The LCAMP project aims to support and empower regional Advanced Manufacturing Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVE) to become more resilient, innovative and better equipped to train, upskill, and reskill young and adult students to successfully face the digital and green transitions.
In the context of LCAMP you will find from the development of skills and competences to their provision; in addition to the design of learning pathways, micro-credentials, active methodological approaches, articulation of services and innovation for SMEs.
The fifth industrial revolution is built upon the technologies of the fourth, with an increased emphasis on a human-centric, sustainable and resilient industrial base, emphasising the digital and green transitions. A key pillar of this economic transformation is the role played by Advanced Manufacturing systems such as Robotics, 3D & 4D printing, artificial intelligence and high-performance computing.
Industry 5.0 requires Vocational Education and Training to develop ‘learning-centric approaches’ that focus on the holistic competences of humans that plan, manage, oversee or operate technologies. By collaborating across borders, LCAMP alliance’s goal is to support and empower regional Advanced Manufacturing Centers of Vocational Excellence to become more resilient, innovative, and better equipped to train, upskill, and reskill young and adult students to successfully face the digital and green transitions. The alliance will help regions grow and be more competitive through their Vocational Education and Training
To do so, the LCAMP project will develop activities in three main strands:
The LCAMP consortium is composed of 20 full partners from 10 countries, of which 9 are educational organisations, 7 are industrial companies and 4 are VET and industrial associations. The consortium is also supported by 60 associated partners.