Project: Competence needs and courses for professionals in IT and competitive production 2.0
The purpose of the project is to further develop the common marketing platform for courses for professionals https://learning4professionals.se/ to reach professionals in Swedish companies. The project will also continue to contribute to the continued development of the industry's competence development through needs-adapted university courses at the advanced level that are specifically aimed at professionals in the industry.
Project manager Diana Unander Other project members at Linnaeus University Lars Håkansson, Welf Löwe, Ian Dunne and Katarina Ek Participating organizations Linnaeus University, Högskolan Väst, Mälardalens högskola, Örebro University and Swedsoft Financier Vinnova Timetable January 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022 Subject Computer science and media technology (owner) and mechanical engineering (participant) (Department of computer science and media technology and Department of mechanical engineering, Faculty of Technology)
The focus is on continuing to develop the marketing platform www.learning4professionals.se. We will continue to work with development where integration with the SUSA hub is in focus, but also other development like design based on feedback from users. During the project, we will work to ensure that more universities connect to the platform and the marketing of the platform
towards users is strengthened. The third and final part is about the national anchoring of the platform and securing the long-term ownership, there are other national initiatives related to marketing platforms where this is one of the pieces of the puzzle, through an extension of the project we are in sync with these initiatives and a holistic approach can be taken nationally.
The second part of the project is about further developing one of the developed courses that has been much appreciated, improving the administrative process in the meeting with the student when several universities work together. We will also continue the collaboration by offering courses developed at a university together with others to increase accessibility to industry and interested individuals.
Courses developed and offered through the project: