Young Bulgarian students from Shumen built their own e-buggy in Seville | Euromind
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About This Project

In March 2019, euroMind had the pleasure to welcome 16 students from Bulgaria who were trained as e-buggy technicians.

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

During their two-week training, they could develop 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.
As part of their training, the group had a study visit to two companies: one that is in charge of the management of public buses and trams in the city; and other that is dedicated to the manufacturing and maintenance of drones for professional use.

Besides their working experience, the trainees could also benefit from several cultural and linguistic programs designed to prepare them to their internship stay in Seville. They were given the opportunity to strengthen their language skills through an intensive Spanish course held by euroMind team.

They learned much about the historical and cultural features of the city during Seville tour, tapas night, flamenco show, and Guadalquivir river cruise. Also they had enough spare time to explore other beautiful sights and cities such as Malaga, Gibraltar, Cordoba. The students participated in a language and cultural exchange along with Spanish peers from the local school



Ibryam Svetoslavov Iliev

This project was awesome: the cities, trips, people, behaviour of everyone, weather…  just great! This experience is a huge progress for us. We learned a lot not only for the objectives of the project but for life as well.



Valentin Borisov Stanev

I liked it a lot! I learned new things, saw a new culture, met new people, exchanged experience. I also liked the city, the people here and our coordinator. I would be happy if I would have the opportunity to repeat this experience! Thanks!



Project Details

Project title: European training for successful start in the profession
Project number: 2018-1-BG01-KA102-047420
Nº of participants: 16
City & Country: Shumen, Bulgaria

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