Tackling the demand for highly skilled engineers in Finland

Wohlmutstrasse 22, 1020 Vienna, Austria 15.5.2019 15:00
Everyone wants engineers with up-to-date technical and commercial skills, co-operational and management skills and paradoxically years of working experience.
The same problem exists all around Europe and especially in maritime sector in South-Western Finland. Join the seminar to hear how the challenge has been tackled!
Or are you already the multi skilled person companies want to hire?

 

15:00-15:05
Opening words
Roman Anlanger, University of Applied Sciences Vienna, Germany

15:05-15:25
Comparison on RADICAL models
Thomas Röhr, ESTA School of Business & Technology, Belfort, France

15:25-15:45
Benefits of Industry-Higher Education cooperation in Germany and Spin-offs for Europe
Ludger Schneider-Störmann, TH Aschaffenburg, University of Applied Sciences, Germany

15:45-16:05
University-Industry cooperation in Austria
Roman Anlanger, University of Applied Sciences Vienna, Germany
16:05-16:30 Break

16:30-16:50
Experiences with traditional and novel approaches in dual engineering studies
Martin Grotjahn, University of Applied Sciences Hannover, Germany

16:50-17:10
Representative from a local company

17:10-17:30
Competences of Engineer
Timo Holopainen, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland

17:30-18:00
Engineering education @TUAS
Rauni Jaskari, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland

18:00-18:15
Questions & closing
Rauni Jaskari & Timo Holopainen

 

Registration in Lyyti  https://www.lyyti.in/engineers

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