THE PILOTING ON THE CURRICULUM 'ADVANCED COMPOSITE REPAIR TRAINING' HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT THE LAST NOVEMBER 2016

The training piloting on the Curriculum ‘Advanced Composite Repair Training (EQF- 5)’ has been carried out from 14 to 18 November 2016 in Technical Education Copenhagen TEC, Denmark.

TEC Team designed the training and involved 5 technicians from Scandinavian Airlines System SAS during 5 days for a total of 30 hours.

The piloting aimed at testing the effectiveness of the curriculum before to distribute it widely. For this reason, it provided a full evaluation process to assess teaching methods, content, theoretical lectures, hand-on hours, materials, issues of timing and flow, as well as the general effectiveness of the training.

Such process included a final individual assessment for each unit, a Trainee’s Evaluation of the training, a Trainer Evaluation of Curriculum Materials and a Curriculum Evaluation Feedback from the organization.

Trainee’s feedback will be taken into account to develop and update the training curriculum.







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THE PILOTING ON THE CURRICULUM 'ADVANCED COMPOSITE REPAIR TRAINING' HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT THE LAST NOVEMBER 2016
SECRETARIAT 15 December, 2016
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