Smart Rehabilitation 3.0 – Innovating professional skills in the sector of existing building stock

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Objectives

  • Overcoming the gap between educational offers and the increasing European need of rehabilitation specialists by defining the new professional profile of “Expert in rehabilitation”.
  • Creating homogeneous curricula for the new profession in the sector of existing building stock on European level.
  • Improving specialized training and making the construction sector more attractive to young university students.
  • Anticipating the needs of professional qualification allowing greater transnational mobility using innovative digital tools.

Activities

  • Definition of the professional profile “Expert in rehabilitation”.
  • Development of 4 online courses on innovative interventions and on technological innovation in rehabilitation.
  • Implementation of 4 short-term joint staff training events
  • Collection of best practices, materials and information in a specialized online library as a tool for teachers, students and professionals to access technological innovation and innovative interventions.
  • Multiplier events and final conference.

Results

  • Profession “Expert in rehabilitation”.
  • 4 MOOCs enabling students with basic knowledge of innovative interventions and technological innovation in rehabilitation
  • Specialized online library for accessing technological innovation and innovative interventions

Impact

  • Professional profile “Expert in Building Rehabilitation” and the respective training program
  • Innovative pedagogical online tools (MOOC) in the rehabilitation and restoration field
  • Collaboration agreements between universities and the rehabilitation sector regarding the use of the created training courses and online platform
  • Improved correspondence between the demand and requirements of the construction sector and Universities’ educational offers
  • Consolidate innovation in the use of digital technologies in educational institutions;
  • Sensitising of public authorities, professional associations, experts in the field and private companies etc. to the European cultural and architectural heritage through local and international dissemination events

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The project

Date of the project

01/11/2019 – 30/04/2022

DG of reference

DG EAC, Erasmus+ KA2 Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices – Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education

Categories

Unit

Higher Education and Research

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E-mail

paula.goltzsche@cesie.org

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https://smart-rehabilitation.eu
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