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TrainESEE working meeting, initially planned in Vienna, was held as a two-day event hosted by the Microsoft Teams platform. The event was envisaged by 2020 Business Plan as a WP3 workshop aimed at creating, structuring and standardizing the initial drafts of the modules’ content.
Day 1 (October 6th) was dedicated to the presentation of the developed drafts, progress made and potential critical issues identified. The presenters were the Task Leaders themselves: Vienna University of Technology, National Technical University of Athens, Aalto University, Montanuniversität Leoben and KGHM Cuprum Ltd. The meeting was attended by the trainers and other project partners.
Day 2 (October 8th) was targeted at identification and elimination of the possible overlapping between the individual modules. The working sessions were held in parallel, ending with a joint discussion on the necessary improvements and adjustments. The Steering Committee held it’s second meeting this year, focusing on the next steps and the quality of the expected outcomes.
Despite of the challenges of the online environment, the meeting was assessed as successful, resulting in a comprehensive understanding on what needs to be done by the end of the year and in 2021. One more milestone reached for the TrainESEE project team!
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