PROJECT RESULTS

This section provides the access to the public project deliverables. Results of each stage of ICT-INEX will be available for download, as soon as they are officially released. Please keep checking this page for updated public project results.

Deliverable IO2- Guidelines for the integration of simulator-based training with other PD candidate training methods

Viktor Fleischer, 3s research laboratory, April 2017

This document contains the results of the research activities taken in scope of Intellectual Output 2. It investigates the pathways of becoming a professional driver as well as reveals the current extent of use of simulator-based training, e-learning and innovative ICT-based tools The deliverable also gives an insight at the situation of Project's target groups - NEETs, people 50+ years old and immigrants. Finally, it aims to present the guidelines for the integration of simulator-based training with other methods used for professional driver candidate training in Partner countries and the EU.

Deliverable is available in the following language versions: EN, DE

Deliverable IO1 - Analysis of barriers, needs and preferences of potential users of the project outcome, made in compliance to Design Thinking methodology and including the 3 selected disadvantaged groups

Mateusz Góra, Grupa Cargo, August 2019

This document contains the information how to use Design Thinking methodology in project to increase outcomes. Design Thinking methodology will use an adequate set of tools and techniques, resulting with an implementable outcome. This report provides the summary of all the activities covered in Intellectual Output 1. Document presents the final insights and recommendations for the process, which was used to create Intellectual Outputs 2-6 and the final Intellectual Output 7.

Deliverable is available in the following language versions: EN, PL

Deliverable IO3 - Guidelines for the integration of SBT with other methods of PD candidate training

Pirita Niemi, Teemu Lähde, TTS, October 2019

This document provides a summary of all the activities covered in the document Intellectual Output 3. The output will result in the development of structured guidelines for the integration of simulator-based training (both high-end and low-end) with other methods of PD candidate training. The deliverable is divided into three distinct parts. The first part introduces the theoretical description of VR technology, its vocational implementations and its potential to be implemented in professional driver training. The second part presents the results of all the piloting activities conducted during the project in Poland and Finland. The third part presents the final recommendations for implementing and combining VR-based training with other ICT-based training tools and methods.

Deliverable is available in the following language versions: EN, FI

Deliverable IO4 - Guidelines for the integration of advanced 3D visualization technologies & gamification mechanisms with other professional driver candidate training methods

Kamila Gąsiorek, Arkadiusz Matysiak, Instytut Transportu Samochodowego, August 2019

This document provides the summary of all the activities covered in Intellectual Output 4. The deliverable is divided into three distinct parts. The first part introduces the theoretical description of VR technology, its vocational implementations and the potential for its implementation in professional driver training. The second part presents the results of the piloting activities conducted in Poland and Finland throughout the project. The third part presents the final recommendations for the implementation and combining VR-based training with other ICT-based training tools and methods

Deliverable is available in the following language versions: EN, PL

Deliverable IO5 - Guidelines for development of e-learning trainings (including language support for immigrants) and their integration with other applied methods of teaching candidates for professional drivers

Jacek Skalny, Bernard Kosiński, Grupa Cargo, August 2019

This document contains guidelines for the development of e-learning trainings taking into account availability of the current teaching techniques for the group of candidates for professional drivers. It also sets out the directions of development of teaching methods and takes into consideration development of available technologies which may improve quality of training and the degree of interest of its participant. We include in the report the growing group of immigrants, indicating necessary directions of enriching training offer for this group. We also point out limitations resulting from the wording of the applicable law and the need to amend it in view of the growing training market.

Deliverable is available in the following language versions: EN, PL

Deliverable IO6 - Guidelines for development of effective teaching comfort-driving with use of ICT and the multi-stage training process including mastering

Jacek Skalny, Bernard Kosiński, Grupa Cargo, August 2019

This document contains guidelines for development of trainings intended for candidates for professional drivers taking into account language support of immigrants and integration of these trainings with other teaching methods. It also sets out the directions of development of teaching methods and takes into consideration development of available technologies which may improve quality of training and the degree of interest of its participant. Specified goals are oriented on target groups in an unfavourable situation, such as young unemployed people aged up to 30 and older long-term unemployed people over the age of 50. It also analyses and assesses the process and methodology of teaching with use of comfort-driving in the context of maximisation of knowledge and kill transfer. It also attempts to outline a desired profile of qualifications of an instructor giving trainings from the point of view of a trainee and a company offering trainings. Such a profile takes into account combination of various training tools and techniques. We also point out limitations resulting from the wording of the applicable law in the EU countries and the need to amend it in view of the growing training market at the level of partner countries and at the level of the EU.

Deliverable is available in the following language versions: EN, PL

Deliverable IO7 - Coherent, innovative ICT-based professional driver training model taking into account the needs of 3 selected disadvantaged groups and recommendations for legal changes on national and EU level

Kamila Gąsiorek, Arkadiusz Matysiak, Instytut Transportu Samochodowego, 

Jacek Skalny, Bernard Kosiński, Grupa Cargo, 

Sabine Schwenk, 3s research laboratory, 

Pirita Niemi, Teemu Lähde, TTS, October 2019

In this document we gather, all the  information collected throughout the project about the needs, barriers and experiences of the representatives of its target groups, training programs, the characteristics of using different ICT-based driver training tools together and cooperation models. Based on this set of information as well as pilot outcomes we propose a coherent, ICT-based training model that responds to the real needs and capabilities of potential professional drivers coming from the 3 target groups. Having in mind both their interest and the interest of driver training centres, we also took into account the adaptability of the elements of the model to the trainee perception skills, financial capabilites of a training centre,  the amount of time needed to be spent for the training, language proficiency needed to take advantage of a specific training tool etc.) and transport companies. The model also considers the differences in the approach between the Partner countries, as well as its economic, legal and social background.  This holistic approach allows us to present unique recommendations for the efficient introduction of an driver training combining different novel, ICT-based training tools.  Therefore, this report is also a handbook describing the use of the final model of training candidates for professional drivers in the transport industry using the latest ICT solutions.

Deliverable is available in the following language versions: EN, PL, FI, DE