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About This Project

In Oktober of 2016, 14 motivated Czech trainees made the long trip to Sevilla in order to take part in a two-week long traineeship at a local host company. During their stay, the trainees managed to get a unique insight into the fascinating world of mechanics and technique, more specifically the e-buggy technique. In doing so they were given the chance to put their technical skills into practice whilst equally improving their social and linguistic skills.


Their main tasks included the following:


  • Cutting profiles of the e-buggy according to sketch
  • Carrying out perforation and soldering works
  • Assembling of tyres, median strips and break discs
  • Quality control of the steering and brake system, correction if necessary
  • Fabrication of the illumination parts according to sketch
  • Fabrication of the fiberglass parts of the chassis strengthened with polyester resin
  • Analysis of the solar panel orientation and structure
  • Assembling of the wooden pergola


During their internship, the trainees managed to successfully complete all the tasks and responsibilities that were handed to them, and in doing so greatly improved their professional skills. But besides work, the trainees were also given the opportunity to take part in a number of cultural activities, such as an exciting trip to Gibraltar and a short trip to Metropol Parasol.



Oliver Rainoch:

‘Before I arrived in Spain I didn’t know what to expect, but at the end it was absolutely worth it, I would never have wanted to miss this experience. I made new friends here, I got to know the culture and I learned a lot. Teachers were very helpful. Despite the small language barrier we were able to communicate with each others without any problems. I really enjoyed my stay here and I’ll leave this beautiful country with a lot of good memories.’


Vojtěch Šedivý:

‘I’m very satisfied with this project. During the training course, I learned a lot and the experience has been very useful because I have grown up a lot, both professionally as well as on a personal level. The tutors were very kind and funny. I hope I can travel with Erasmus + again in the future.’



Project Details

Project Title: Elektromobility and Low-energy Building
Project Number: 2016-1-CZ01-KA102-023165
Number of participants: 14
City & country: Tábor (Czech Republic)

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