Smart welding international meeting: the green and digital way for new talents and competences
CEMIVET Living Lab October 10, 2022
In the framework of Erasmus+ CEMIVET project, REI – Reindustria Innovazione announces and organizes the first Living Lab, an international interactive workshop for the co-creation of innovative solutions, revolving around the application of circular economy principles in welding work processes.
The workshop is free and open to whoever may be interested in the topic, particularly to entrepreneurs active in the metal working sector, operation managers, welding engineers but also to the vocational-educational world, including HR and CSR managers. A minimum level of knowledge for english language is required, since the event will be totally held in english.
The event will be hosted by AQM srl, (Provaglio d’Iseo, Italy), in the beautiful framework of Franciacorta in the heart of Lombardy Region.
AQM is a state-of-the-art service and training center for metal working industries. It is provided with innovative laboratories and equipment and it is a certified supplier for specialization courses in metal processing and for testing, analysis and calibration activity on metal components. During the event, it will be possible visit the all these facilities and in addition, the ward dedicated to the welding school and welders training activity.
Also the event will provide moments of experience sharing through the speech of representatives of the International Institute of Welding and from the perspective of WeldOne – a local welding company active in welding automation and welders training activity - that will help to better understand the state of-the-art in the sector. The participant will be then divided in groups with the aim of exploring, discussing and evaluating innovative ideas about five different themes regarding the welding process.
The participation is free upon registration at this link: limited seats available.
You can find more information in the flyer.
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