LCAMP participates in the EU4Dual Conference in Malta

The EU4DUAL 1st Annual Conference “Shaping the future of European Dual Higher Education” took place in Malta between 10- 11 April. The event gathered more than 200 participants coming from 20 countries. LCAMP research experts Liher Errasti Gonzalez and Unai Ziarsolo (Miguel Altuna) and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus-Dieter Rupp (DHBW Heidenheim) attended on behalf of LCAMP partnership.

The EU4Dual Conference, a dynamic gathering of thought leaders, educators, researchers and industry professionals, concluded with a resounding success. Conducive to the exchange of ideas and collaboration, the conference served as a platform to explore the evolving landscape of dual education. The event took place in the context of the EU-Funded project EU4DUAL which aims to prepare students to tackle pressing challenges such as climate change and digitization through transnational Dual Education, fostering a more sustainable and prosperous Europe.

One of the highlights of the event was the session entitled ‘Future of Work: Skills for the Future Workplace’. In this session, LCAMP’s concept of the Collaborative Learning Factory was presented. This is an innovative and a fundamental approach to preparing the workers of tomorrow. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Dieter, together with Unai Ziarsolo and Liher Errasti, presented a research paper describing the morphology (D6.1 part II) of the Collaborative Learning Factory.

Participants welcomed the presentation with great appreciation and expressed their interest in the open accessibility of the materials presented. The session provided a platform for fruitful discussions and paved the way for possible collaborations between the participants.