Living room with a perfect view

Work-based learning

Opportunities in Welding

Spacious and tasteful room

Younger, more motivated and

innovative workforce

About Project WOW

Skills shortage in the manufacturing sector is a sound problem,

as in 2010 the entire added value and employment resulting from the joining technology in the EU 27 amounted 65,1 billion and employed a total of 1.2 million people.

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65.1b from joining tech.
1.2m employed in joining tech.

Recent news

28 October, 2018

WOW! 3rd Meeting - How does it feel to learn in a manufacturing plant?

On the 2nd and 3rd of October, WOW consortium has gathered in Cambridge (UK), at TWI's facilities to discuss the guideline scheme... read more

28 April, 2018

Second project meeting

New learning route for the European Welding Specialist and the European Welding Practitioner

28 November, 2017

Kick-Off Meeting

We are hosting the first meeting of the #WOWProject - Work-based learning (WBL) Opportunities in Welding - bridging the gap between education and business through a #WBLsystem forthe #manufacturing sector.

22 November, 2017

Kick-Off Meeting at the European Comission

How to ensure systematic cooperation between businesses and #VETschools? The topic was addressed during a #EACEA Kick-Off meeting organised for KA3


Work Based Learning Opportunities in Welding