Partnerships are one of the key prerequisites for success in the digital world. That is why we work with a network of strong partners who bring their expertise to our training programs. This is what makes state-of-the-art training possible in the first place.
Access to up-to-date, technical and industry-specific knowledge
Diverse possibilities for knowledge transfer (creation of digital content, expert lectures or workshops)
Cross-project linkage of customers and partners for further collaborations
Holistic view on transformation processes (consulting, technological implementation, empowerment of employees)
Pooling of expertise for scalable and holistic approaches
Continually growing ecosystem and cross-industry networking
Fast and flexible reaction in order to serve the specific needs of our customers
Creation of new formats
Reliable and long-term partnerships
Partners of the U4I-Eco-System are freelancers, companies, institutions, associations and manufacturers. They are characterized by factors such as know-how, reliability, flexibility and the ambition to engage in future-oriented learning formats.
The partner project TRIPLEADAPT is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) innovation competition INVITE and the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB). The research project focuses on connecting training platforms in a socio-technical system by means of digital triplet.
You identify with our approach and can imagine partnering with us?
Learning goals vary significantly and it is rather unlikely that the use of a single method of content delivery to offers learners enough involvement, motivation, relevance, and context to allow them to reach the goal.
How do you combine the many different learning formats so that your learners achieve the learning objectives and your company benefits employees with future capabilities?
Almost every day, well-known companies find themselves in the headlines because they have been the victim of a cyberattack. For a long time now, security training and the development of measures have no longer been about the question of whether one will be affected, but when and to what extent. However, this does not mean that manufacturing companies should just sit and wait until the time comes. In this paper, we have listed what companies can do in advance to delay attacks and be as resilient as possible to attacks.
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