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The energy transition is exerting multifarious effects on the automobile sector and its supplier industry and is requiring companies to make adaptations. The “BeaT” project examines these impacts for employees at companies based in Thuringia and develops appropriate continuing training concepts. This study shows that new learning processes and formats are necessary in order to take account of the requirements of the changing automobile sector. Rapid knowledge networking is particularly crucial for e-mobility suppliers. The use of peer learning approaches has proved successful and is fostering flexible continuing training possibilities.
Hünniger, J., Michaelis, L.; Seitz, S.: Continuing training for transformation in the automotive industry. Peer learning – an approach offering potential for companies in Thuringia. In: BWP 52 (2023) 4, S. 35-39. URL: https://www.bwp-zeitschrift.de/dienst/publikationen/en/19329
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BIBB, B. (Hrsg.) (2023). Continuing training for transformation in the automotive industry: Peer learning – an approach offering potential for companies in Thuringia. Bonn: Franz Steiner Verlag