Joint Online Staff Training Activity C6, CECE (Spain) 25-27.01.2021
The 5th training (first of Phase B) for stuff members of the Erasmus + project ‘Knights for Road safety’ was successfully implemented online, from the 25th to the 27th of January, 2021.
The training event was organized by CECE - Confederación Española de Centros de Enseñanza, partner of the Kros project.
Participated in the event the following partners:
- Motor Transport Institute (Poland).
- CECE (Spanish Confederation of Education &Training centers).
- BundesGymnasium und BundesRealGymnasium Schwechat (Austria).
- Trinity College Dublin-The University of Dublin (TCD).
- Omega Technology (Greece).
- EA (Greece).
A number of workshops and presentations on road safety issues took place during the 3-days training. The first day started with an overview on the “Spanish regulations about the Electric Scooter”, presented by the Sant Josep School. Moreover, “best practices in Europe” were also presented. The rest of the day was conducted by CECE, starting with a presentation about “Vial Education in Spain: Secondary School approach and best practices”, followed by the “future of driving: What can we expect from the future of driving? How should vial education adapt to it?”. The day ended with an “Ethical and moral dilemmas debate”.
On the second day of the training, (26th of January), “Stop Motion: Explanation of the activity” was the first presentation, conducted by the Sant Josep School. It followed the “Promoting 21st Century Teaching & Learning Skills in Traffic Safety Education”, by the Irish Partner: Trinity College Dublin. After the lunch break, the Sant Josep School ended the day with 2 presentations: “Evaluating Tools” and “Disfriendly Explanation of project that helps students with dyslexia in vial education”.
At last (27th of January), the training ended with 3 presentations: “Good Practices” and “Radio Interviews” (both by Sant Josep School), and “Evaluation and Final Remarks”. During the entire training, discussions and debates were conducted and it was notable the participation and interested demonstrated by all the Partners involved.
The online training was very successful and participating organizations had the chance to enrich their knowledge on road safety educational issues for young people with the use of advanced technology.