Today’s technicians and students are the next generation of potential fuel cell users and designers, and education now is a critical step towards the widespread acceptance and implementation of hydrogen fuel cell technology in the near future.
Development of training initiatives for technical professionals will be started aiming to secure the required mid- and long-term availability of human resources for hydrogen technologies.
The future initiatives have to be carried out for various educational levels and including industry, SMEs, educational institutions and Authorities. Coordination and cooperation are key factors to fulfil the objective: develop a well-trained work-force which will support the technological development.
Contact with other educational programs like Leonardo will be sought.
SP1-JTI-FCH.2009.5.1 Development of educational programmes
Foundation for Hydrogen in Aragon, Spain
Mr Luis CORREAS
Other participating organisations:
|FAST, Federation of Scientific and Technical Association||Italy|
|San Valero Foundation||Spain|
|JRC - Joint Research Centre, European Commission||Belgium|
|Weiterbildungszentrum Ulm - WBZU||Germany|
|Environment Park SPA||Italy|
|CPI, Centre for Process Innovation||UK|
- Project duration
- 1 Jan 2011 - 31 Dec 2012
- Project locations
- 22197 Huesca, Spain
- Overall budget
- €432 116
- EU contribution
- €373 53786.4% of the overall budget
- Project website