Public Procurement of Innovation
Boost innovation in European SMEs through fostering knowledge on public procurement of innovation
The aim of HAePPI is to develop a new learning curriculum on public procurement of innovation in line with the needs of habitat and e-Health SMEs, as they are highly related. An innovative and open resource of vocational education and training program, which will offer an adapted curriculum to equip professionals with the specific, basic and transversal skills currently required for the public procurement of innovation. It will comprise a joint curriculum, didactic materials and a training platform in line with the needs of the different target users identified:
Professionals of the health and habitat sector, interested in boosting the opportunities of getting a public contract of innovation, expand their market share, and launch innovative new products.
VET students of industry and health specialities, such as design, Furniture technology processes, e-Health, or electronics, that want to achieve an innovative training for specialize in a topic with highly perspectives.
Likewise, the training course will be launched for the habitat and eHealth sectors but the final beneficiaries of the results will be a great number of SMEs and public institutions around Europe. Thus, any of the 24 million EU SMEs, in accordance of Eurostat, will be benefit of HAePPI project. Consequently, it will have a great final impact on thousands of enterprises and therefore in the European economy.
Research and learning outcomes
A complete analysis on the current best practices on PPI and industry gaps and needs to be covered that will be the base of the learning outcomes of HAePPI training course.
A Joint Curriculum, validated by experts and harmonized to the European Qualification Framework, that defines the structure and methodology of HAePPI training course.
Training content materials structured on different modules and covering all required learning outcomes, with a high content of interactive resources, and an open license.
A learning platform where the training course will be available and a evaluation of all the developed materials with the participation of SMEs from the habitat and e-health sectors and stakeholders.