March 2020: TRAIN4HCWORK launches the pilot course
The English version of the TRAIN4HCWORK online course will be piloted between March and May. We are looking for participants from the following professional groups:
- Engineers responsible for workplaces, process and production design
- Engineers responsible for machinery, working equipment and tools design
- Health and safety managers
- Consultants who provide services related to these issues to industry
- Human resources professionals (recruitment and job assignment of workers)
! SIGN UP FOR THE TRAIN4HCWORK PILOT COURSE FOR FREE !
To apply, all you need to do is (before 15 March):
- Create your profile at IBV CAMPUS VIRTUAL
- Confirm your interest in joining the TRAIN4HCWORK pilot course by emailing Raquel Portilla (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following details:
- First and last name
- Email contact
- Country of residence
- Also please place “TRAIN4HCWORK COURSE – IBV” on the subject of your message
January 2020: TRAIN4HCWORK meeting in Grenoble
On 29 January 2020, the T4W team met in Grenoble for the review and planning of up coming project work. Nicolas Vuillerme and Romain Balaguer from the partner Universite Grenoble Alpes (UGA) were the hosts.
The contents of the course are nearly concluded and a pilot exercise will be launched in March. The pilot course will be in English and it will also include audio and video slots and it will be hosted at IBV educational platform (Campus IBV).
TRAIN4HCWORK is also preparing the first multiplier event, that will be organized by the project partner Technische Universitat Darmstadt, represented in the meeting by Jurij Wakula. Pedro Ferreira from Federation of European Ergonomics Societies (FEES) and Hugo Merelo from Structo engineering complete the attending team to the Grenoble meeting.
September 2019: TRAIN4HCWORK meeting in Darmstad
On 25 September 2019, the T4W team met in Darmstad for the review and planning of up coming project work. New developments will come soon, as we progress towards the development of course contents.
May 2019: First results of the Train4HCWork project
After the first six months of work, consortium has already developed the course structure, the online learning methodology and even a proposal of contents organized in different modules and sessions. These outcomes have been obtained with the participation of people from the target groups to ensure the course will respond to their formative needs.
In order to know the training requirements of professionals around Europe, IBV, IAD and UAG firstly organized five focus groups (with a total of 34 participants) and lastly, together with FEES and Structo, realized an open-source online survey in five different languages (English, Spanish, French, Dutch and Serbian). More than one hundred answers from different countries were achieved.
Finally, FEES carried out the analysis of information obtained on the online survey (including SWOT analysis, priorization of requirements, differences among potential end-users), to obtain the final training requirements for the online course to be developed in the project. With that information, IBV, IAD and UGA established the recognition framework and defined the Curriculum of the course.
January 2019: Online TRAIN4WORK questionnaire
The project TRAIN4WORK launched an online questionnaire on 13 February 2019 to identify training requirements, define learning objectives and course structure of a new learning material.
The questionnaire aims to gather data to support the development of the online training course which targets all those who are involved in the design (or re-development) of work systems but are not ergonomics and human factors specialists.
The questionnaire can be accessed in four different languages
- French: https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/FR_TRAIN4HCWORK
- German: https://de.surveymonkey.com/r/GER_TRAIN4HCWORK
- Spanish: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/ESP_TRAIN4HCWORK
- English: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/ENGL_TRAIN4WORK
- Serbian: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/TRAIN4HCWORK_SERB
The questionnaire will be open until April 30 2019.
The TRAIN4WORK is an initiative of the Federation of European Ergonomics Societies under the umbrella of Erasmus+, to create a freely accessible online ergonomics training material.