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To improve the relevance of its continuing education offer, EIT - European Institute of Innovation & Technology - RawMaterials asked INSTN for support in developing their training schemes and management of continuing education projects. Objective: to ensure that EIT provides education and training that corresponds to needs and ensures effective knowledge transfer.
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is a body created by the European Union in 2008 to strengthen Europe's capacity for innovation in strategic areas. The mission of EIT RawMaterials is to develop sustainable competitiveness for European players in the raw materials sector, in particular in support of the energy transition and a responsible economy. One of its areas of action is education and training.
Over three days in October 2020, in a virtual classroom, EIT RawMaterials programme managers covered the analysis and design phases (first two phases of the SAT process) of training. They also practised the steps from setting up to launching a continuing education project from a project management perspective.
Twelve participants from Finland, England, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Spain, Italy and France followed the course. The practical combination of the Instart-Learning LMS, the BlueJeans videoconference tool (very popular for work in sub-groups) and the Klaxoon meeting tool, as well as the relevance of INSTN’s educational approach led to excellent client satisfaction. The Train-the-Trainers, delivered here in a specific format, is a valuable part of INSTN’s offer.