EU launches project to address skills gap in automotive industry


Ostrava, Czech Republic – A group of 24 partners from 11 European countries have launched an EU project to address skills gap in the automotive industry dubbed DRIVES – development and research on innovative vocational education skills.

The project is part of the European “blueprint for sectoral cooperation on skills” for the automotive sector, addressing the development schemes for new skills within the industry.

Funded by the EU,  it aims to deliver human capital solutions to the automotive supply chain.

In a 5 March statement, the European Tyre…

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