e-Guide CWH&S 2017-08-16T09:48:17+00:00

The Innovative e-Guide in Construction Workplace Health and Safety (e-Guide CWH&S) project will tackle identified problems and gaps in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) systems of 6 European countries by developing an interactive multilingual e-learning tool in health and safety signs and signals in construction industry.

The project transfers and adapts training methods, results and outcomes, including training materials using modern teaching methods and tools for effective lifelong learning. This will include e-learning interactive multilingual modules, simulation games and interactive multiple choice test modules.

The project is currently undergoing testing of the e-learning training modules and preparing for our EU launch event in September.

You can access the e-learning platform here. The platform will require you to register but this is quick, easy and free! Once registered you can work at your own speed through each of the modules and print out a certificate of completion once completed.

We would be grateful to hear your thoughts on the e-learning platform and the materials. If you would like to get in touch please email: james@springboard-opps.org. 

The project objectives are:

– To transfer and adapt industry-specific VET training methods and tools;
– To train VET students, trainers/tutors and SME staff in health and safety signs and signals in construction industry;
– To raise awareness of the essential importance of health and safety signs and signals in construction industry and the related sectors

The e-Guide CWH&S project is implemented by a consortium of 7 organizations from Bulgaria, Turkey, Austria, Malta, Northern Ireland (UK) and Spain, each selected on the grounds of their experience in VET and market expertise.

For further information on the project, please visit the project website or email james@springboard-opps.org

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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