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To prospectively promote mobility as the promising professional field it truly is, the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit) kindly invites you to the workshop "Impulses for human potential in the scope of mobility". The event will take place on September 26, 2012 from 10:30 to 15:30 in the Urbansaal of the "Industriellenvereinigung Wien" (Schwarzenbergplatz 4, 1031 Wien).
The bmvit ascribes great importance to the increasing relevance of the mobility sector. Since mobility is a pivotal foundation of innovation and technology it requires highly qualified human resources. Therefore the bmvit initiated the project "Fachkräftesicherung im Mobilitätsbereich" to avoid skilled worker shortages in the scope of mobility.

Target groups are representatives from mobility-relevant companies and research facilities as well as from the education sector. This workshop aims to discuss the following questions:

  • "What do young companies need in the mobility sector to be attractive for professionals?"
  • "What do young people need to know to recognise the mobility sector as being an attractive educational and occupational area?"

We very much look forward to your inputs!

You can register via E-Mail at office@wolf-eberl-seisser.at.

Participation is free of charge.


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