The online training sessions were a great success, with many trainers and teachers participating from various countries across Europe: Italy, Spain, Sweden, Germany and Belgium. The overall goal of the 2-days session was to explore the long-term VET horizons within training courses regarding virtual and blended mobility application. During this staff training, possible innovative solutions for the future were discussed. Moreover, case studies and courses in which digital tools or VR applications successfully used as training tools at a European level were presented.
The sessions provided a comprehensive overview of the possibilities and benefits of incorporating virtual reality into vocational education and training courses with a specific reference to the automotive sector. Participants were given hands-on training and practical advice on how to use VR applications to improve learning outcomes and create engaging training experiences for students and learners.
The DAMAS project is paving the way for the use of cutting-edge technologies in vocational education and training. The project aims to equip vocational trainers and teachers with the necessary skills and tools to create dynamic and interactive learning environments that captivate and inspire their students. By harnessing the power of VR technology, vocational education and training can become more accessible, immersive, and engaging than ever before.
The future of vocational education and training is exciting, and the DAMAS project is at the forefront of this cutting-edge field. The project is empowering trainers and teachers to develop innovative and effective training solutions that cater to the changing needs of students in the digital age. With the help of virtual reality, vocational education and training is set to become more engaging, effective, and accessible than ever before.
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