ASUE Employees Participated in Coordination Meeting of eDrone Project

15 Dec 2017

ASUE Foreign Relations Division informs  that the first coordination meeting within the  frames  of  “Educational for Drone (eDrone)” № 574090-EPP-1-2016-1-IT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP  project was  held  in Chișinău, Moldova on December 6-9, which was  attended  by Margarit Marukyan, senior specialist of Foreign Relations Division and Lilit Dadayan, Associate Professor of the Chair of Marketing. The  meeting  was  also  attended by consortium member Universities and organizations from Italy, Romania, Moldova, Poland, Armenia and Georgia.

The activities of the two WP on need assessment were summed  up, shortcomings and achievements were discussed during the  meeting.

The majority of the discussions was  focused on the planning of the WP3 related to development of educational modules and trainings. Within frames  of this  WP ASUE  is responsible  for developing the subdivision of marketing module and national economy peculiarities and at present these  activities  are  ongoing.

The leaders  of the WPs touched upon the work done and presented the upcoming actions. Particularly, it is planned to train the teaching staff in Moldova after developing educational modules, the total duration of which will be six weeks. Another  one-month- practical module is scheduled after one month of theoretical course.  After training of the teaching staff teaching of the developed courses will begin. As the deadline for submitting the intermediate report on the project is approaching, issues related to accountability were also discussed at the meeting. Project coordinators presented the reporting formats, the list of required supporting documents and the timetable for  the conducted  activity.

P.S. eDrone is  a three-year-old project which has launched on October 15, 2016. The aim of eDrone proposal is to define a learning environment to deliver more opportunities to access new competences related to the use of drone technologies in professional activities.

More  information on the  project is  available at (eDrone official website)  and (ASUE  official website).



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