What are the primary target groups concerned?
1. Students of electronics and telecommunications
at IET PUT, ICT students at EU partner universities and training
organisations (both BSc and MSc levels). Students who work
and study (part-time students) have their educational opportunities
and quality of studies relatively worse than their full-time
colleagues. Internet-based vocational training would be, therefore,
an element of creating equal opportunities for both groups
of students. Because the part-time students are already doing
actively in their professions, further vocational training
at academic level is especially justified and useful for them.
Experiments developed in the project will be included into
regular student courses of all the partner universities. They
will also be included into a continuous education offer of
all the partner institutions.
2. Engineers and technicians from telecommunications industry participating
in vocational courses offered by the project partners over the Internet.
The studies of ICT experiments prepared in the project enable them
to do their profession in a very competent and competitive way.
This complies well with the essence of Leonardo da Vinci programme.
3. Besides, more general target groups may be identified, due to
global and extra-territorial character of the Internet: these are
ICT students and ICT users, especially engineers and technicians,
all over Europe. We would like to emphasise that all the educational
materials will be prepared in English and in national languages
for the needs of local users.