“Great things are never done by one person; they’re done by a team of people.”

- Steve Jobs

Like every engineering project needs at first good idea, then qualified and skilled workers. After that a good planning, a lot of work and finally evaluation of outcome.

Our project was like one big engineering task - we had our team and vision to reach and many many ideas how to do it. We had many meetings and events (read here) where we made agreements and discussed future plans.

Project partners stayed the same during the project, although some members of the school team changed. As a final result it was our strength - we met a lot of different people and they all gave something of their skills and knowledge to our project outcome.

In the list below are the ( best 3D printing) schools that participated in this project.

Also main coordinators and team members are mentioned.

Project partners

Pärnumaa Vocational Education Centre (PVEC) is an innovative vocational training centre, situated in Pärnu. PVEC is open to cooperation at every level, and the organisation’s vision is to have a high reputation as a school with an acknowledged learning environment, training professionals who are competitive both at local and international labour markets.

PVEC has 2 departments: Technical department and Hospitality & Management department. Both departments have great variety of curriculas and are engaged with lifelong learning and vocational education based on basic/high school education.

Kayseri Technical&Vocational High School is situated in Kaysery, Turkey. It provides vocational education and training in different technical fields: Motor vehicle Engineering, Aircraft Maintance and Repairing, ICT Engineering, Electrical and Electronical Engineering, Furniture and Interior design Engineering, Metal Engineering department, Machine Engineering.

Project coordinators:

Yılmaz Metin Ünal

Mehmet Şahin

Bülent Özdemir Ahmet Çabaş Tekin Alpaslan

Kayseri Association of Education Culture and Youth, whose acronym is EKGENDER, is founded in the centre of Kayseri. Our association is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that carries out various activities on the field of education. Our members consist mostly of teachers, who have been working at different kinds of schools in Kayseri.

Project coordinators:

Mükremin İncedağ

HakanYiğit İlker Koşar İ Prof. Dr. Cem Sınanoğlu

Asst. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Bahadır Çetınkaya

Vocational Training Center in Jastrzebie-Zdrój, Poland. Our school began education in 2000. specialized workshops. We cooperate with three schools from Jastrzebie-Zdroj and teach their students technical subjects. Our school has five vocation fields: information technology, electronics, mechatronics, mechanic, mining science.

Budapest Complex Vocational Training Center Weiss Manfréd Technikum, Vocational Training School and College - Hungary

The Weiss Manfréd Secondary Vocational School of Budapest Complex Vocational Training Centre is located in the Southern part of Budapest, which is the capital city of Hungary. This institute provides qualifications on two main level of education: the first one includes not only vocational training but matura examination as well that helps the students get higher ranked jobs. The second one provides secondary vocational training in the fields of informatics, mechanics, electronics, car parts manufacturing, milling and the law enforcement.

Project coordinators:

Róbert Kreisz

Kinga Zsófia Goll-Farkas

Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) is one of the largest and the most international university in Estonia, a leader in providing interdisciplinary engineering and economic higher education in Estonia. It is also the main research centre of technical, social and economic sciences in Estonia. Engineers are prepared practically in all engineering fields and industrial economics. TalTech offers diploma, bachelor, master and doctorate programs. Vocational training tasks carried out at the university are essential part of the overall development at every department. E-learning and multimedia course development combined in 34 international programs have increased foreign student and staff exchange by multicultural approach and reaches globally.

Project coordinators:

Tauno Otto

Alar Niidas