‘Skills for Jobs’ S4J is supporting VET provider partner institutions to develop together with industry leaders an offer that is in line with industry developments and the labour market demand for specialized professionals.
One of the areas identified by the project to intervene is electric mobility and vehicles (e-cars, e-bikes). E-mobility is changing the automotive industry very fast and the VET system needs to respond to the need of those who own/use electric vehicles.
Invited by Swisscontact/’Skills for Jobs’ S4J, Mr. Dominik Borowski, Foreign Relations Expert from German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), and Mr. Dirk Niemeyer, from the Chamber of Crafts for Frankfurt Region (HWK) visited Albania from June 18 to June 21, 2018. The purpose of the mission is to establish a long-term cooperation for developing an offer for youngsters and professionals on e-vehicles servicing.
A mund të mësojmë mbi makinat elektrike 🚗🍃 në shkollat dhe qendrat profesionale?Ditën e martë, dy ekspertë të makinave…
On Tuesday, 19 June, the experts got closely acquainted with the premises of the industrial school ‘ Pavarësia’ and the of the Public Vocational Training Center in Vlora, which will be the first VET providers to offer e-car servicing courses in Albania.
Cila është e ardhmja e elektromobilitetit 🚗🍃 në Shqipëri? Ditën e mërkurë, ekspertët nga Shoqata Gjermane e Industrisë…
On Wednesday, June 20, Swisscontact hosted a workshop: open dialogue on e-Mobility in Albania to better understand the reality of electromobility in the country, the needs of the industry and the development prospect. Representatives from the German Vehicle Association (VDA), the Chamber of Crafts for Frankfurt Region (HWK), the Albanian Investment Development Agency (AIDA), the German-Albanian Chamber of Commerce (DIHA), the Albanian Automotive Association, Porsche Albania, Tirana Last Mile, GIZ Albania and ‘Skills for Jobs’ S4J participated in the workshop. The discussions focused on the needs of the Albanian e-cars market actors for technical skills and joint initiatives to address the identified needs.