The aim of the project is to implement the Blueprint objectives for the automotive sector, namely the delivery of human capital solutions to supply chain through the establishment of an Automotive Sector Skills Alliance, covering all levels of the value chain (vehicle production, automotive suppliers and automotive sales and aftermarket services). Through our partners’ networks, DRIVES outcomes will be disseminated EU-wide to more than 300 associations, bringing together more than 270,450 companies of all sizes, representing over 7 million workers.


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Project Numbers

The DRIVES project is a complex venture that through its partners' networks will reach 270,450 companies of all sizes, representing over 7 million workers. You will find below some numbers that demonstrate the scale of the project.

European partners from 11 countries involved

3,9 Million €

Budget dedicated to build new curricula for the next 4 years


Trainees to be certified in the Automotive industry


Job roles to be developed and certified at the European level

Our Partners

This collaboration joins the following 24 partners, from 11 European countries.

Our Results

Below are the main outcomes produced by the project, so far:
Automotive Skills Strategy and Roadmap
To build sustainable ecosystem for continuous cooperation on upskilling and reskilling of workforce in the automotive sector. We are currently looking for feedback from our stakeholders.
DRIVES Job roles
With the help of our stakeholders, we identified the job roles of the future, to face upcoming challenges and drivers of change in the automotive sector.
DRIVES learning platform
We have launched this platform to offer courses developed by the DRIVES partnership. We invite all interested stakeholders to register.
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