Industrie 4.0 Learning Platform Project


The Industrie 4.0 Learning Platform Project is sponsored by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in the framework of its Public and Private Partnership programme (develoPPP). GIZ is commissioned by BMZ to jointly implement the project with the German and Chinese partners from private sector. The three-year project, being officially kick-started on the 1st of July 2020, aims at enhancing workers’ employability and adaptability in the increasingly digitalised manufacturing environment by a hybrid online-offline training model.
Through building cooperation with 4 Chinese pilot cities: Foshan, Kunshan, Shenyang and Chengdu, the project aims to radiate its impact to the Southern, Eastern, Northeast and Southwest part of China. In these pilot cities, the project carries out the “Train-the-Trainer on Vocational Education and Training 4.0 (VET4.0)” and the “Train the Manager on Industrie 4.0” trainings. Meanwhile, the project has established an online learning platform for wider access to the larger audiences while enabling flexible learning.
The project concept and experience will be further rolled-out and shared nationwide and in other developing countries globally for broader impact, namely in Southeast Asia and East Africa Community.

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