the learner meets pre-requisite requirements; and how exchange programmes meet home institution requirements. Build a common understanding of current practices and issues associated with marketing programmes and the support of students from unconventional backgrounds and those with special needs. In this context special need are taken to include, but not be limited to students with: physical mobility problems; dyslexia and dyspraxia; visual and audio impairments; and mental disabilities such as aspergers, autism, depression, anxiety. Students with special needs often require adjustments to be made to infrastructure and teaching practices, adjustments that need to be carried out with sensitivity to the students involved.


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