RADICAL project utilizes the best practices in Europe to develop engineering education model called ENGINE (ENGineering, Innopeda & Education) or in Finnish InTO (Insinööriksi Työssä Oppien). The model brings together the needs of employers, engineering students, universities and the needs of economic region. The ENGINE model answers to the needs of engineering expertise in a more efficient, fast and higher quality way. As a result, companies get skilled, productive and innovative engineers, whose competences meet the needs of working life.
The ENGINE model based education is targeted to start in autumn 2019 in Industrial Management and Engineering education of Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland. Industrial Management and Engineering education focuses on different industrial and trade fields. The focus is on engineers and managers in the fields of sales, procurement, production and process development, R&D and supply chain management.