Status quo of e-learning and simulator-based learning within professionald driver training

Moncef Semichi, AFT (FR), February 2014
  
This report contains the results of stakeholder interviews and consultations as well as desk research on the topic of computer- and simulator-based training in selected European countries. The conducted study addressed the situation in France, Germany, the UK, Spain, Finnland, Hungary, Austria and Poland and has been enriched by information from Canada. It analysis the scope, the frequency as well as the acceptance of CBT and SBT application within professional driver qualification in the selected countries and investigates the strength, weaknesses, opportunities and threats associated by different groups of stakeholders with such technology-supported training methods.
  
Furthermore the report contains a summary of emerging practices in Europe related to the integration of technology-supported training methods within professional driver training across Europe.
 
Summaries in the project languages: DE/ ES/ FI/ FR/ HU/ PL

Tanja Bacher, 3s research laboratory (AT), February 2015
  
This report describes and discusses existing research results related to technology-based learning in the context of professional driver training. It especially describes instructional design considerations to be undertaken in order to ensure a high-quality implementation of e-learning and simulator-based learning with a special focus on the facilitation of learning. The paper intentionally does not focus on technical parameters of technology-supported training but only focusses on the learning perspective.
 
Summaries in the project languages: DE/ ES/ FI/ FR/ HU/ PL

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