This is a space dedicated to students, teachers, VETs, workers, companies and stakeholders
in mechatronics and metallurgical sectors throughout Europe as well as to Chambers of Commerce and
Industries and public authorities in the fields of vocational and education.
You can freely share with us your opinion and suggestions regarding the developed training modules for VET
schools and universities in mechatronics and metallurgical sectors, and help us to further improve
Please, have a look at the two documents that you can download below which summarize the developed modules.
You can leave your comments using the room below of this page or/and explore the contents of the developed modules
using the link in the box on the right of this page to access the MeMeVET Platform and leave your
comments filling in the evaluation questionnaire.
Your contribution is important for us to understand the strengths and the weaknesses of the developed
educational program and to understand to what extent the materials proposed align with the needs of
VETs and labor market in mechatronics metallurgical sectors. Your observations constitute a feedback
and will be used as incentives for the improvement of subsequent initiatives.
You can access the MeMeVet educational platform for the mechatronics and metallurgical sectors by clicking the link below. You have the opportunity to access two different curricula: High School or Bachelor. Each curriculum contains the training modules and teaching materials and enables you to acquire new complementary skills that will facilitate mobility and integration on the labor market.
Register to download and recognize each teaching material produced.
In order to download and recognize each teaching material produced, request an account by sending an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please, give your name, email and specify if you are a student or not.
Leave your comments on the training modules filling in the evaluation questionnaire.
Students, teachers, VETs, workers, companies, stakeholders in mechatronics metallurgical sectors as well as to Chambers of Commerce and Industries and public authorities in the fields of vocational and education can leave their comments on the developed modules by filling in the questionnaire below.
The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use
which may be made of the information contained therein.