Thanks to the “Campus CAME” project the students of 3 technical schools in Pordenone, Perugia and Naples will be able to continue their education with an interactive video conference system provided by the company.
A contribution to distance learning for the Italian schools closed as a result of the health emergency connected with Coronavirus comes in the shape of Campus CAME. Among the first to benefit from this project are the pupils of the “J.F. Kennedy” Technology School of Pordenone, the Alessandro Volta Technology School of Perugia and the Technical-Industrial School of Naples.
Third- and fourth-year students will be able to follow the lessons held by a team of technical trainers from the company via an interactive video conference system directly in their own homes.
Campus CAME is the training project developed by CAME in 2014 and aimed at all students from Italian technical high schools. The aim is to spread the culture of automation and domotics, training the installers of tomorrow on the many technological innovations being introduced. In the 25 institutes currently enrolled in the project CAME teaches the students about the latest developments in the automation and home automation world, providing educational material and holding a final assessment test for the pupils. The best pupils continue the training course with a placement at one of CAME’s sites and then another one at an installer.