On 23th February 2014, eight well prepared teachers from partner TVET institutes of the Programme Reform of TVET in Viet Nam arrived in Germany for their last round of intensive training courses in advanced Mechatronics.
All participants with one of their German trainers at the Hessian Institute for
Advanced Training in Technology (HLT)
The eight TVET teachers from the Programme partner institutes went through two initial assessment programmes and ten preliminary mechatronic training courses, conducted by GIZ in cooperation with GDVT under the auspice of the Programme Reform of TVET in Viet Nam, in order to gain the required competence level for the on-going advanced mechatronics training in Germany.
The carefully prepared further training programme in Germany, consists of advanced modules, which need to meet industrial requirements for international level competence standards. The training is designed to provide deep insights into German industrial practices and applied high technology standards. The intensive mechatronic courses are being organised at “the Hessian Institute for Advanced Training in Technology (HLT)” and “the Europäische Bildungswerk für Beruf und Gesellschaft (EBG)” from 24 February to 30 April 2014 and cover the following modules:
- Proportional Hydraulics
- BUS Systems and Mechatronic Systems
- Introduction Project Work Mechatronics
- Vocational Pedagogy and Didactics
Participants configuring PROFINET for Mechatronics System with PLC S7-1200, at HLT, Germany
Throughout the foremost very practical training programme German experts will also guide the participating teachers on how to manage their own training delivery and to design and apply related transfer projects at their home institutions.After the completion of this multi-level mechatronic training programme the teachers are highly qualified to multiply their professionalism to more colleagues at their institutes and to conduct an advanced practice-oriented mechatronics training for their trainees. They have learnt to master the modern industrial mechatronics and electro-technics/electronics technologies and will certainly be able to utilize their new training equipment, to be delivered with the assistance of German financial cooperation, to its fullest potential.