While the labour market is undergoing a major transformation under the influence of new technologies, the industry reaffirms its role as a driving force of the economy. Technical and industrial innovation surrounds us and continuously redesign jobs.
Today, however, the education system struggles with making industrial activities attractive enough to students. The technical and industrial culture is yet to be integrated to general education, which leads to misconceptions and stereotypes about the industry.
This is why the educational and industrial communities are partnering to produce digital resources based on authentic learning and adapted to general, technical and vocational education.
Offering teachers and trainers the opportunity to rely on these resources is likely to make the industrial sector more attractive to students and thus encourage them to willingly turn towards industrial training.