The sun is the field of work of the future because it is the energy of the future. According to İŞKUR 2018 data, the occupation of solar energy system technician is one of the occupations that will be most needed in the next 10 years. It has proven to be appropriate for our school's Electrical and Electronic Engineering students to complete internships in the field of SES in the EU. In addition, we offer our students internship and qualification opportunities. Our main goal is to contribute to their merit and employment in this field. With a quality activity that combines school-based learning and effective work-based learning Qualified workforce of individuals and the sector in the internationalization and labor market of our institution to meet their needs, provide professional training in the field of SPP and develop professional knowledge and skills. to see the innovative work in the field of SPP and to transfer best practices, To raise awareness of SPP in our school and partner institutions, Opportunity to expand cooperation with European institutions and implement new projects. In order to increase the knowledge and professional competences of our teachers about SES, Expanding the transnational cooperation network of our school. As a starting point for new projects, Europe Culture and the development of intercultural dialogue towards the goal of the common EU curriculum. Profits are the main goals of our project. Our school teaches in the field of electrical and electronic engineering.
ERASMUS TRAINEES FROM TURKEY IN THE FIELD OF SOLAR ENERGY As part of the Erasmus program of ARDAberatung & Bildungs GmbH, Turkish trainees in electrical engineering spent several days in the form of an internship at METEUM and in the Energy Learning Laboratory in February. The vocational school students informed themselves about the diverse application possibilities of renewable energies and learned new things about photovoltaics and energy storage. The LernLabor Energie in Grünau is a sustainable, energetically renovated boiler house and is completely supplied with renewable energies. This is achieved through the complex interaction of an air-water heat pump, solar thermal energy, a geothermal storage system and effective underfloor heating. The use of sustainable insulating materials such as thermal hemp, thermal jute, clay and loam creates a pleasant indoor climate. All of this is open to the public and to visit to promote understanding of these modern technologies. In addition, the trainees carried out experiments on photovoltaics and got to know our photovoltaic system, the solar panel of which automatically aligns itself with the sun in order to achieve maximum energy yield.