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About This Project

At the end of April 2019, 16 trainees from Czech Republic did their two-week internship in Seville as e-buggy technicians.


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Participants had a group training in a private school that offers wide range of vocational education within the higher level including the following specializations as Programming the Mechanical Manufacturing, Electrotechnical Systems, Electronic Items Development, and Automotive, Mechanics, Electric and Mechanic Installations, Consumer Electronics, and more.

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During their training, they could expand their knowledge and enhance skills in manufacturing and adjusting elements of the vehicle, analyzing the solar panel orientation, carrying out quality control tasks in steering and brake system, fabricating the illumination parts, solar battery charger, solar panel and wiring system, testing the engine controller.

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As part of their training, the group had a study visit to a company that is in charge of the management of public buses and trams in the city. This visit allowed the students for knowledge about how an urban transport company works, and what is required to keeping it running smoothly,

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In addition, the students had a chance to enjoy a Seville tour offered by our company, and see the most attractive places in the city to eat, drink, and relax. They also took the opportunity to explore Gibraltar during a one-day trip.

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We hope that they will make the best use of this professional and cultural experience in their future careers!

PARTICIPANTS’ OPINIONS

jiri

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JIŘÍ OUTRATA

I have never participated in anything similar like this practice. So, when I decided to join, I was very frightened, but now I’m happy I did it. Every moment I learn something new, whether it’s something about Spain or learning to work with interesting tools. I hope I’ll have the opportunity to come back here again.

PARTICIPANTS’ OPINIONS

dfd

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ONDŘEJ HLADÍK

I’m student of eletrotechnical school in Prague and I’m for second time in Spain. Sevilla is probably the nicest city where I have been. I liked the interesting practice we had in the workshop and I learneed new things such as: welding, drilling, cutting, etc. The program included a cool trip to Gibraltar, and fun Spanish lessons were I learned the basic of this new language. The project Erasmus+ is very good!

Location

Seville

Project Details

Project title: Clean energy and new technologies
Project number: 2017-1-CZ01-KA102-034447
Nº of participants: 16
City & Country: Prague, Czech Republic

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All Projects, Car mechanics, Electricians, Electronics, Mechatronic engineering, Welder
Tags
Car mechanics, E-buggy, electrionics