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About This Project

In February we hosted in Seville a group of Croatian trainees. It was a group of sixteen students of an electric programme (drones). They spent here two weeks improving their professional and language skills.




The trainees from the electric programmer sector were testing the drone, controlling a drone using different types of movements, building a drone from scratch, completing the drone, using Arduino with JAVA, from eclipse and knowledge of API and creating a joystick to control the drone flight.
Moreover, the group took part in a basic Spanish course to practice a vocabulary useful in their work and practice some basic everyday expressions.
During the evenings and on the weekends, the group had an opportunity to participate in various cultural activities and trips.
A participation in the Tapas Night was a wonderful occasion to try some local snacks and spend a nice time together.
On Saturday the group went on a trip to Cadiz, wonderful Andalusian city. During the day-trip, the group visited the city centre enchants with old buildings and charming squares surrounded by countless cafés and bars. They could enjoy the rest of the day at the charming Caleta Beach and amazing landscapes.




We hope that our trainees had fun and that they learned many things that will be useful for their future work and private life.



Luka Inić:

‘I think it was a great experience where I learned something new about drones that our tutor Jose explained perfectly so everybody could understand. Spanish courses were also helpful!’.



Robert Klanjšček:

‘I really liked the training in my drone group because it was something I could not experience before and learning a new culture in Spain was really fun. Our mentor Jose was really good and he explained everything to us clearly’.


David Kurtović:

‘The training was a very nice experience. We learned new things about drones and our tutor was very nice. Seville is a beautiful city and people are very nice’.



Project Details

Project Title: New tehnology at labour market (NEWTECH @lab)
Project Number: 2017-1-HR01-HA102-035011
Number of participants: 16
City & country: Valpovo (Croatia)

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