Digital training platform for the textile service industry
A European digital training platform for the textile service industry. This is the goal of the three-year project, which is part-financed by the EU via Erasmus +.
By constantly developing and improving authorized professional laundry and textile services, we can work together for a society based on sustainability and circular economy. One way there, which we are proud to walk with our European laundry colleagues, is the E-Washboard project, which is funded and supported by ERASMUS +.
Increased demands on education in the future
The Swedish textile service industry sees diversity as a strength and employees as its main asset. In the future, the demands on education will increase, at the same time as several work steps are excellent as entry-level jobs in the regular labor market. The project will take this into account in the development of e-learning through modules, e-lessons and explanatory videos on a learning platform.
Easily accessible training methods
Between 2018–2021, industry organizations for laundry and textile services from Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Sweden and our European partner organization ETSA collaborate with the HeurekaNet Institute, which specializes in vocational and adult education. The aim is to find innovative and effective activities for social inclusion, open education and easily accessible educational methods adapted to our digital reality.
Module based learning at your own pace
By developing a digital platform, with learning modules and tutorials as well as interactive explanatory videos, employees in the textile service industry will be given new opportunities in the future.
The flexible approach that the training offers strengthens the employees' self-confidence and ability to reflect, promotes new forms of learning and at the same time promotes media and digital skills.
De coworker who take part in the training study at their own pace and can use the mobile phone or the toad for maximum flexibility. The business-centric and media-innovative approach to this project promotes gender equality, integration and social inclusion. The focus of Sustainable competitiveness is in line with the EU Green Deal as well as the European Skills Agenda.
This is how Educate works! E-Learning for the Textile Care Sector
A number of modules are being developed and adapted for an optimal learning experience.
The employees who take part in the training study at their own pace and can use the mobile phone or the toad for maximum flexibility.
Videos that are recorded in real work environments explain and visualize different steps.