ECDL Romania has launched the second edition of its 3D printing campaign. The campaign, which aims to give young people the chance to develop 3D printing skills that are in demand in the labour market, is run in cooperation with partners, Dedeman, a major retailer of construction materials and interior design, AOAR, a business association that actively engages in initiatives to support economic growth and better global integration of the Romanian economy, and the Romanian Ministry of Education.
In the second edition of the campaign, ECDL Romania aims to set up 3D printing hubs in 10 schools across the country. These will help students learn about 3D printing by equipping their teachers with the necessary competences.
More information can be found on the website of ECDL Romania.