- European Curriculum on Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology
- Bibliography Database
- First Joint European Summer School on Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology
- Second Joint European Summer School on Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology
- Joint European Summer School on Fuel Cell, Battery and Hydrogen Technology 2013
- TrainHy-Prof Workpackage 1
- TrainHy-Prof Workpackage 2
- TrainHy-Prof Workpackage 3
- TrainHy-Prof Workpackage 4
- TrainHy-Prof Workpackage 5
- Questionnaire Demand Education in Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technologies
- Statistics Demand Education in Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technologies
- Preliminary Meeting, 11 May 2010, Delft, The Netherlands
- Kick-off Meeting, 21-22 Oct 2010, Brugge, Belgium
- First Project Meeting, 13-14 Jan 2011, Belfast, United Kingdom
- First Advisory Council Meeting, 02 March 2011, Brussels, Belgium
- Second Project Meeting, 08 Apr 2011, Roskilde, Denmark
- Third Project Meeting, 27-28 Jun 2011, Lucerne, Switzerland
- Fourth Project Meeting, 26 & 28 Aug 2011, Viterbo, Italy
- Second Advisory Council Meeting, 21 November 2011, Brussels, Belgium
- Fifth Project Meeting, 13 & 14 Dec 2011, Berlin, Germany
- Sixth Project Meeting, 15 Feb 2012, Berlin, Germany
- Global Hydrogen Ambassadors
- HySafe Experimental Facilities
- e-Academy of Hydrogen Safety
TrainHy-Prof Workpackage 1
|Person Month Distribution of Staff Effort per Workpackage
|Work Package Title:
||Review of existing European training programmes
|Work Package Leader:
||To review existing training programmes and courses in Europe supplying knowledge to post graduate students and young professionals in the fields of hydrogen and fuel cells.
||To perform a comparative study of training systems in other technology areas, specifically solar, wind, sustainable energy and new technologies.
||To evaluate the scope, effectiveness, structure and cost of these training systems, and measures in terms of increasing the hiring rate and performance of participants in relevant businesses.
||Close cooperation has been agreed on with the companion JU project HyProfessional; both projects will perform the review of existing training programmes jointly.
||Contact to the SP1-JTI-FCH.2009.5.2 call topic project on Regulator training will be sought.
Description of work
WT 1.1: Review of European Training Programmes for FCH (JUELICH, RISOEDTU)
Review of existing training programmes in Europe supplying knowledge to post graduate students and young professionals in the fields of hydrogen and fuel cells. . The review will in particular be on courses provided by universities related to fuel cells and hydrogen, and on summer schools on the topic.
Output reported in: D1.1a
WT 1.2: Review of European Training Programmes for Renewable Energies, CCS, and Nano-Technologies (JUELICH, RISOEDTU)
Collect information about training activities for post graduates and professionals as an input to effective training activities in fuel cells and hydrogen. The collected information is also for use for a comparative study of training systems in other technology areas, specifically in renewable energies such as solar and wind, sustainable energy, and other 'new technology' areas.
Output reported in: D1.1b
WT 1.3: Effectiveness of Training Measures (JUELICH, RISOEDTU)
Evaluation of the scope, effectiveness, structure and cost of the measures identified in WTs 1.1 & 1.2, including the effectiveness of the existing FCH summer schools in increasing the hiring rate and performance of participants in relevant businesses.
Output reported in: D1.1a and D1.1b
WT 1.4: Summary Conclusions and Curriculum Requirements (JUELICH, RISOEDTU)
Summary and preparation of findings as input into WPs 2, 3, and 4. The summary will include proposed strengthening mechanisms for the training programmes on fuel cells and hydrogen, an evaluation of the possible impact of such mechanisms, and the estimated additional costs.
An analysis of skills required by companies will be prepared in close cooperation with the industry advisory group. Further information will be gathered on employer needs for the level of training and the envisaged future developments in the labour market, including future job patterns.
Output reported in: D1.2
Milestones and expected results
||Hand-over of first draft of D1.2 to WP 2 & 3
||WP1, WP2, WP3
|*In most cases the milestone verifies itself, by a statement 'documents available/received', meeting held, decisions taken etc. Only in the cases where this is not so, a specific action is given.
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