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Designing Age-appropriate, Process-oriented and Interactive in-company further training in SMEs through the use of AR- technologies (API-KMU)

December 15th, 2020 by Daniela Reimann

The aim of the BMBF-funded research project “API-KMU” is to enable age-appropriate, process-oriented and interactive further training in existing companies and the securing of experiential knowledge with the help of concrete approaches and methods or through a learning and tutor system by the SMEs themselves. As a result, companies will be able to proactively cope with demographic change and digitalisation-induced challenges at various levels. Concrete results of the joint project are

  1. A process-oriented tutoring system, that addresses the learning and competence requirements of older employees, 2
  2. A further education approach with a toolbox for the diagnosis, implementation and management of in-company qualification,
  3. A practical training concept that enables companies to proactively meet the challenges of demographic change and digitalisation. Practical deployment concepts that enable SMEs to identify further training needs, to design company training programmes that are age-appropriate in terms of work and processes, and to secure experiential knowledge,
  4. Modified work processes in the partner SMEs in which workplaces offer more ergonomics for age-appropriate work and are thus also suitable for part-time work.
    Approach: Firstly, processes, technologies, tasks and necessary competences in the application scenarios (1) processing of natural stones, (2) window production are recorded by means of work analysis (BAG analyses), video retrospective interviews and field observations in order to derive criteria for age-appropriate, process-oriented and digitalIe further training. Based on this, work environments and interfaces of human-machine interaction are designed in an age-appropriate way using the criteria of work conducive to learning, as well as the approach to passing on experiential knowledge and the tutor system. At the same time, based on subject- and work process-oriented approaches, a further training approach including a toolbox for the survey, conception, implementation and evaluation of further training will be created. The tutor system, further education approach and methods of the toolbox will then be tested and further developed in a learning factory and a FabLab. Finally, they will be tested in practice in the user companies and the results will be generalised. The results of the joint project enable employees to acquire new skills and qualifications. Older employees benefit from higher employment opportunities through age-appropriate work processes. The project results to be applied, enable SMEs to proactively and resource-efficiently counter skill shortages and demographic change through age-appropriate training as well as through the systematic transfer of experience and knowledge. The result is a transferable toolbox that can be integrated at a low threshold due to its modular structure. This makes it possible to use the results in other sectors, for example also in machine production, the textile industry and food processing.

Project consortium:

Chair of Business Informatics, Processes and Systems at the University LSWI (project coordination and research).
Institute for Vocational Pedagogy and General Pedagogy at IBAP, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT (Research)
rooom AG: Technical enabler rooom AG
IHK-Projektgesellschaft mbh Ostbrandenburg: multiplier IHK project company
Intraform Fenster-Systemtechnik GmbH: Industrial user Intraform GmbH
SPP Service Projekt Potsdam GmbH: Industrial user SPP GmbH

Website: https://www.lswi.de/forschung/forschungsprojekte/api-kmu

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