"Integrated training program for EU technicians to implement and manage digital tools in smart manufacturing" or DTAM for short, is an innovative international initiative in which the Ruse Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RTIK) has been actively participating since 2020.
As an organization bringing together business, community and education, RTIK invests significant efforts and funds in the knowledge economy, contributing to the provision of quality opportunities for formal and informal education, exchange of experience and good practices, as well as lifelong learning.
In this regard, RTIK took another step towards this goal, signing a Memorandum of Cooperation with PGEE "Apostol Arnaudov" - Ruse, through which the two organizations strengthened their partnership and joined efforts for the successful implementation of the DTAM initiative. The purpose of the memorandum is to provide an initial framework for cooperation and to facilitate joint work between the parties, in areas of common interest, especially education in the field of digitization and smart manufacturing and related technologies. Similar memoranda were also concluded with Elias Canetti State University of Ruse, as well as Ruse University "Angel Kanchev".
The DTAM project focuses on creating a new curriculum that aims to provide quality training to mid-to-high level technicians in key core technologies for smart manufacturing. The training content is structured in 6 separate modules, namely:
The goal of a DTAM project is not only to provide specialized training, but also to support opportunities for cooperation between educational institutions, teachers, enterprises, workers and students. The educational toolkit also offers:
If you want to get free access to the training toolkit created by the DTAM project, or you are an institution in the field of education with which we share similar missions and wish to cooperate in areas of mutual interest, we invite you to join forces in the name of the development of the quality the education. Contact the project coordinator for Bulgaria, Mr. Airi Memishev, via the following email address: email@example.com or by phone: 082 825 875 to learn more.