ASCENT Counselling Sessions
The vision of the ASCENT Network is to become a sustainable reference for education and training to overcome challenges of the automotive industry in the Latin American Region through collaborating with the industry.
The ASCENT Network aims to become a strategic partner of the automotive industry in order to be able to fulfill market needs by equipping future engineers with the right skills and competences, and supporting their development. All partners and network members will also benefit from increasing international collaboration. An impact on all other target groups such as associations related to the automotive industry and/or universities and students will be reached through the network activities.
EXCHANGE OF KNOWLEDGE
Establish international exchange of knowledge on automotive engineering and sales management
Enhance collaboration between companies and universities in the field of mechanical and automotive engineering
Promote the competence centres that have been established at the partner countries Higher Education Institutions
Foster the creation of a regional board of policy makers, educators and employers to annually evaluate the status, threats and opportunities for the industry
Adapt, develop and offer services in form of workshops (previously called counselling sessions) to companies and other external stakeholders
Develop a joint publication, as well as offer documentation and material to disseminate and communicate findings and news within the network of experts
Enhance the possibility of bringing industry and HEIs closer together. Increase university-business cooperation through the knowledge-transfer platform
BE A CONTACT
FOR THE INDUSTRY
Be a constant contact for the industry, thereby increasing collaboration and facilitating easy and regular communication of needs
The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsi¬ble for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project number: 585796-EPP-1-2017-1-AT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP