ASCCA employees attend the international training week of the "Work4Ce" project in Belgium

ASCCA employees attend the international training week of the "Work4Ce" project in Belgium

The "Training for Trainers" week has been held in Belgium within the framework of the "Work4CE" international consortium project implemented within the partnership of the Academy of the State Customs Committee and eight other higher education institutions. The event was organized at the Technology Campus (‘Campus de Nayer’) of the Faculty of Engineering Technology of the Catholic University of Leuven (K.U. Leuven), the partner institution of the project, was attended by Babek Abbasov, Head of the Department of Information Technologies and Technical Sciences of ASCCA, Elvin Alirzayev, Head of the Department of Customs and Administration, and international cooperation and project coordinator, "Work4Ce" project manager Elvin Majidov.


The purpose of the event was the presentation of electronic learning resources prepared by the partner higher education institutions in the international consortium within the project, a discussion of current issues in project management, and further project activities.

Within the framework of the project, the Digital Technologies e-learning module consisting of seven subjects and digital teaching materials for each of the subjects included in the module have been developed by ASCCA. the Digital Technologies module involving seven subjects together with their teaching materials was presented to the representatives of the institutions in the international project consortium. Developed resources were highly appreciated by the academic staff of the faculty of Engineering of the KU Leuven Faculty. 


During the 5-day training, project managers, as well as Elvin Majidov, delivered presentations on current issues in project management.


Certificates were presented to the participants on the last day of the training week.


The project was given a start on November 15, 2020, and is planned to continue until November 2024, is financed by the European Union (EU) and implemented in the ‘Capacity building in Higher Education’ category of the EU Erasmus+ program. It aims the creation of nine e-learning modules on digital transformations to train professional personnel with required knowledge and skills required by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (‘Industry 4.0’), especially digital competencies ("Workforce 4.0") in various specialized fields in accordance with the dynamics of the labor market ("Work 4.0") and the creation of a joint virtual Master’s Program based on this, which would be delivered in a hybrid form between partner institutions. Participating in the project ASSCA aims to adapt and improve training in the field of customs in Azerbaijan to the labor market demand of the "Industry 4.0" and "Workforce 4.0" era, especially to the digital transformation of national customs institutions, as well as to support the provision of professional and specialized customs personnel in Azerbaijan's customs service bodies. 


The European Commission's support for the development of the publication that is the product of this project does not constitute an endorsement of the content, which reflects the views of the various authors, and the Commission can not be held responsible for the use of the information provided within the framework of the project.