Smart Distribution Grid: a Market Driven Approach for the Next Generation of Advanced Operation Models and Services ​

Resulting from the collaborative culture of social learning, which promotes the sharing of everyone’s knowledge for the benefit of everyone’s skills, the ATHOME project decompartmentalises the sectors : professional training, higher education, associations. Paramedical and social students, teachers and researchers have collaborated with home helpers, job seekers, trainers and trainees to create this training, as close as possible to the reality and the needs of these professions. Thanks to this training, you will be able to validate a pillar of 12 transversal skills, suggested in the AEFA  skills reference framework. This training has been designed within the framework of the European ERASMUS+ program by 7 partners convinced of the importance of the role of home helpers.

Constantino Martins

Project Coordinator



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