Padua, April 9, 2024 – The TWIN 4.0 project, a transnational collaboration focused on strengthening the capacities of small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises in the green and digital transition, has reached a significant milestone with its third meeting held at the Fenice Green Energy Park of Fondazione Fenice Onlus in Padua.

Fondazione Fenice Onlus, the hosting partner, welcomed representatives from the “George Emil Palade” University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Scienc, Innogestiona Ambiental, ETE FAROS LTD, and Fondazione Acta. The atmosphere was charged with a mix of enthusiasm and determination, reflecting the fruitful collaboration among the partners. Participants focused on refining the TWIN 4.0 transition training course during the meeting. This included developing tailored guidelines for vocational education and training (VET) providers, and ensuring the educational material was accessible and effective for the target audience.

A focal point on the agenda was the quality management and the implementation of evaluation plans, essential for monitoring progress and ensuring that each project phase was carried out to the highest standards. The discussed dissemination strategies aimed to maximize the project’s impact, focusing on the sustainability and long-term effectiveness of the resources created.

The meeting concluded positively, with a sense of accomplishment for the milestones achieved and with the planning of future tasks and well-defined strategies to push the TWIN 4.0 project towards its future goals. The TWIN 4.0 project continues to be a driver of innovation and readiness for the digital age, promoting sustainable growth and adaptability among small and medium-sized enterprises and educational providers in Europe. With this latest meeting, the project is now preparing to move into the full implementation phase, aiming to leave a lasting imprint on the landscape of vocational training.