EU- Train4HCWork: Online training course on design of human-centred workplace in industry

EU- Train4HCWork: Online training course on design of human-centred workplace in industry

Below you will find a short summary of the project. For further information please contact the project managers via the contact button on the right side.

Background

Background: One of the main research and innovation priorities of the European Factories of the Future Research Association (EFFRA) is human-centered manufacturing: ‘Human-centricity’ will be needed in factories of the future in order to increase flexibility, agility, and competitiveness (Factories of the Future. Multi‑annual roadmap for the contractual PPP under Horizon 2020)

Goals

  • To develop, implement and set the basis for a European dissemination of a new online course focused on the design of human-centred workplaces.
  • To strengthen the knowledge and skills of targeted professionals in the design of human-centred workplaces in industry;
  • To propose a training contents as well as learning methodology and based on requirements of relevant targeted stakeholders: engineers, health and safety managers, human resources professionals

Methodic

The participant will find the following general resources for the online course:

  • A bulletin board and news: where the facilitator reminds participants important dates for the course, and any news of interest.
  • The forum of the online course: with the participation of the teacher and the facilitator of the course to answer all questions and inquiries from participants.
  • Library: a collection of resources selected by the teacher of the course.
  • Utilities: selection of applications and software that may be required for the participant to follow the course (unzip, PDF and documents viewers, etc.).

Results

  • Online training course on design of human-centred workplace in industry for engineers, health and safety managers;
  • training contents as well as learning methodology and based on requirements of relevant targeted stakeholders;