14 Nov
Updated ImprESS project website now available
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The project website for the EU Erasmus+ project ImprESS has recently been updated to highlight the completed and ongoing work and initiatives within the project. The updated website can be found here: http://impress.kpu.edu.rs/

ImprESS - which stands for "Improving Academic and Professional Education Capacity in Serbia in the area of Safety & Security (by means of strategic partnership with the EU)" - includes 11 partners from 6 countries: Serbia, France, Italy, Poland, Germany, and Greece. Steinbeis R-Tech participated in the project as a Transfer Institute of Steinbeis University Berlin (SHB). 

The ImprESS project aims to enhance education capacity in Serbia in the field of academic and professional education, specifically in the area of Safety & Security (S&S). To this end, by means of strategic partnership, the ImprESS project is working to establish a model for improving the educational capacity in the area of ’’sector skill alliance’’ for Safety & Security. Based on this model, a sample educational infrastructure (curriculum, modules, courses, academic and para-academic educational activities) will be established and implemented in Serbia. The infrastructure will be used to improve the current educational capacity of the participating Serbian universities.

The improved capacities. together with those at the supporting EU academic education institutes, will be integrated into a Regional Center for Training & Education in area of Safety & Security (TESS). Within Serbia, the project will have broad impact beyond the educational infrastructure, which will be achieved through a) alignment with EU practices and b) including the most advanced state-of-the-art studies. In terms of impact within the EU, the participating European institutions will benefit and learn from gaining first-hand experience with safety & security education-related issues in a country beyond EU-borders.

The ImprESS project, Contract no. 586410-EPP-1-2017-1-RS-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP, has been funded with support from the European Commission within the ERASMUS + program.

07 Nov
Steinbeis R-Tech hosts visiting delegation from Beijing, China
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On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies (R-Tech) had the pleasure of hosting a visiting delegation from Beijing, China, for a meeting in Stuttgart.

Prior to the meeting, the participants spent the preceding week in Cologne, Germany, participating in course on the topics of resilience and smart cities, which was organized by the Steinbeis R-Tech Transfer Institute as part of Steinbeis University Berlin. Over the course of 10 years, the R-Tech group led by Prof. Dr. Aleksandar Jovanovic has worked with the Beijing Academy of Science and Technology on more than 14 strategic projects; this meeting provided a valuable opportunity to reflect on and discuss past, present, and future opportunities for collaboration.

16 Oct
A. Jovanovic teaching upcoming course on Risk Based Inspection (RBI) in Amsterdam
News Photo Prof. Dr. Aleksandar Jovanović will be leading a MasterClass on RBI from October 22-23, 2019, in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

RBI, as an approach initially developed in and for Oil and Gas Industry has changed a lot in the year 2019. New industrial and international/European standards (such as EN 16991:2018 or new ISO standards, or the less recent API and ASME standards) have been brought into the modern practice. New tools corresponding to these documents and the overall Industry 4.0 trends have been developed, and, last but least; the application area has been broadened to areas such as power and paper industry. Read more about RBI and this upcoming course in the PDF course agenda linked here: RBI 2019 Course Agenda

04 Apr
New Booklets
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New booklets are available.
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12 Jan
ISO 31000 Tour
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The Advanced Risk Technologies Institute of the Steinbeis University Berlin would like to warmly thank every participant of the 2015's ISO 31000 tour. The strong involvement of the attendees and the outstanding evaluation they gave to the courses were recieved as very positive signal to continue the journey in 2016.

To be informed about further certification courses, please click here.

15 Jun
Certification Program for South African Students
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Eskom Skill Development and Localization (SD&L) Program, through its strategic partnerships, help to increase the skill base of previously disadvantage groups in South Africa, primarily by increasing their employment prospects.

In this project the SD&L initiative has opened doors for local suppliers to work with the international supplier, Steinbeis R-Tech (www.risk-technologies.com). Within one of the recent actions (May-June 2015) and as a part of this SD&L program, seven South African students were invited to visit Germany, to attend an intensive 6-weeks-lomg round of courses and to train on-the job in German power plants and advanced laboratories active in the area of energy technology.

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