Interdisciplinary AI training and real-world applications for SMEs
Project Name: INAI4SME – Interdisciplinary AI training and real-world applications for SMEs
Priority: KA220-VET – Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training
Project ID: 2022-1-MT01-KA220-VET-000085060
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Duration: 01/11/2022 to 31/10/2024
Topics: Contributing to innovation in vocational education and training, Adapting vocational education and training to labour market needs, Addressing digital transformation through development of digital readiness, resilience and capacity.
The overall aim of the project is to develop a Framework that provides a mechanism for both professionals and nonprofessionals, to identify digital gaps and other gaps, to help VET institutions and companies improve their ability to use and integrate AI into business life. The project will develop and test e-mentoring supported digital interdisciplinary training programs for SMEs and adapt them to VET, taking into account the advantages of interdisciplinary training and mentoring programs, especially in the field of AI tech.
Maltese Italian Chamber of Commerce – Malta
- Exeo Lab Srl – Italy
- Innomate Ldt. – Turkey
- ECOSISTEMAS VIRTUALES Y MODULARES SL – Spain
- Connectus M.IKE – Greece
- CEPROF – CENTROS ESCOLARES DE ENSINO PROFISSIONAL LDA – Portugal
WP1 Project Management
WP2 AI Framework for SMEs
WP3 AI Training Modules (LMS)
WP4 Open online course platform (OOC)
WP5 Meetings and Events
Connectus throughout the whole cycle life of the project will carry out activities on the needs of the target audience on artificial intelligence. Under WP2 Connectus will be
Work package n°4 – Meetings and Events
the leader of the evaluation. Each partner will implement survey in their respective countries and the assessment as well as the evaluation will be reviewed by Connectus.
INAI4SME will support the technology diffusion, apply research and innovative teaching-learning practices in SMEs, will make vocational training more relevant to the current and future needs of the economy and society, will update and upgrade the VET curriculum for SMEs based on skills intelligence, train staff with the skills needed by the labour market and adapted to the green and digital transitions adhering to changing skills needs and finally will address the differences in access and use of underrepresented groups and promote gender equality, a digital framework will be developed for educators and learners, and an innovative digital educational content will be created.