Project Task #616
Project WP #612: WP3 - Communication, Stakeholder Engagement and Knowledge transfer [Months: 1-30]
T3.4 Knowledge Transfer [Months: 3-30]
|Status:||Closed||Start date:||Nov 01, 2015|
|Priority:||Normal||Due date:||Feb 28, 2018|
|Assignee:||Phil Monbet||% Done:|
|Lead beneficiary:||14 - PMBret||Participants:||1 - CNR, 4 - UOA, 5 - FAO, 9 - TRUST-IT|
Task Leader: PMBret; Participants: CNR, UOA, FAO, Trust-IT;
This task ensures the knowledge transfer of the project exploitable results to key stakeholders. Particular focus is put on the education of the members of the PMBret Innovation cluster, all working closely in the marine or maritime area.
The task foresees the organization of two dedicated local f2f training workshops with the aim of enabling uptake of BlueBRIDGE services and of collecting interest and training requirements of end-users on the project solutions. All actors engaged through the workshops could then potentially apply to become an Interested Party. PMBret ensures the active engagement of at least 5 new Interested Parties during the project lifetime. This activity is documented in task T2.1. Workshop feedback will be analysed in order to establish a generic methodology to be transferred to other European maritime clusters. All the training material developed for the workshops (in French and English) will be used to populate the e-Training area of the BlueBRIDGE web portal enriched by the material developed for the training courses delivered in WP8. Topics include business benefits of the solutions and market perspective and a guide on the available resources explaining how to access them, as well as domain specific models and how to use them. In addition 2 webinars, exploiting specific media channels (e.g. Channels.org), complement the knowledge transfer activity in order to educate a wider audience.
#8 Updated by Phil Monbet almost 4 years ago
- % Done changed from 0 to 10
Work has started with the idenfication and mapping of PMBret's potential cluster member types that could benefit from the VRE functionalities. In that framework service cards have been edited as an internal tool to help PMBret and other partners to better understand specificities of each VREs.
Identification of appropriate internal PMBret events or external events is also ongoing for the organisation of local f2f training workshops with the aim of enabling uptake of BlueBRIDGE services and of collecting interest and training requirements of end-users on the project solutions.