On July 20, 2021, Chiang Mai University started the Training of the Trainers Part 1: “Introduction to Industry 4.0”. The lecturers were Dr.Korrakot Yaibuathet Thippayawong and Dr.Apichat Sopadang, from the Industrial Engineering department, faculty of engineering, Chiang Mai University. The detailed schedule was as follows:
1. From 10.00 to 12.00: Intro to Industry 4.0: Background & Environments by Dr.Korrakot Yaibuathet Thippayawong
2. From 13.00 – 15.00 : The implementation challenges of Industry 4.0 by Dr.Apichat Sopadang.
20 colleagues from different partner universities (CMU, KU, UPM, UTM) participated in this training session
KU started ToT part 1 – Session 2 on July 16, 2021, 14:00-17:00
For this session, the module concerned was: “Human Resource Management for Industry 4.0 (1)”. The lecturer was Dr. Panisara Thitatorn, from the Faculty of Business Administration, Kasetsart University. The detailed schedule was as follows:
1. 14:00-14:30, Prof. Dr. Yacine introduced the Shyfte ToT in detail.
2. 14:30-17:00, Dr. Panisara started the first course of Human Resource Management for Industry 4.0.
The Training of Trainers (ToT) took place on 12 July 2021 from 14:00 to 17:00 and focused on the “Principle and Application of BigData Technology” module.
This training was conducted by Mengji Yang, from College of Computer Science, Chengdu University. 12 colleagues from CDU and other partner universities (UPM, UTM, CMU…) were trained during these training sessions.
The first KU Training of Trainers (ToT) sessions took place on 02 an 09 July 2021, and focused on the “Business Intelligence” module.
This training was conducted by Asst.Prof.Dr.Waranpong Boonsiritomachai, from the Faculty of Business Administration
12 colleagues from the KU and other partner universities (UPM, UTM, CDU…) were trained during these training sessions. Professor Yacine Ouzrout, coordinator of the Shyfte project, gave an introduction to present the objectives and challenges of the project.
The first Training of the Trainers (ToT) sessions are organised in the different partner countries between June and August 2021.
Due to the COVID-19 health crisis, these training sessions will take place in a hybrid format (face-to-face for the local trainees and distance learning for the others)
The objective of the project is to train at least 60 trainers and 300 students from the three partners countries (China, Malaysia and Thailand)
Details of the training sessions are shown on the following page: Shyfte Training of the Trainers Calendar
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 health crisis, all the consortium’s working meetings have been held remotely.
We have increased the number of virtual plenary meetings in order to maintain the activity of the project (at least one per month, in addition to the meetings of the different Workpackages)
From 03 to 06 February 2020 in Lyon, France. We have worked on the learning framework, the design of the teaching programs and learning materials (Syllabus) for the four pilots.
From 09 to 12 December 2019 in Benevento, Italy. We have worked on the learning framework and the design of the teaching programs and learning materials for the four pilots.