EVTECH seeks to increase the supply, quality & relevance of VET provision in the automotive industry, aiming to address the emerging occupational requirements and skills mismatches, resulting from the increasing adoption rates of EVs. The project will build upon existing labour market & skill intelligence, to develop a learning outcome-oriented curriculum with work-based learning opportunities on Electric Vehicles (EV) servicing, maintenance and repair work.
We support electronic vehicle technicians by creating:
1. Evidence-based, measurable learning outcomes for VET provision, through consultation with training, academic, and
2. Formal VET learning units, training & assessment materials & a trainer toolkit for course delivery
3. OERs, Vocational Open Online Course (VOOC) & a learners’ e-book to support self-paced learning
4. Five on-site seminars (1/module) & 1 VOOC pilot-testing, aiming to upskill 800 car technicians
5. Outline of common occupational requirements and updated descriptions for relevant occupational profiles, to be recognised
and embedded into national certification schemes and the ESCO classification system