Digitalisation and Industry 4.0 Driver Licence®
Powered by German Innovation Centre for Industry 4.0
The First Systematic and Practice-oriented Industry 4.0 Workshop
Industry 4.0 has an impact on even your company
“In Germany, lots of discussions about challenges of digitalisation are held without actually approaching them.”
“Industry 4.0 expects a completely new mindset which is not seen yet in many companies.”
The Digitalisation and Industry 4.0 Driver Licence® is the only training concept based on a modularised and holistic framework.
A driver licence is needed to operate complex machines, such as cars, boats and motorbikes. That is the same concept behind the training we offer. Numerous conferences, meetings and workshops about Industry 4.0 are held in Germany at the moment. However, most of these events are very basic and do not talk about translating this concept into reality.
The Digitalisation and Industry 4.0 Driver Licence® is a profound and practical-orientated training course for SMEs, where participants will be systematically led to discover the challenges of digitalisation, and how to overcome them.
Thereby, concrete solutions, technologies and case studies about Industry 4.0 are shown. Within the 3 courses, all the essential facets of Industry 4.0 are considered. The evolutionary process for the realisation of the concept is also discussed with the participants. The Digitalisation and Industry 4.0 Driver Licence® educates and prepares SMEs for the future challenges. Concrete questions and pragmatic solutions are the focus.
The driver licence will be issued out only to participants who successfully pass the written and oral exam. The issuing of the participation certificate after every course takes place only after a written exam.
“The digital transformation of the industry cannot succeed without the SMEs.”
“You won’t be successful if you only look at Industry 4.0 as only a technological challenge.”
All function and hierarchy areas, which need and aim education about challenges and solution for digitalisation of the industry:
manager, executive producer, production workers, shift foreman, logistic manager, logistic workers, project manager, personal department, marketing and distribution, controlling, quality management.