THE PROFILE MODEL OF THE “SENIOR MENTOR”
During the pilot, at least 2 senior workers from each sector will mentor the participants who have already been selected (O3.A4.1) and will have already taken the course in the SAMANTHA Open platform.
With the aim of selecting the mentors, each partner interviewed senior experts/workers of the 2 sectors. In particular, the experts were identified based on the training needs and the lacks (knowledge, skills, competences… ) raised from the studies done in the O1 of the project.
The results of the interviews were used to define the profile model of the “senior mentor” in terms of needed technical and transversal knowledge and skills. With the defined profile model of the “senior mentor” the partners will be able to identify 2 mentors each, for a total amount of 16 mentors.
Do you hae the required skills and competences to be considered as a mentor? Read the report!
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Click on the picture and find out the results of the report “Definition of training paths, modules, units and learning outcomes”, one of the first steps of IO2.
The SAMANTHA Curriculum was prepared bearing in mind the necessary areas of
technical knowledge and transversal skills desired and needed in the Toolmaking industry and Habitat sector for a proper use of AM.
As a result, partners designed and developed the SAMANTHA high-tech- T-shaped Curriculum.