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Five schools from different parts of Europe are joining forces to develop a digital learning program aimed at strengthening the generic skills of students pursuing engineering courses. This collaboration aims to improve future technicians' competencies in communication, teamwork, leadership and problem solving. The motivation behind this initiative is to increase the success rate and effectiveness of technical projects, especially those related to the crucial energy transition. By developing these essential generic skills, the schools aim to better prepare students for the challenges associated with sustainable development and innovation in the energy industry. This program is a response to the growing demand for technical professionals who not only possess technical knowledge, but can also communicate and collaborate effectively within multidisciplinary teams.

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