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About This Project

A group of Czech students from Vyšší odborná škola a Střední průmyslová škola elektrotechnická Františka Křižíka spent 2 weeks in the city Seville. The trainees did practice in e-buggy development. They learnt about manufacturing and adjusting elements of this type of vehicle. The students were able to learn more about preparing car parts or installation of its illumination system. During their day off, a trip to Gibraltar was organised- They could visit local monkeys and climb the hill of this Natural Park.



During our internships we made different e-buggys. We worked on it divided in different groups. Each group was in charge of preparing a specific part of the vehicle and then we completed it together. Every day I learned something new. I learned how to weld, cut by hand flex and other tools. I learned some new Spanish words from my working field. My coworkers were patient and showed willingness to help us with anything we need it. I loved the fact that they were friendly and funny. They were never angry when we did something wrong or when we destroy something.  There are old machines and sometimes they don’t work as they should. We learned to work together and it taught us mutual cooperation and consideration.

Vít Šobek

During the internship, we built an electric-powered buggy. I personally made the rear wheel covers and the connecting corners of the body together with two classmates. Despite I was inexperienced at the beginning, I think I did pretty good at the end. Our mentors were very helpful and friendly. They always tried to explain and demonstrate everything to us. Despite the small language barrier, we managed everything and they taught us a lot of new things. On the positive side, the workplaces were very spacious so that everyone had enough space to work and concentrate better. Also, there was enough equipment so we did not have to wait for our classmates to finish their work. I really enjoyed the internship in Seville. I enjoyed both the manual work on the internships and learning the basics of Spanish. I also enjoyed exploring a new city and the beautiful sunny weather was amazing.



Project Details

Project Number: 2021-1-CZ01-KA120-VET-000045200
Number of participants: 16
Country: Prague, Czech Republic

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