The following projects were recognized with the Education Award:
The hybrid learning concept for automotive mechatronic technicians, VR e-tron, developed by Audi AG in Ingolstadt, is a self-organized and cooperative learning arrangement for automotive mechatronic technicians covering the correct procedures for working with high-voltage vehicles. Practice-based virtual reality technology, workbooks and learning partnerships encourage independent working and a responsible approach to high-voltage vehicles.
The Volkswagen Digitalization Campus at Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles in Hanover integrates needs-oriented learning in daily work processes by means of short learning modules. By simulating vehicle production, vocational trainees acquire basic knowledge they can then apply when working independently on their own projects. They foster knowledge sharing by developing and expanding learning modules themselves.
“i-Learning Leads the Innovation of Employee Learning in SAIC VOLKSWAGEN” is the name of an innovative digital learning platform in China enabling learning communities as well as flexible booking dedicated online training, blended learning programs and live courses. The platform is a holistic system from booking learning formats through to evaluation.
The E-Mobility Training Center with E-Motion Room at the Volkswagen factory in Zwickau is a technological transformation concept for the stable and successful ramp up of the new electric models. Learning elements such as gamification and virtual reality are used to transmit basic skills for working with the new high-voltage modules as well as product and process knowledge.
The Industry 4.0 project at SEAT S.A. in Barcelona has set up an interactive training room where all employees can prepare for the changes brought by Industry 4.0. Training includes elements such as 360° projections and videos about the development of the automotive industry as well as virtual reality training and a survey of participants on their experiences with Industry 4.0.